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Samsung AHT-E300 ADSL Router User Manual

This guide describes the
installation and basic configuration of the AHT-E300 ADSL Router. Automatic IP Configuration with DHCP Server/Client functions Internet phone, Internet Game, Netmeeting and Internet Messenger support Interoperable with ANSI T1.413 Issue 2, G.DMT and G.LITE specification Compatible with major DSLAM in the world including DSLAM of BEZEQ 8 PVCs (simultaneous and encapsulation independent) VPI/VCI range 0-255, 0-65536 Encapsulation hunting of up to 8 pre-defined VPI/VCI & encapsulation sets AAL5 UBR & CBR OAM F4/F5
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Self Service Reset Password Management GPO Distribution Guide

Self Service Reset Password Management (from here on the abbreviation ‘SSRPM’ will be used) is an application which allows users to reset their own (Active Directory) passwords. SSRPM is divided into three main software components, knowingly: The SSRPM Admin Console The SSRPM Service (with the SSRPM Database) The SSRPM User Client Software (the SSRPM Enrollment Wizard, the SSRPM Reset Wizard and the SSRPM GINA or SSRPM Credential Provider (when running Windows Vista))
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BMW Key / PCF 7930/31/35 programmer user manual

This program is designed for programming BMW key transponders and the compatible Philips PCF 7930/31/35 transponders.
1. System requirements
- Platform type:
PC with an RS232 COM port;
- Processor:
500 MHz at least;
- Display:
800×600 pxl at least (1024×768 prefered);
- Operating system Windows 98, 98SE, 98ME, 2000, XP;
- Space on hard drive 10MB;
2. Starting up
- Install the software
- Connect the programmer to the COM port and power it up
- Start the software
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Motorola WR850 Wireless Broadband Routers User Guide

The WR850 includes both an 802.11b/g wireless access point and a 4-port Ethernet router. So it is both wireless and wired, providing the foundation for a truly customized network full of options. Using the WR850, you can share files, pictures, peripherals, printers and more with everyone else on the network. By connecting a broadband modem (cable, DSL or other), you can also share a single high speed Internet connection.
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Ubuntu Tips & Tricks

When you install a dual-boot of Ubuntu, one of the frustrating things that you’ll immediately notice is that Ubuntu is now set as the default operating system in the Grub loader. There’s an easy way to switch back to using Windows as the default.
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Introduction to MySQL

Basic MySQL administration tools
Usually only the root user has permission to create new databases and new users for the MySQL server. The MySQL user is independent of any other username. This means that an individual may use more than one MySQL username. To enter the MySQL interface as root: unixprompt> mysql -u root -p
Enter password: mysql>
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The Market Price of Credit Risk

The Market Price of Credit Risk1 The Ma rk et Price of Credit Risk Ka y Giesecke Cornell University giesecke@orie.cornell.edu www.orie.cornell.edu/ s giesecke Lisa R. Goldberg lrg@barra.com The Market Price of Credit Risk 2 We live in a dangerous world † Issuers of default able securities share a common dependence on the economic environment † Aggregate credit risk cannot be diversified away † Undiversified able o r systematic risk commands a p remium { Risk-averse investors must b e compensated for assuming systematic credit risk † The credit premium is empirically w ell-documented, and theoretically complex { Why is it important to understand it?
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Motorola SBG900 Setup Guide

1 Connect the Power cord to the modem and a wall outlet or surge protector
2 Connect the Cable line from the Cable jack (or splitter) to the back of the modem.
3 Wait until the first four lights of modem are solid,
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Top Tips for Your Home Computer’s Security

1. Use Limited Windows User Accounts – this limits users from installing unsafe or unwanted programs and making changes to some system settings. Add a password to your administrative accounts. Add a limited User – Click Start> Select Control Panel> Open Users Accounts> Click “Create an new account”> Enter a name for the user> Click Next> Select “Limited”> Finish the wizard Add a Password to Administrative Accounts – Click Start> Select Control Panel> Open Users Accounts> Select a Computer Administrator user> Click “Create a Password”> Enter a password> Click the “Create Password” button
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Ten Tips for Protecting Your Computer

1. Use protection software “anti-virus software” and keep it up to date.
Make sure you have anti-virus software on your computer! Anti-virus software is designed to protect you and your computer against known viruses so you don’t have to worry. But with new viruses emerging daily, anti-virus programs need regular updates, like annual flu shots, to recognize these new viruses. Be sure to update your anti-virus software regularly! The more often you keep it updated, say once a week, the better. Check with the web site of your anti-virus software company to see some sample descriptions of viruses and to get regular updates for your software. Stop viruses in their tracks!
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