Thursday, September 10, 2015

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Windows 10 - Changing network profile from public to private

Sometimes you need to make sure that your network profile are defined as “Private”, for instance when you want to connect to the computer with Remote desktop, or other firewall related configurations.

First time you connect to a network you will get a pop up that actually are asking you if you want the network to be used as a “Private” or “Public” network, it just ask in a bit “confusing” way.

(Domain profile” are only available for domain joined computers and will be automatic selected if there is a domain controller on the network).

Workaround for "Unable to establish connectivity with AirServer"

I love using AirServer when I do demonstrations or a creating guides or slides on mobile devices, and in most cases it works nicely on my ...