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Author Topic: Windows 7 firewall blocking ARCP-480 on host  (Read 9379 times)
WD8OQX
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« Reply #15 on: March 22, 2015, 09:34:52 PM »

After a laps time to rest & give things some more thought, I actually DID manage to get it going (LAN), albeit, I still have to turn off the host firewall. I think my host OS is a bit messed up & when I get in the mood, I'll try to "repair install" it. - I reversed the HOST & CLIENT and it worked OK.

Playing with another approach. Not sure which one I'll settle on, or if I'll actually get serious about remote, but for now, it's something to play with.

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« Reply #16 on: March 27, 2015, 09:48:06 AM »

I think my host OS is a bit messed up & when I get in the mood, I'll try to "repair install" it.

Why is it that many think it is normal/okay to reinstall/repair rather than take time to figure out the problem? All my systems here have not been reloaded/repaired since day one except a beta OS build that bricked a tablet once.
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You can embrace new computer/tablet technology and change with it or cling tightly to old XP or even 7 technology and fall further behind everyday....
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« Reply #17 on: March 28, 2015, 12:34:37 PM »

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Why is it that many think it is normal/okay to reinstall/repair rather than take time to figure out the problem? All my systems here have not been reloaded/repaired since day one except a beta OS build that bricked a tablet once.

Because it is the quickest / easiest way to fix missing or corrupt files in M$.
(the main troubleshooting, I already did, - & health issues get in the way of me wanting to spend time on it much)

Not to be snotty, but;
Obviously, you never worked IT, or any other position that required the computer be fixed "as of yesterday".
Also, from the wording of your comment, I have to wonder if you really know what I'm actually referring to.
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