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The account you are logged in as needs to be configured as an admin account, because the DNS settings affect all users on the system, not just the current user. If it is not an admin account, then you will need to authenticate every time you want to change the DNS settings. If you are logged in using admin account and still have the problem, then open ...


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From the "Apple Watch User Guide" Apple Watch uses Bluetooth® wireless technology to connect to its paired iPhone and uses the iPhone for many wireless functions. Apple Watch can’t configure new Wi-Fi networks on its own, but it can connect to Wi-Fi networks you’ve set up on the paired iPhone. If your Apple Watch and iPhone are on the same network but ...


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By "Passport," I am assuming that you are referring to a Western Digital external drive, which you have been using to perform regular backups. I'm guessing that by "backups," you have been using Time Machine. Considering that this is a new issue, it is fair to say that the external drive has been formatted correctly for use with Mac OSX (i.e., Mac OS ...


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“Current Channel” means “Number of Networks Using the Current Channel”. Your current channel is channel 2. Your computer found 1 network that uses channel 2. This is made more clear in the wireless_diagnostics log created by Wireless Diagnostics. There is a section that looks similar to this: # --- Wireless Environment 2.4 GHz Networks : 14 ...


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You can use fail2web, but, as this is only a frontend to fail2ban, is not easier to use than modifying fail2ban's text files.



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