I have Windows 10 pro and I recently bought a new SSD (I just stored away the old HD). I plugged in the new drive and installed windows from USB. I skipped activation during installation. After logging in for the first time, Windows is already activated for Windows 10 pro. What gives? I'm afraid that later on this will create a headache trying to contact support or something. Anyone have any experience like that?
I recently received my CCNA Collaboration. It was quite the endeavor. I'm afraid the CCNP will be twice as frustrating (even though this is the space that I work within). I saw a post recently lamenting about CIPTV2. Can anyone else provide some insight about the other exams? I wonder if it's worth it to just wait for a revision?
CICD took 2 tries and felt very tough. OCG left me woefully under prepared. Anyone have any tips for the CIVND exam? There isn't much out there on it.
With TL picking up S1mple, I just thought about who would be available to fill C9's IGL role. Or is C9 going to use someone currently on their roster for IGL?
I'm running GNS3 and I've got 2 routers connected on a serial link. I can get them to communicate without authentication and with PAP. I'm trying to get 2-way CHAP auth going and I can't seem to get it. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
username DanielRTR2 password 0 cisco
username DanielRTR1 password 0 cisco123
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
I'm looking for a team/group to play some scrims and an occasional league with. Execute a few strats but nothing super serious. Doesn't have to be at any particular skill level. I have a few other hobbies but I usually play CS:GO a few evenings a week and I usually enjoy games with teamwork. I'm a rifler and support. I would categorize myself as a good communicator as well.
These past few weeks have been busy for work but I'm back to the regular schedule. Add me if you want to play!
It's from bboy summit 1999 but I can't find anything to lead me to the name of the track. I linked at the correct time but just in-case, the song starts at 3:40
I was looking at the maps but I feel like getting input from real people would be more helpful. I'm thinking of switching to T-Mobile from Verizon but I am a rock climber and mountain biker so one of the most important things is having the ability to make emergency calls in sometimes very rural areas. I was wondering if anyone has any experiences they can share about the rural coverage.
I'm just a little nervous to make the dollar commitment without more information.
What are the decision-making factors that determine when/how to tech in a macro game vs an aggressive Terran (assuming one has good scouting)? An example would be at a time when you are going to fend off a 10 minute 2/4 medivac push.
I watch streams I sometimes see folks powering off 5-6 gate with charge or blink and double upgrades, then add on tier 3 units once on 3 base. Sometimes I see folks teching to either colossi or high templar, a couple gates and a single forge (adding on second forge/second tier3 when on 3 base). Is the difference just stylistic? Or is there a decision-based reason for teching/not teching? It seems like it's whether you want to have more lower tier units or have splash damage but since I'm only in diamond I don't feel that I have a good enough grasp on the finer details of the game.
It seems that everyone has advice to give when they hear you're getting married. I have been married for about 2 weeks, but I was engaged for a little longer than a year and received more than enough "sage advice". Some of it is painfully specific. Some of it is general. I'm wondering what advice have you received that was totally wrong for you?
I was thinking of hosting a bloomington/normal sc2 tournament. It'd be free to enter and 1st place would win something in the ballpark of 50 dollars (second place, maybe 25?). I'm just looking for a gauge for how many people might be interested. Thoughts?
it would be an online tournament. There would be some rules. But it's just something I think might be cool.