Schlagwort-Archive: howto

[EN] Howto open SAP Security Configuration

Your Problem is, that your PDF! Function does not more working during you accidently clicked on No instead of Yes on the Security Warning?

 

  • You get the Warning from the SAP GUI Security  Dialogproblem1

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • The System is trying to create the File
    • PATH\Appdata\Local\Temp\<randomfilename>.pdf in the directory \local\temp
    • Do you want to grant the permission to modifiy
      the parent directory and all its subdirectories?
  • You may click on Remember my Decision
  • For now, if you Deny – you will have to follow this guide to fix it else you wont be able to use PDF!-Function

 

If you did Allow, then your fine else see below:

In the Menu menu_onlyIs a Button, this button at the end of the toolbar is menu button

If you click on it it will
open up a Menu which we will Choose options

 

menu_option

Navigate to Secury, Security Settungs and
menu_inside

Click on Open Security Settings
menu_inside2

After this, the Security Configuration Window will be open and here you will able to fix your mistake

securiy-configuration

 

 

 

Referenz: SAP GUI for Windows Security Guide

[EN] Howto Reset the forgotten password on windows xp

You seem to have one Problem:

You forgotten the Password of Your Account? or the Administrator?

With the Ultimate-Boot CD you’r able to unlock your Account again.

 

[EN] Howto block an IP-Adress with iptables

You want to block an IP on IPtables? or an IP-Range

 

then its just easier as you think:

 

# sudo nano /usr/local/bin/block-ip

Insert the following Code:

#!/bin/sh
iptables -A INPUT -s $1 -j DROP

# sudo chmod 700 /usr/local/bin/block-ip

And your done.

you can just now use as root
# blockip 194.54.81.164
You’ll block this single IP. I aint tested it with a Subnet yet, like 194.54.81.0/24 – but i think it might work.

Any questions to the comment

[EN] howto use mount to bind directories

You want to bind i.e /home/username/folder1 to /home/username/folder2 and your not want to use hardlink for some reasons?

 

it’s easy:

sudo mount -o bind /home/username/folder1 /home/username/folder2

Please remind, that folder2 needs to exists, else it will fail

[EN] Howto Syncronize Group Policies with gpupdate

You installed a new PC on your Domain Network and now, you have one Problem… you want to force the client to use the Group-Policies you’ve set on your Domain-Controller?!

 

No Problem!

Go a Head and use:

  • On Win xp:
    • Start
      • Run
        • cmd
  • on Win 7
    • Start
      • Search Programs/File
        • cmd
  • OR – The „Short-Cut Way“
    • Windows+R
      • cmd

 

After that you may open up your Dos-Box which you enter then

  •  gpupdate /force

This should look like this:

gpupdate_force

 

Any Questions into the comments…