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Star Wars

October 25, 2006

Watch star wars from your console

Start : Run


Njoy 🙂

Use it to find out somebody’s age?

June 5, 2006

Play this!

  1. Choose any number from 1 to 9. 
  2. Multiply the number by 2.
  3. Add 5 to the number that you get
  4. Multiply this number by 50
  5. If you have not had your birthday yet this year, add 1755 to that result. If you have had your birthday, add 1756 to the result.
  6. Subtract the year you were born from the result. Like, if you were born in 1992, take away 1992.
  7. The first digit of the answer is the number you started with. What is left of the number is your age!

Hare and Tortoise – Reloaded

May 2, 2006

We all know the story of the tortoise winning the race and its moral—slow and steady win the race. But the story doesn't end there.
The disappointed hare realised that he lost the race because he was overconfident, careless and lazy. So he challenged the tortoise to another race. The tortoise agreed. This time, the hare ran without stopping from start to finish. He won by several miles. Moral: Fast and consistent will always beat the slow and steady. It's good to be slow and steady, but it is better to be fast and consistent.
Time for the tortoise to do some thinking. He realised that he could never beat the hare in the race the way it was currently formatted. Then he had a flash. He challenged the hare to another race, but on a different route. They started off. The hare ran at a fast pace without stopping until he came to a river. The finishing line was still a couple of kilometres away on the other side of the river. While the hare sat there wondering what to do, the tortoise arrived, swam across the river and finished the race. Moral: Identify your core competency and then change the playing field to suit it.
The hare and the tortoise had become good friends by now and they did some thinking together. They decided to run the race again, but as a team. This time, the hare carried the tortoise till the river bank. Then, the tortoise took over and swam across with the hare on his back. On the opposite bank, the hare again carried the tortoise and they reached the finishing line together. They both felt a great sense of happiness, camaraderie and success. Moral: Working as a team and harnessing each other's core competencies, you perform above par. 
Note that neither the hare nor the tortoise gave up after failure. Failure is an event, it is never permanent. Further, when instead of a rival, we compete against the situation, we perform better.

Issue related with Road Runner homepage

April 17, 2006

Resolution 1

  1. open ad blocking and click on Configure.
  2. Then click on Advanced, on the left hand side click on Add site. Then type in this url
  3. Once you see the URL listed on the left hand side highlight that, then on the right hand side click on add then select Permit –>then type in .htm , .aspx , .gif , .jpg, .fla, .swf  Click on Ok to exit the open windows. Now when you open the browser.

Resolution 2

  1. Open NIS interface and click on Privacy Control,then click on the CONFIGURE button.
  2. Click on the Advanced button, on the left hand side click on "Add Site", then type in this url
  3. Exit these screens by clicking on OK button

Resolution 3

  1. Open the website (which has the problem)
  2. On the right hand side next to address bar you can see norton in this You have 3 options block cookie, block pop and block ads uncheck these three
  3. Click refresh or F5

Implementing Remote Access and Virtual Private Networks

March 25, 2006

Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) enables remote network clients to establish a remote connection with a RRAS server. After the connection is established, the remote client functions just like a locally connected network client. The user can browse the network, use permitted resources, connect to other servers — anything a locally connected client can do — provided that the RRAS client has appropriate permissions. In recent years, RRAS has grown in importance as increasing numbers of users work from laptops in different locations.

Enabling remote access
The Setup program installs RRAS by default on Windows 2000 servers when you perform an initial installation. However, Setup does not enable RRAS. In order to set up and implement RRAS, you have to enable it by using the Routing and Remote Access Server Setup wizard.

1. Click Start –> Programs –> Administrative Tools –> Routing and Remote Access.

2. In the console, select your server and then choose Action –> Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access.

3. Click Next on the wizard’s welcome screen.

4. In the wizard’s Common Configurations dialog box, select the type of remote access server you want to install and then click Next.

5. Verify the required protocols in the list provided.
Typically, you need TCP/IP, but you may need others depending on your network clients. Click Next.

6. In the IP Address Assignment dialog box, specify how you want IP addresses assigned to remote clients — either automatically or from a specified range — and then click Next.

If you choose to have IP addresses assigned automatically, remote clients get an IP address through DHCP. If you want to have the addresses assigned from a specified range, enter an IP address range to assign to remote clients.

7. Indicate whether you want to enable RADIUS and then click Next.

Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) provides a central authentication database for multiple remote access servers and collects accounting information about remote connections. You can set up this remote access server to use an existing RADIUS server if you so choose.

8. Click Finish.

Windows 2000 starts the Routing and Remote Access Service.After you enable RRAS, you can further configure the server by accessing its Properties dialog box. In the Routing and Remote Access console, select your server and then choose Action –> Properties.

Configuring the General tab
The General tab in the server’s Properties dialog box gives you two options. First, you can choose to enable your server as a router. If you select this option, you can choose to allow only local LAN routing, or you can choose to allow LAN and demand-dial routing. Next, you can choose to enable your server as a remote access server. These options simply enable you to use your server as both a routing server and a remote access server, or either one, as desired.

Configuring the Security tab
On the Security tab in the server’s Properties dialog box, you can select the security and accounting provider. You can select either Windows authentication and accounting or RADIUS authentication and accounting. If you choose to implement RADIUS, click Configure to connect to a RADIUS server.

For Windows authentication, click Authentication Methods and then select the type of Windows authentication you want to use for remote access. You have the following options, and you need to know them for the exam:

Extensible authentication protocol (EAP): Allows the use of third-party authentication software and is also used for smart-card logon.
MS-CHAP V2: Generates encryption keys during RRAS authentication negotiation.
MS-CHAP: An earlier version of CHAP that provides secure logon.
Shiva Password Authentication Protocol (SPAP): Used by Shiva clients connecting to a Windows 2000 RRAS Server. SPAP is more secure than clear text, but less secure than CHAP.
Unencrypted password (PAP): No encryption required.
Unauthenticated access: No authentication used.

Configuring the IP tab

On the IP tab in the server’s Properties dialog box, you can enable IP routing and allow IP-based remote access and demand-dial connections. You can choose to implement DHCP IP leases for remote clients or you can enter a static IP address pool. These are the same options you configure with the RRAS Setup wizard, but you can use this tab to make changes as necessary.
Configuring the PPP tab

The PPP tab in the server’s Properties dialog box gives you three main check boxes for Point to Point Protocol features you can enable.
Configuring the Event Logging tab

The Event Logging tab in the server’s Properties dialog box provides an effective way to monitor your remote access server through the use of log files.
The Event Logging tab has several radio buttons so you can choose to log the kind of information desired, such as errors, warnings, and PPP logging. If you are experiencing problems with your remote access server, these different logging options can help you pinpoint the problem.

AOL Connectivity Problems after running Liveupdate

March 16, 2006

AOL  Dial-up  customers are not able to connect to the internet after running liveupdate. This is caused by Intrusion Detection/ Intrusion Prevention Signature which is incorrectly detecting connection as potential threat. This will effect

NAV 2005 and 2006 NIS 2004 to 2006

Manually Disable IDS signature within NIS or IWP signature within NAV Offending signature “Veritas Netbackup Shared Library BO” An updated is soon expected that should take care of this issue

Happy Holi :)

March 14, 2006


Five principles of Success

March 13, 2006

1) Know your outcome

So many people go through thier lives just getting whatever they get. just taking whatever comes to them and the fact is that if you want to be master of your destiny, if you want to become builder of your dream the first thing you got to do is know what they are. no matter whats goin on you can always stop and say, “Hey, wait a second. whats my outcome? what is it i want out of this situation.”.  most people when they are stuck in a problem are just stuck in the problem and they can`t see anything else but  you empower yourself the moment you ask yourself the question,” hey, whats my outcome. what do i want here”. what that does is redirect your focus and remember in life we tend to get what we focus on.

so one of the first thing you can do to empower yourself is ask yourself whats your outcome. if there is some area in you life if thats not working for you either your career , relationship, finances, health. ask yourself the question right now. whats my outcome in this area.

2) Take action

There is absoulte no subsitution for taking action. you got to go out there and take action in terms of producing results in your life. It reminds me of a comic that i read one time there was a guy sitting on a couch and his wife walks up to him and she said  that i thought you were thinking of painting the fence and he said yeah i will get to it right after i am done thinking of moving the lawn ;). So the fact is you can think about the stuff all day long. There is so many people out there meditation on this or concentrating on that. I firmly believe in all those technique but there is absolutely no substitute for action in terms of producing results in your life.

3) Have sensory acuity

Have sensory accuity to know whether or not you being effective. To notice whether or not your producing results from your action. so you have to fine tune your awareness to pay attention to that because if your not being effective what you gonna do. you gonna change your behaviour which is the fouth principle for success

4) Have behavioural flexibility

You need to have  sufficient behaviour flexible to product the result that you want. you know your outcome, your are taking action but you notice that the action doesnt produce the desire  outcome. then if you have infinite behaviour flexiblity you can continue  changing your behaviour untill you eventually get to the results that you want. so you got to have that behaviour flexibility.

5) Operate from a physiology & psychology of excellence

what do i mean by that. I want you to try something with me just for a second. I want you to slump over on your chair and slump your shoulder over and frown your face and notice if you can thing of something sad and get into depress state. ok, its pretty easy to do isnt it. Now i want to change your physiology completely i want you to sit up nice and tall, breath from  top of the your lung, put your shoulder back, put a big silly grin on your face and bring smile on your face and look straight up on the air, & bring your eyes all the way up and now try to be depress. go ahead and do it try to be depress give it a shot try hard you cant do it. why not? we have a certain physiology thats linked up to certain emotinal state in our body. so if you wanna produce the most in terms of result you need to hold your body in a way thats goin to produce the results. you want to have physiology thats appropriate to the context in which you are operating. you physiology needs to match that you are doing. thats what i meant by physiology of excellence

Have a wiser perspective

March 12, 2006

It’s your life

Once a man with a serious illness was wheeled into a hospital room where another patient was resting on a bed next to the window. As the two became friends, the one next to the window would look out and then delight his bedridden companion with vivid descriptions of the world outside: the beauty of the trees in the nearby park, where leaves danced in the wind; the things people were doing as they walked by. However, with time, the bedridden man grew frustrated at his inability to observe the wonders his friend described. Eventually, he grew to dislike him and then to hate him intensely.

One night, during a particularly bad coughing fit, the patient next to the window stopped breathing. Rather than pressing the button for help, the other man chose to do nothing. The next morning the asthmatic patient was pronounced dead and wheeled out of the room. The other man quickly asked for the bed next to the window, a request easily complied with. But as he looked out the window, his entire being shook — the window faced a stark brick wall. His former roommate had conjured up the incredible sights that he described as a loving gesture to make his friend feel a little bit better. He had acted out of selfless love.

This story never fails to create a shift in my own perspective. To live happier, more fulfilling lives when we encounter a difficult circumstance, we must keep shifting our perspective and continually ask ourselves, “Is there a wiser, more enlightened way of looking at this seemingly negative situation?” Physicist Stephen Hawking has said that we live on a minor planet of a very average star located within the outer limit of one of a billion galaxies. How’s that for a shift in perspective? Given this information, are your troubles really that big? Are the problems you have experienced or the challenges you might currently be facing really as serious as you have made them out to be?

We walk this planet for such a short time. In the overall scheme of things our lives are mere blips on the canvas of eternity. So have the wisdom to enjoy the journey and savour the process.