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  1. No option for me The folder only gives me the option to disable front jack detection
  2. nope, no right or left click functionality
  3. How would you do that? Connector retasking looks like the right route after a couple of googles but it doesn't seem to work for me. I followed this method: https://www.reaper-x.com/2012/02/13/how-to-remap-retasking-realtek-onboard-jacks-ports/ but it doesn't seem to work no matter what combo I try ("02 00 00 00" = Headphones, “03 00 00 00″ = Front speakers 2nd Output or "04 00 00 00" = Front speakers). Realtek HQ still labels them with the same name, not renaming like the article suggests
  4. So, I'm using the on board audio of my ASRock Extreme4 and I have headphones plugged into front out ports on the back panel and I have connected another set of speakers to the rear out. When I open Realtek HD Audio Manager I have set the speaker config to quadraphonic, run the test and audio is output to the headphones and the speakers. When I play music/Youtube/etc though nothing comes out of the speakers. How can I get it to duplicate sound across both headphones and speakers?
  5. Fairly simple layout, need to swap it around a bit when I do some renovations
  6. Not bad but annoying as I am about 20m away from 300Mb/s...
  7. That would be a pretty simple, headless solution if you could use it to get what you needed from the systems, especially if you can then connect it via USB or ethernet to the end device and pull the data. Obviously, as with any headless device it might not work 100% of the time so maybe a tablet with vpn client might work if it has the right connectivity. You could probably put the sim from a usb modem into a tablet. The OpenVPN virtual appliance is fair straight forward to get a basic configuration going and you can have 2 concurrent connections for free, I use it to access my home network while I'm away, but obviously you would have to check the ELA to see if you can use the free part for commercial use.
  8. How much data do you need to send over the link and how do you interface with the HVAC? Could you use a Raspberry Pi with linux and the OpenVPN client loaded on it and a 4G dongle? No problem
  9. Sorry, I misread some of that! My bad. You would have their remote network connected to a server then you would also connect to that server as well? In which case you could have the OpenVPN AS appliance hosted at your office and have them connect into that rather than adding the AWS hop. I know the pains of gov and military work, I wouldn't like to be the one suggesting taking in a cellular device to connect up to anything!
  10. I'm assuming you work in one location and they work in another? Sounds more like you would want the vpn server sat on their network rather than in AWS or to have a site-to-site VPN. Do they have virtual infrastructure that could host the OpenVPN appliance? Or if they have a firewall that has VPN built into it?
  11. Have you had a look at OpenVPN's AWS pre-bundled stuff? It's pretty simple to get a user to use, but I guess it depends on what you mean by using it to access a customers site? https://openvpn.net/index.php/access-server/on-amazon-cloud.html
  12. Considering the cost of a subscription like CBT Nuggets and the depth of information covered in the CCNA course (my old study guide book is over 800 large pages packed full of small text and pictures) I would be surprised if a 9 part $60 course will cover what you would really need vs some free 40+ part series available on Youtube. Happy to be proven wrong but I would be sceptical!
  13. I have a 3750 which I put resistors in and used an external device to measure the temperature in the switch and only turn the fan on when it is needed. It's a fairly constant cycle; roughly 30mins off, 10mins on, but that with the resistor makes it a lot more bearable to be around.
  14. So do you essentially disable turbo mode? In XTU am I looking at setting multipliers across the active cores or at the processor cache ratio level to get it to ~5ghz? And am I setting the "Core Voltage" rather than the "Core Voltage Offset"? Should I go for 4.8 first with no voltage and see what happens or set a speed and voltage at a certain level then dial back?
  15. Thanks for all the advice, I have the XTU tool because I thought that might be the easiest route for a first time. So if I aim for about 4.8-5 on all cores what should I aim for on the turbo? Would a load temp of around 80 be reasonable or is that too high? I'll have a read of some 7700k guides.
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