I would like more technical details regarding my R1C1. For example, what is the difference between command mode and close-up mode? Technical details, please.
Also, what is the difference insetting the two units to the same group or different groups if they are both 1:1?
Why doesn't my D2x record that flash is being used?
I could go on and on - I really would like a complete description of operation.
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Re: more info re R1C1
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Run CMD.EXE as administrator
Type following commands and hit ENTER key after each command.
· DISKPART starts the DiskPart program
· LIST DISK shows numeral assigned to disks
note the numeral assigned to your usb stick
The numeral 2 will be used in this example
· SELECT DISK 2
· DETAIL DISK the info shown will confirm the correctness of your selection
· CLEAN ALL the entire usb stick will be overwritten with zeros
· CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY create a primary partition on the USB stick
· FORMAT FS=NTFS format the partition
· ACTIVE the partition can contain operating system startup files
· ASSIGN the next available letter is assigned to the USB stick
· EXIT exit from the DISKPART program
· EXIT exit from the command shell
Are you talking about... ADMINISTRATOR'S PASSWORD, WORK GROUP PASSWORD to Server Database Login??? If you are talking about WINDOWS LOGIN at boot... try F5 or F8 to choose... DOS PROMPT(command prompt; safe mode command prompt is Ok as well) Use the "CD" command to "change directory"... to change to the C:\WINDOWS directory---i.e...C:\Users\USER> cd C:\WINDOWS Then use the command line... C:\WINDOWS dir /p/w Now.... LOOK CLOSELY-- for "any files" with the extention of---- .pwd (this is the extention for "password files") Simply......(example command line)---- del C:\WINDOWS\*.pwd Type the word.... "exit" after first available Command Line to EXIT DOS... use CTRL-ALT-DEL to REBOOT
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You only need a PC and a serial terminal. First of all you need to know the PIX software version you run. After that you must go to Cisco web page and get from there the utility for the password recovery corresponding to your version of software.
After that you must connect to the PIX console port. Press ESC key after the PIX is booting and a special prompt it will appear (monitor>). Issue the "interface" command to specify which interface to be active. Inside interface it will be the default one. Then use the command "address" to go with the IP address of the above interface. After that, you will need also an TFTP server where you must upload the software utility specified in the beginning of the solution (the one downloaded fron Cisco). After the "address" command, issue an "server" command to put the IP address of the TFTP server. Than, use the command "file example.bin", where the example.bin is the file downloaded from Cisco. Maybe you will need also to specify the gateway of your network. This you can accomplish by using the "gateway" command. Finally, use the "tftp" command to start the download. The default Telnet password after this process is "cisco."Go into configuration mode and issue the
to change your Telnet password.
The most likely problem is that you (or somebody) has R1C1 reference style turned on.
In the TOOLS menu, choose OPTIONS and switch to the GENERAL tab. Look for the checkbox labeled R1C1 reference style. If it is checked, this will cause your symptoms.
Just uncheck the box and click OK.
I'm not sure what happens to existing formulas. If you (or somebody) has written formulas that rely on the R1C1 style, I don't know if they automatically get updated to the regular style or not, but that should be easy to discover.