poneil

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  1. Are you using AxCrypt or Xecrets? http://www.axantum.com/Xecrets/Default.aspx Looking at the site it looks like AxCrypt is for file encryption and the Xecrets is mainly for password storage. Any good?
  2. Dude... your in NY. what do you expect?
  3. Lot's of spammers here... you need to lock this thread MG
  4. Ok so your using Windows 7 Explorer to access stuff on the NAS unit AKA - Diskstation? That's the issue? Also.... 64Gigs of RAM!!! Are you kidding me? HOw much did that cost ya?
  5. Hey, I always say USE what works! MrGroove - You should do a How-To on best Free AV programs and how-to use them!
  6. Has it cleaned your box of a virus yet or are you pretty clean in general (from an AV standpoint).
  7. I'm all about EASE OF USE these days. I used to have a garage full of servers for stuff like this. I like your idea of just a simple NAS device. Today I'm using a USB drive hanging off my PC but I think your solution is much more elegant!
  8. You should read the Terms of Service before using xobni. Here's the areas i thought were interesting. Now keep in mind I'm not an attorney so you need to make you own decisions.
  9. So how is it? Worth the spend? They've been working on it for 10 years so it better be good! We used to have "Starcraft" parties at my house where everyone would bring over their computers... Ahhh, those were the days.
  10. Wayyyyy to busy these days. I'm still happy with my old Total War collection!
  11. poneil

    Empire Total War

    I've played it through without any issues. What OS you running on? Looking at Google there is a lot of issues with Empire Total war on Windows 7. So what do you think of the game overall? So far my favorite is still Rome Total War. I think I like that era. I do like the ship fighting with the latest ETW however there's just something about the swords and arrows vs. gunpowder that I like with the Midevil era's.
  12. Does it give you any error messages? Post a screenshot.
  13. Yes that is for sure what is causing your problem. You see, the IP address on the outside is the IP of your ISP modem. So if you try to goto that IP address from the internet you will not hit your webserver because again, that is your MODEM. What you need to do is enable port forwarding on that modem to forward it to your internal webserver that you are trying to create. If your ISP does not let you edit that Modem/Router and setup port forwarding then your pretty much dead in the water. You can still however setup your system internally and access it using your other computers in your house. Not sure what it is your trying to do however but this probably is not what your looking to do. And the result? Did you edit your HOSTS file like MrGroove asked and were you able to access your web server at least from the inside?