How to Setup a Remote Access Server

Windows server routing and remote access, you can create a virtual private network (VPN)create on your corporate network. Remote Access Services to forward internal VPN traffic to the Internet and forward services to internal traffic to the correct server or client computer. The Remote Access Service is a part of the Windows 2003 server software, but it is not enabled or configured after you install the operating system. To set up your remote access, offers a Windows utility to configure the service.


1. Click on the Windows 2003 "Start" button and choose "Manage." Click "Routing and Remote Access" to open your console. Click your server in the left pane of the console, and select "Configure and Enable Routing and Remote Access." This is a configuration assistant.

2. Click "Continue" on the window that opens. Select "Custom Configuration" and click "Next." Select the check box labeled "NAT-access" and "NAT and basic firewall." Click "Next."

3. Click "Finish" on the final screen. A pop-up dialog box appears in which you are asked if you want to activate the service immediately. Click "Yes" to start the service.

4. Mouse button on the "IP Routing" on the left side and select "New Interface." This creates a new IP routing interface for the VPN network. A new wizard window opens. Select "Local Network" from the list of options and click "OK".

5. Click on "NAT" under the new interface, and choose "Properties". Click IP Security "and select" Properties ". Enter "" for the network address, and click "OK". This IP address is the internal routing server address that sets the local server as the internal IP router determines.

6. Click the name of your server on the left side of the console, and select "Properties". Click "Static address pool" and then enter the IP address range that should route users. This is the local network IP address range. Click on "OK". Click "OK" to return to the main properties window to save the settings and close the configuration window.

How to fix a computer with a runtime error

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Run-time errors are caused by various software and hardware problems in your computer.A common error occurs when you use Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) and the website you are currently viewing invites a lot of information. IE running script debugging and freezes the loading process. Other run-time errors occur when you have conflicts or virus program or your computer hardware will not run out of memory. This article contains the workaround prevents IE runtime error transpires, as well as to fix the basic steps for common run-time errors such as software conflicts and hardware problems. You should purchase a reliable antivirus software for the elimination of run-time errors due to viruses.

Things you need

MS Internet Explorer
Administrator access

Fixing a computer with runtime error

1. Open Internet Explorer, click the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options." Select the "Advanced" tab.

2. Make sure that the following options are shown: "Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)" and "" Disable script debugging (Other). Click the check box to select the options if they are not labeled.

3. Check if this option is unchecked: "Disabling a notification about every script error." Click the check box to remove the option flag when it is highlighted.

4. Click "OK" and close Internet Explorer. Reopen it to implement the changes.

For other applications

5. Close the run-time error message and the program or application that displayed the message. If the problem is not closed, press Ctrl + Alt + Delete to open the "Task Manager" window, select the application and click "End Task".

6. Reopen the problem application and check for updates or patches. If the run-time error occurs again, try to uninstall and re-install the program and then download all the updates before you use it.

7. Consult a computer hardware technician if your run-time errors are memory related. You may need to update your computer if it is too slow to keep up with your software, or you need to reformat your computer when viruses have affected your PC into a point of no return.

8. Check if you installed your application add-ons or plug-ins and find out if the runtime error occurred, before or after the installation. If the runtime error came after you installed the plug-ins, try to remove it, restart your computer, and then use your application again to see if the runtime error again.

How to fix a PC that does not start

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Periodically can not start a Windows computer. Althoughmany reasons for this failure exists, limits you to the options through several chronological measures. For example, the problem may be as simple as a separate power cable. The problem may require a complete reinstall of Windows if you ultimately not able to boot the machine with "Safe Mode" function are. Which solution practically have your operating system CD and follow these steps.


Restore System

Turn on the computer to check whether the operating system starts the computer desktop.

Check the computer check cable connections, check that the machine receives power. Confirm that the power cable is connected securely to the computer and the electrical outlet. Turn off the computer.

Restart your computer, and choose "Safe Mode". To restart in Safe Mode for Windows 7, hold down the "F8" key after turning on the computer and the computer before Windows starts. A newly installed program have damaged perform the computer restarts or the computer contracted a virus. If the computer starts successfully, simply go to "Start" in the search box below the Start menu "System Restore" run "System Restore". Click "Restore System" icon that appears and complete the process by following the instructions. Run an antivirus program, check for viruses or spyware.

Reinstall Windows.

Put the computer operating system CD if the computer will not boot after an attempt to restore and start in "Safe Mode". Restart the computer by inserting the Windows CD.

Press any key and follow the instructions until you reach the "Install Windows" the page.

Choose your language, "Settings" and click "Next". Accept the terms and conditions, click on "Next" and select "Custom" as the installation type.

Choose asked "Drive Options", where you want to install Windows. Click "Drive options" and select the computer drive where Windows is installed. Will you choose the "C" drive probably when to install Windows on another drive.

Click "Next" and follow the directions. Give up a name for the computer and user accounts. Use the same names and accounts, as in the previous installation. Windows will automatically load your desktop once the installation is complete.