• Ronnie Wong

    @daniel-fiore,

    Can you tell us which show, and in some shows he used more than one!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @waqkas-ahmed said in Clone/Migrate HD:

    emmc

    I would try to see if this one may work for you... It's a free trial and if it does...you may want to consider purchasing it: https://www.macrium.com/reflectfree

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @nida-khan,

    For the CCNA path on equipment, you'll want to consider
    a couple of layer 2 switches like a cisco 2950
    a layer 3 switch like a 3560
    ideally 3 routers (but you could make do with 2)

    This will allow you to configure a triangle topology between routers ( 3 routers or 2 routers and layer 3 switch) for the routing protocols.

    The switches can be attach as broadcast domain off of each router. You'll also be able to configure for STP and PVSTP+ and make routers as nodes to test for your port security features.

    Because you have physical equipment available to you, you can also practice IOS resilence and password recovery.

    routers should be running IOS 15.x and later with crypto (k9) features
    the switches not as important in terms of the 15x but should have k9 or at least the 3560 should support the crypto

    This may add up to a considerable monetary, space, electric bill investment. You may want to look at cisco kits available on ebay. If you the latest and best equipment without having to buy, you can also consider rack rentals in which you'll access them in the cloud.

    Don't forget that with your ITProTV subscription you have access to the cisco labs through practice-labs.com too. Having said this, you don't have to do everything I listed, you could just buy a router and switch and configurations that require more you could use practice-labs.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @thomas-pondant,

    This could be one if not a combination of issues: For the LCD display to work, we need to check the graphics card, driver, proper screen working and cable connecting screen to system board.

    You would need to systematically isolate the issue, if you've got the proper driver, it won't be the issue.

    Plug an external monitor in to see if the same green line appears. If it does, then it's not just the LCD screen. If it only appears on the LCD, then it's either the screen or the cable that connects it to the board. You can try applying a steady pressure to the line it see if green disappears, the monitor may not be the issue.

    You may have to check to see if the cable between screen and systemboard is kinked, damaged or loosened. This requires you to possibly take apart the laptop.

    This is just my opinion, other's may have more insight in this than I do, I hope they chime in!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @dj-white,

    I have to apologize for missing this post. At the point when you posted this, yes our app was not very polished. We have since reworked the entire iOS and appOS app and we're very proud of it. Please check it out in the appStore.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @ankit-sharda,

    I missed the ball completely and let this one slip by.

    I believe that once it's promoted, there is no local SAM on the DC since I believe at least Windows Server 2008 if not earlier than that. If you can press F8 during the boot process this will allow you access ADRestore mode. This will restart the server but not load the AD to the point where it will be accessible.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @david-pan-rios,

    Sorry this post slipped by me. We have an updated app now for both iOS and tvOS, you should be able to get them from the apple store.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @michael-mckenney,

    With the fortinet suggestion, I recommend you submit that to the show request list on the course library page. This will make sure that it gets on our official tracked request list!

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @ayodeji-oyekunle-0,

    I believe the answer is exactly what you've mentioned STP is disabled. . Remember that without STP, bridging loop form. If you're adding a port which cannot be configured to work with STP then this port will remain open and BPDUs can come in from this port, when they are not supposed to.

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  • Ronnie Wong

    @michael-mckenney,

    Thanks for helping us to make a better show!

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