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Deploying RD Connection Broker High Availability on Windows Server 2012 R2
 
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Hi Friends, Welcome to my YouTube Channel. Deploying RD Connection Broker High Availability on Windows Server 2012 Please subscribe me for more videos On My channel you will find all Step By step guides and How to guide. Thanks Vikas Singh [email protected] installing rds server 2012 rds server rds server 2012 rds server 2012 r2 rds server 2012 r2 best practices rds server 2012 r2 licensing rds server 2012 r2 step by step rds server 2012 step by step rds server 2016 rds server 2016 setup rds server 2016 step by step rds server configuration rds server explained rds server install mode rds server session timeout rds sql server rds windows server 2008 r2 rds windows server 2012 rds windows server 2012 r2 rds windows server 2016 server 2012 rds setup rds server 2016 rds server 2016 setup rds server 2016 step by step windows server 2016 rds remote desktop services deployment install remote desktop services 2008 r2 remote desktop services (rds) in windows server 2012 remote desktop services 2008 remote desktop services 2008 r2 remote desktop services 2012 remote desktop services 2012 r2 remote desktop services 2012 r2 configuration remote desktop services 2012 r2 publish application remote desktop services 2012 r2 step by step remote desktop services 2012r2 remote desktop services 2016 remote desktop services 2016 setup remote desktop services 2016 step by step remote desktop services cal 2012 remote desktop services certificate remote desktop services certificate expired remote desktop services certificate install remote desktop services certificate requirements remote desktop services client access licenses remote desktop services client access licenses 2012 remote desktop services cluster remote desktop services collections remote desktop services crack remote desktop services dependencies remote desktop services deployment remote desktop services deployment certificates remote desktop services download windows 7 remote desktop services encryption level remote desktop services error 126 remote desktop services explained remote desktop services home folder remote desktop services host configuration 2012 remote desktop services in windows 2012 remote desktop services in windows server 2012 remote desktop services in windows server 2012 r2 remote desktop services in windows server 2016 remote desktop services installation remote desktop services installation 2008 r2 remote desktop services installation 2016 remote desktop services issues remote desktop services license remote desktop services license server remote desktop services license server 2012 remote desktop services licensing 2012 r2 remote desktop services licensing guide remote desktop services licensing reset remote desktop services limit memory per user remote desktop services load balancing 2012 remote desktop services manager remote desktop services manager 2012 remote desktop services manager 2012 r2 remote desktop services manager download windows 10 remote desktop services manager remote control remote desktop services manager server 2012 r2 remote desktop services manager server 2016 remote desktop services manager windows 8.1 remote desktop services manager windows server 2012 remote desktop services manager windows server 2016 remote desktop services not showing in services remote desktop services not starting remote desktop services not working remote desktop services on server 2012 r2 remote desktop services on server 2016 remote desktop services on windows azure remote desktop services on windows server 2012 remote desktop services overview remote desktop services patches remote desktop services profile remote desktop services profile ad remote desktop services profile not working remote desktop services profile path remote desktop services profile path attribute remote desktop services profile tab remote desktop services publish application remote desktop services quickbooks remote desktop services remoteapp remote desktop services role 2012 remote desktop services server 2008 r2 remote desktop services server 2012 remote desktop services server 2012 r2 remote desktop services server 2016 remote desktop services session remote desktop services setup remote desktop services step by step remote desktop services stopped working remote desktop services training remote desktop services training course remote desktop services tutorial remote desktop services user profile remote desktop services user profile path remote desktop services video remote desktop services virtualization host remote desktop services vs vdi remote desktop services web access remote desktop services windows 2008 r2 remote desktop services windows 2012 remote desktop services windows 2016 remote desktop services windows server 2008rds server 2016 remote desktop services windows server 2012 remote desktop services windows server 2016
Views: 7657 Vikas Singh
RDP - Allow Multiple Remote Desktop Sessions- server 2012 part- 6
 
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Views: 36590 Chandramani Sahu
21 - Windows Server 2016 - RDS Remote Desktop Services Installation and Configuration Step By Step
 
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Hello friends Today I am going to show you 21 - Windows Server 2016 - RDS Remote Desktop Services Installation and Configuration Step By Step Thank You Vikas Singh [email protected] [email protected] installing rds server 2012 rds server rds server 2012 rds server 2012 r2 rds server 2012 r2 best practices rds server 2012 r2 licensing rds server 2012 r2 step by step rds server 2012 step by step rds server 2016 rds server 2016 setup rds server 2016 step by step rds server configuration rds server explained rds server install mode rds server session timeout rds sql server rds windows server 2008 r2 rds windows server 2012 rds windows server 2012 r2 rds windows server 2016 server 2012 rds setup rds server 2016 rds server 2016 setup rds server 2016 step by step windows server 2016 rds remote desktop services deployment install remote desktop services 2008 r2 remote desktop services (rds) in windows server 2012 remote desktop services 2008 remote desktop services 2008 r2 remote desktop services 2012 remote desktop services 2012 r2 remote desktop services 2012 r2 configuration remote desktop services 2012 r2 publish application remote desktop services 2012 r2 step by step remote desktop services 2012r2 remote desktop services 2016 remote desktop services 2016 setup remote desktop services 2016 step by step remote desktop services cal 2012 remote desktop services certificate remote desktop services certificate expired remote desktop services certificate install remote desktop services certificate requirements remote desktop services client access licenses remote desktop services client access licenses 2012 remote desktop services cluster remote desktop services collections remote desktop services crack remote desktop services dependencies remote desktop services deployment remote desktop services deployment certificates remote desktop services download windows 7 remote desktop services encryption level remote desktop services error 126 remote desktop services explained remote desktop services home folder remote desktop services host configuration 2012 remote desktop services in windows 2012 remote desktop services in windows server 2012 remote desktop services in windows server 2012 r2 remote desktop services in windows server 2016 remote desktop services installation remote desktop services installation 2008 r2 remote desktop services installation 2016 remote desktop services issues remote desktop services license remote desktop services license server remote desktop services license server 2012 remote desktop services licensing 2012 r2 remote desktop services licensing guide remote desktop services licensing reset remote desktop services limit memory per user remote desktop services load balancing 2012 remote desktop services manager remote desktop services manager 2012 remote desktop services manager 2012 r2 remote desktop services manager download windows 10 remote desktop services manager remote control remote desktop services manager server 2012 r2 remote desktop services manager server 2016 remote desktop services manager windows 8.1 remote desktop services manager windows server 2012 remote desktop services manager windows server 2016 remote desktop services not showing in services remote desktop services not starting remote desktop services not working remote desktop services on server 2012 r2 remote desktop services on server 2016 remote desktop services on windows azure remote desktop services on windows server 2012 remote desktop services overview remote desktop services patches remote desktop services profile remote desktop services profile ad remote desktop services profile not working remote desktop services profile path remote desktop services profile path attribute remote desktop services profile tab remote desktop services publish application remote desktop services quickbooks remote desktop services remoteapp remote desktop services role 2012 remote desktop services server 2008 r2 remote desktop services server 2012 remote desktop services server 2012 r2 remote desktop services server 2016 remote desktop services session remote desktop services setup remote desktop services step by step remote desktop services stopped working remote desktop services training remote desktop services training course remote desktop services tutorial remote desktop services user profile remote desktop services user profile path remote desktop services video remote desktop services virtualization host remote desktop services vs vdi remote desktop services web access remote desktop services windows 2008 r2 remote desktop services windows 2012 remote desktop services windows 2016 remote desktop services windows server 2008rds server 2016 remote desktop services windows server 2012 remote desktop services windows server 2016
Views: 42455 Vikas Singh
Remote Desktop broker clustering
 
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Provide Virtual Desktop Interface (VDi) by using Remote Desktop Connection Broker with High Availability cluster
Windows 10 : How to Start or Stop Network Connected Broker Service
 
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This video show How to Start or Stop Network Connected Broker Service in Windows 10 Pro. I use Dell Inspiron 14 3000 Series in this tutorial
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How to setup your own secure IoT cloud server
 
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$1 a month IoT service manages 10,000 edge nodes. This DIY video is for the following tutorial: https://makoserver.net/articles/Setting-up-a-Low-Cost-SMQ-IoT-Broker Most IoT cloud server solutions, whether they provide ready-to-use hosted services or not, are based on a standard Virtual Private Server (VPS). Most developers probably think of Amazon or Microsoft Azure's services when considering the server side of their IoT solution. These high-end services are great if you need to scale up to millions of connected devices. However, for most small-scale operations and DIY projects, a low-cost VPS is more than adequate. Low Cost (Edge Node) Device: We recommend checking out the ESP8266 if you are looking for a low cost device you can use for connecting to your cloud server. The ESP8266 is a low cost WiFi SoC built around a Tensilica Xtensa LX3 processor and clocked at 80MHz. We provide two client device SMQ stacks for the ESP8266, one for the Arduino environment, and one for FreeRTOS/lwIP. The Arduino version connects to the server using a non secure connection and the FreeRTOS/lwIP version connects to the server using a secure (SSL/TLS) connection. Free ESP8266 IDE: https://realtimelogic.com/downloads/sharkssl/ESP8266/ Arduino version: https://dzone.com/articles/setting-up-your-own-arduino-iot-cloud-server https://youtu.be/aolQxPTmpiY FreeRTOS/lwIP version: https://youtu.be/dr7S-4kVPCg We also recommend reading the DZone article: Cheaper Alternatives to IoT Cloud Services https://dzone.com/articles/cheaper-alternatives-to-iot-cloud-services In this video we are using one VPS as the online server, however, technically a cloud server is a cluster -- i.e. cloud servers utilize multiple servers connected together. We use the SMQ IoT protocol in this video and SMQ includes clustering as an option. SMQ can be used with traditional cloud server providers such as Amazon (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. SMQ can also be used with a cluster setup based on round robin DNS, a setup that is low cost and avoids the single point of failure in the load balancer found in traditional cloud services. See the SMQ cluster example page for details: https://realtimelogic.com/IoT-LED-Cluster.html Cluster documentation: https://realtimelogic.com/ba/doc/?url=SMQ-Cluster.html Another great article is the Arduino IoT Christmas Light Controller DIY Project. What can be more fun than assembling your own IoT Christmas Light Controller and at the same time learn about IoT and security? We are talking about a ready to use IoT project designed for educational purposes. The DIY project teaches you all aspects of IoT, including using a basic Arduino relay board, flashing the ready to use Arduino firmware in the relay board, setting up your own online IoT server, and configuring the solution. Introduction: http://www.embedded-computing.com/iot/control-your-christmas-lights-with-an-arduino-relay-board-and-a-mobile-phone Tutorial: https://makoserver.net/apps/LightController/ Video: https://youtu.be/-vnCABwB1lQ
Views: 70461 Real Time Logic
playing with MQTT by Android 1/2 ==publish messages==
 
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Thank you very much for the following web sites!! Paho MQTT Android Service: https://eclipse.org/paho/clients/android/ MQTT Client Library Enyclopedia – Paho Android Service http://www.hivemq.com/blog/mqtt-client-library-enyclopedia-paho-android-service MQTT as a Service SANGO https://sango.shiguredo.jp/
Views: 27756 Toeshiro Novisu
Fix The connection between your access point,router,or cable modem and the Internet is broken
 
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Fix The connection between your access point,router,or cable modem and the Internet is broken-the connection between your access point router or cable modem and the internet is broken-your broadband modem is experiencing connectivity issues. I get the following error message/notification while try to troubleshooting my network connection in my new windows 10 pc: Problems found The connection between your access point,router,or cable modem and the Internet is broken. Detected Your broadband modem is experiencing connectivity issues Restart your broadband modem: 1.Unplug or turn off the modem. 2.After all the lights on the modem are off,wait at least 10 seconds. 3.Turn the modem on or plug it back into the power outlet. This error solution is common for windows 7,windows 8,windows 8.1,windows 10 also. 🎥 👍 💞✔✅LIKE &💖.✔✅SHARE 🐠 💞✔ COMMENTS💞✔ 💯 Solution: 1.Right click on windows icon and goto "Command prompt(admin). 2.Then type following commands simultaneously. 3."netsh winsock reset" 4.ipconfig/release 5.ipconfig/renew 6.Finally once restart your pc the problem is solved.
Views: 125724 Theta Box
Install & Configure RD Gateway Server! [Windows Server 2008 R2]
 
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Remote Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway) is a role service that enables authorized remote users to connect to resources on an internal corporate or private network, from any Internet-connected device that can run the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client. Support the video by giving it a "LIKE", it will help me out. Follow Me at Twitter: http://twitter.com/bjtechnews Tech Site: http://bjtechnews.org Twitch.tv: http://www.twitch.tv/bjtechnews Instagram: http://instagram.com/bjtechnews# Google+: https://plus.google.com/+BJTechNewsOrg/posts Facebook: http://facebook.com/bjtechnews Futuristic Reveal by MagicMusicStudio [Envato Market]
Views: 26942 BTNHD
The latest updates to Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Services
 
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From advances in graphics performance that improve the experience of GPU intensive apps. To how you can overcome the 9am log-on storm with new enhancements to the connection broker for up 10,000 concurrent log-ons. And keep watching as we show you how you can optimize your deployment for the Cloud with Azure.
Views: 43789 Microsoft Mechanics
Apache Kafka + MQTT IoT Integration (via Kafka Connect / Confluent Proxy)
 
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Processing Internet of Things (IoT) Data from End to End with MQTT and Apache Kafka. Live demos for my two projects on Github from Kafka Summit in San Francisco 2018 using Kafka Connect respectively Confluent MQTT Proxy: Apache Kafka + Kafka Connect + MQTT Connector + Sensor Data: https://github.com/kaiwaehner/kafka-connect-iot-mqtt-connector-example Deep Learning UDF for KSQL for Streaming Anomaly Detection of MQTT IoT Sensor Data: https://github.com/kaiwaehner/ksql-udf-deep-learning-mqtt-iot This session discusses end-to-end use cases such as connected cars, smart home or healthcare sensors, where you integrate Internet of Things (IoT) devices with enterprise IT using open source technologies and standards. MQTT is a lightweight messaging protocol for IoT. However, MQTT is not built for high scalability, longer storage or easy integration to legacy systems. Apache Kafka is a highly scalable distributed streaming platform, which ingests, stores, processes and forwards high volumes of data from thousands of IoT devices. Abstract from my corresponding session at Kafka Summit: This session discusses the Apache Kafka open source ecosystem as a streaming platform to process IoT data. See a live demo of how MQTT brokers like Mosquitto or RabbitMQ integrate with Kafka, and how you can even integrate MQTT clients to Kafka without MQTT Broker. Learn how to analyze the IoT data either natively on Kafka with Kafka Streams/KSQL or on an external big data cluster like Spark, Flink or Elasticsearch leveraging Kafka Connect.
Views: 3295 Kai Wähner
Wyse Thin OS device management with Wyse Management Suite
 
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Steps to configure a Dell Wyse ThisOS thin client for automatic configuration using the Wyse Management Suite Standard.
Views: 33064 Bruce Pless
How to fix error "please check your network connection" phones tablets
 
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How to fix error "please check your network connection" phones tablets, if retry fails check wifi and 4g data is set to on mode, next try reset phone or tablet but if that fails change date and time, also try reset router / modem.
Views: 469223 Tampatec
How to BLOCK People from Using Your WiFi / Internet ? [Find & Block] [Works 100%]
 
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This tutorial shows the way in which anyone can legally block other people from using their WiFi or internet connection through MAC address filtration setting in their router. Thus helping you in increasing your bandwidth and speed of your internet connection. ► Wireless Network Watcher: Download : http://maaztech.co/block-internet-users/ ► DEFAULT GATEWAY IP ADDRESS : http://maaztech.co/open-router-settings/ ► DEFAULT USERNAME AND PASSWORD : http://www.routerpasswords.com/ This Video is divided into two parts : i) Identification : Identify any unwanted users connected to network. ii) Block : Block unwanted people from our network. How to recover in case of connectivity issues? Things you can do : 1) Connect to WiFi from different computer and unblock your blocked device. 2) Power switch ON/OFF router with 10 seconds duration span. If all above is not a solution to your problem, try this : Reset your router. Go here for tutorial : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHg6VASuOqI Remember: After you reset your router, router username and password will change to default. ▼ Support me on! ▼ Facebook ▻ https://www.facebook.com/maaztechyoutube Google+ ▻ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+MaazTech Instagram ▻ https://www.instagram.com/masroorbaig/ Hey guys! What's up? This is Masroor here from Maaz Tech, today I am gonna show you as to show to block people from using your WiFi connection. Now before we begin, we need to get cleared of two things, first thing is you need to know the username and password of router and secondly you need to have this software called Wireless Network Watcher, i have given the download link below you can click on, download it, no need to install, its just download and play. Before we begin we need to establish if there are any people using our internet, to identify that! we are going to use this wireless network watcher software and identify if there are any people, whom we wanna get rid of, all right! If you are 100% sure tat you wanna get rid of this particular guy who is using your internet, you can click on the button and skip to the blocking part of my video. So lets open, the wireless network watcher. So what this software does is, it shows the users connected to your network. Basically, that's what it does and the people and the users mentioned over here are connected to my network and that's me over here . It says your computer and this is my router and there are two other people who are connected to my internet. Suppose if this guy happens to be an outsider who have some sort of hacked in to my internet and I need to get rid of him, so I am gonna use his MAC address to do that. MAC address is the instrument to block people. So this MAC address is basically the address of his network adapter, which is like an IP address, basically, that's what t means. So lets get ahead, and block this particular guy. Go to your browser, and type 192.168.1.1, lets press enter. All right, now we are presented with this dialogue box which asks for your username and password of your router, so mine is admin and password is also is password. *laugh* real simple. You can check your username and password in the link below. Provided you haven't changed it before you can find your default username and password in the link below. So, lets press login, now I am presented with this router setting. For different routers there are different router settings, in my case, in order to block people I need to go to interface setup, wireless, and this is where I need to go. Wireless MAC address filter. Now, this what you need to find, you can find this function in most of the routers, it may not be applicable to some routers, but in most of hem you can always find them. Now, what this does means is it blocks or allows MAC address of devices. For instance, it is deactivated, first we activate it and then there are two other functions. Now if I say allow, it will allow the MAC addresses below to connect to this network and block the rest of the other devices. Now if I say deny, it will deny these MAC addresses of devices and allow other user to connect to this network. In my case, I need to block this particular guy. So ill go for deny association, so let me just remove all this. All right, now I need to block this guy, this particular guy, so what ill do is right-click on it, go to HTML report selected items and now you may wanna put that on the left side and copy this MAC address. Copy and paste. All right, so that's the MAC address of this particular guy, I wanna get rid of him right ? So I say deny association, so what this will do is, deny this particular guy from connecting to my internet connection.
Views: 442201 MaazTech
How to install and configure Remote Desktop Services (RDS) on Windows Server 2012
 
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Remote Desktop Services (formerly known as Terminal Services) allow a server to host multiple, simultaneous client sessions.
Views: 303257 Sachin Samy
How-To Get Started with Mosquitto MQTT Broker on a Raspberry Pi
 
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Yo, In this video, I'll be covering how-to install, setup, and use Mosquitto MQTT broker on a Raspberry Pi. Mosquitto is an awesome open source MQTT broker that you can run on a device like a Raspberry Pi. It's great because you don't have to share you data to the cloud and can keep everything locally on your system. Plus, it's free! MQTT is a great protocol for various DIY tech - like an Arduino, NodeMCU, or ESP8266 chip. If you have any questions, let me know! Happy to help with what I can! Cheers, Ben --- The Tech I Use --- http://geni.us/bruhkit ---Favorite Parts--- Raspberry Pi 3 - http://geni.us/raspberrypi3 Case - http://geni.us/2rQEgy5 SD Card - http://geni.us/PbZS2oD Power Supply - http://geni.us/2ABPd1D LIFX - http://geni.us/r0dC Aeotec Z-Stick Gen 5 - http://geni.us/N2ULv NodeMCU ESP8266 Chip - http://geni.us/6i9vl ---Shell Commands--- sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install mosquitto sudo apt-get install mosquitto-clients sudo nano /etc/mosquitto/mosquitto.conf allow_anonymous false password_file /etc/mosquitto/pwfile listener 1883 sudo mosquitto_passwd -c /etc/mosquitto/pwfile username mosquitto_sub -d -u username -P password -t "dev/test" mosquitto_pub -d -u username -P password -t "dev/test" -m "Hello world" ---Resources--- Mosquitto Configuration - http://mosquitto.org/man/mosquitto-conf-5.html MQTT Home Assistant - https://home-assistant.io/components/mqtt/ My Website - http://www.bruhautomation.com Home Assistant - https://home-assistant.io/ HA Forum - https://community.home-assistant.io/ HA Chatroom - https://gitter.im/home-assistant/home... HA GitHub - https://github.com/home-assistant
Views: 200087 BRUH Automation
18 - Windows Server 2016 - Installation & Configuration of Remote Desktop Services Remote Applicatio
 
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Hello friends Today I am going to show you 18 - Windows Server 2016 - Installation & Configuration of Remote Desktop Services Remote Applicatio Thank You Vikas Singh [email protected] [email protected] installing rds server 2012 rds server rds server 2012 rds server 2012 r2 rds server 2012 r2 best practices rds server 2012 r2 licensing rds server 2012 r2 step by step rds server 2012 step by step rds server 2016 rds server 2016 setup rds server 2016 step by step rds server configuration rds server explained rds server install mode rds server session timeout rds sql server rds windows server 2008 r2 rds windows server 2012 rds windows server 2012 r2 rds windows server 2016 server 2012 rds setup rds server 2016 rds server 2016 setup rds server 2016 step by step windows server 2016 rds remote desktop services deployment install remote desktop services 2008 r2 remote desktop services (rds) in windows server 2012 remote desktop services 2008 remote desktop services 2008 r2 remote desktop services 2012 remote desktop services 2012 r2 remote desktop services 2012 r2 configuration remote desktop services 2012 r2 publish application remote desktop services 2012 r2 step by step remote desktop services 2012r2 remote desktop services 2016 remote desktop services 2016 setup remote desktop services 2016 step by step remote desktop services cal 2012 remote desktop services certificate remote desktop services certificate expired remote desktop services certificate install remote desktop services certificate requirements remote desktop services client access licenses remote desktop services client access licenses 2012 remote desktop services cluster remote desktop services collections remote desktop services crack remote desktop services dependencies remote desktop services deployment remote desktop services deployment certificates remote desktop services download windows 7 remote desktop services encryption level remote desktop services error 126 remote desktop services explained remote desktop services home folder remote desktop services host configuration 2012 remote desktop services in windows 2012 remote desktop services in windows server 2012 remote desktop services in windows server 2012 r2 remote desktop services in windows server 2016 remote desktop services installation remote desktop services installation 2008 r2 remote desktop services installation 2016 remote desktop services issues remote desktop services license remote desktop services license server remote desktop services license server 2012 remote desktop services licensing 2012 r2 remote desktop services licensing guide remote desktop services licensing reset remote desktop services limit memory per user remote desktop services load balancing 2012 remote desktop services manager remote desktop services manager 2012 remote desktop services manager 2012 r2 remote desktop services manager download windows 10 remote desktop services manager remote control remote desktop services manager server 2012 r2 remote desktop services manager server 2016 remote desktop services manager windows 8.1 remote desktop services manager windows server 2012 remote desktop services manager windows server 2016 remote desktop services not showing in services remote desktop services not starting remote desktop services not working remote desktop services on server 2012 r2 remote desktop services on server 2016 remote desktop services on windows azure remote desktop services on windows server 2012 remote desktop services overview remote desktop services patches remote desktop services profile remote desktop services profile ad remote desktop services profile not working remote desktop services profile path remote desktop services profile path attribute remote desktop services profile tab remote desktop services publish application remote desktop services quickbooks remote desktop services remoteapp remote desktop services role 2012 remote desktop services server 2008 r2 remote desktop services server 2012 remote desktop services server 2012 r2 remote desktop services server 2016 remote desktop services session remote desktop services setup remote desktop services step by step remote desktop services stopped working remote desktop services training remote desktop services training course remote desktop services tutorial remote desktop services user profile remote desktop services user profile path remote desktop services video remote desktop services virtualization host remote desktop services vs vdi remote desktop services web access remote desktop services windows 2008 r2 remote desktop services windows 2012 remote desktop services windows 2016 remote desktop services windows server 2008rds server 2016 remote desktop services windows server 2012 remote desktop services windows server 2016
Views: 36062 Vikas Singh
How to setup built-in mqtt broker in Home Assistant
 
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This video is a tutorial on how to setup the built-in mqtt broker in Home Assistant. Here is a link to get you started.... https://home-assistant.io/docs/mqtt/broker/ This is so easy to setup.... For starters, add the mqtt component to your hass config... sudo vi configuration.yaml mqtt: Once you do that, add whatever mqtt devices you have to your configuration, for example..... light: - platform: mqtt name: "Office Lights" command_topic: "sonoff/cmnd/officelight/POWER" state_topic: "sonoff/stat/officelight/POWER" payload_on: "ON" payload_off: "OFF" retain: true Once all that is added, restart home assistant for the changes to take.... sudo systemctl restart home-assistant.service You are done! If you like the video please subscribe to my channel, if you have any questions hit me up in the comments below. Also, please let me know if there are an tutorials you guys are looking for!
Views: 15193 BurnsHA
Centrify Identity Service - Zero Sign-on for Mobile Devices
 
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Background: Centrify Identity Service provides built-in Enterprise Mobility Management for iOS, Mac OS, Android, Samsung Knox, Windows 10, Chrome and Chromebooks. This video explores ZSO, this capability enhances the experience of users when they access links or apps from enrolled devices. Note: Only works with apps configured to support Service Provider (SP)-initiated connections. We explore the experience from a browser, get a sharepoint link over email, we download and install WebEx and inspect the experience with an app that is not configured for SP-initiated connections.
Views: 455 Centrifying
How to fix Remote Desktop Server License Expiration error Windows Server 2012 and 2016
 
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Professor Robert McMillen shows you how to fix Remote Desktop Server License Expiration error Windows Server 2012 and 2016. This is also known as the time bomb error because of the 120 day time limit on the trial license. This fix works even if you installed the remote desktop licenses successfully after 120 days.
Views: 48993 Robert McMillen
How To connect Any Wifi - 100000% working trick 2017
 
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Note: This is a informational video Download the app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tester.wpswpatester&hl=en Hello friends in this video I am going to tell youHow To Hack Any Wifi - 100000Working Trick. Watch the full video # Music Credits Song: Jim Yosef - Link [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/9iHM6X6uUH8 Download/Stream: http://ncs.io/LinkYO
Views: 1307848 Tips In Hindi
MQTT Publish and Subscribe Using Node Red
 
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http://www.steves-internet-guide.com/node-red-overview/ -In this video tutorial we will subscribe to an MQTT broker and then publish messages to it using Node-Red. In doing so we create a very simple open/closed sensor that you can use for testing Other videos The Node-Red Message Object for Beginners https://youtu.be/y05vQUIMIxs ------------ Create a Node Red Basic Flow - MQTT Subscribe Example https://youtu.be/eZUSQ1y6kSM --------------------------------- How to Create a Node-Red MQTT Dashboard https://youtu.be/Gu0Vq2kVNzw --------------------------- How to Store Data In Node Red Variables https://youtu.be/kNfP1vw2Img
Views: 25532 Steve Cope
NGINX and IoT: Adding Protocol Awareness for MQTT
 
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Speaker: Liam Crilly, Director of Product Management, NGINX, Inc. In this presentation, Liam Crilly from NGINX will give a detailed overview of the problem the team set out to solve for HiveMQ around security and load balancing. To improve IoT security, it is best practice to use TLS to encrypt the MQTT data passing between clients and upstream servers. We will look in depth at how NGINX Plus can be used to easily offload this process facilitating the encrypted transport. We will look at how an additional layer of security using client certificate authentication and a powerful scripting language called nginScript can be used to harden an MQTT deployment and in turn ensuring that messages are received are from a trusted and genuine device. Lastly, we set out to solve an issue of application persistence in an internet facing production deployment. In many cases IoT devices are connecting over the internet and building a session based on their IP address becomes unreliable, for this the session is identified by the clientId provided by the client on connection establishment. We will showcase how nginScript is used to extract this unique client identifier from the initial connection passing through NGINX Plus and in turn is used to build a sticky session to the backend server. This solution has been implemented and in turn helped solve issues around security hardening, offloading of TLS encryption of the MQTT transport and has allowed the implantation of a platform agnostic approach to proxying and load balancing within the applications infrastructure. Additional Details: MQTT is a lightweight, open and scalable protocol that was originally published in 1999 for communication with remote oil fields. It was updated for IoT use cases in 2013 and has since become one of the top protocols of choice for many IoT deployments. With the increased production IoT deployments and the staggering amount of devices connecting to MQTT brokers, the demand for a high performant load balancer with advanced functionality is more than ever a critical factor to the success of their implementation. Learn more about NGINX: http://bit.ly/2wCoSSL Like us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2xktd0r Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xcdZeM
Views: 1879 NGINX, Inc
8 Broken Nintendo Switches From eBay - Part 2
 
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8 Broken Nintendo Switches From eBay - How Many Are Fixable? Part 2. I bought these Switches hoping to fix them and make money. They were more broken than I thought but maybe I can still make a profit. 👉 Watch part 1 here: https://youtu.be/GMjWnxjZnCw 👉 Screen repair heat mat: https://amzn.to/2AQjjoU ►Tools & Parts I Use: https://www.amazon.com/shop/tronicsfix ►I can fix your game console: https://tronicsfix.com/ SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfOrKQtC1tDfGf_fFVb8pYw?sub_confirmation=1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/tronicsfix/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TronicsFix/ Twitter https://twitter.com/TronicsFix Website http://www.tronicsfix.com/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tools I use: -Protech Toolkit: http://amzn.to/2iC1Po8 -Torx Security T8: http://amzn.to/2fsYUcC -PH00 Phillips: http://amzn.to/2g6d5nO -Tweezer Set: http://amzn.to/2g65i9G -Electric Screwdriver: http://amzn.to/2gw8kce -Thermal Paste: http://amzn.to/2fQjVid -Canned Air: http://amzn.to/2iX5b5z Equipment Used: -Hakko Hot Air Station: http://amzn.to/2gAVwPW -Nozzle for hot air station: http://amzn.to/2gB1bW1 -Hakko Soldering Station: http://amzn.to/2gAZM1U -Hakko Air Filter: http://amzn.to/2gpPgr1 -Microscope: http://amzn.to/2hsY8B6 -Kester Solder: http://amzn.to/2gpQHG1 →Business Inquiries Email: [email protected] TronicsFix assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. All material provided within this Youtube channel is for informational, educational, & entertainment purposes only. Some of these projects, materials, and techniques may not be appropriate for all ages or skill levels. No information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. TronicsFix does not make any claims of the safety of the projects, techniques, or resources listed on this channel and will not take responsibility of what you do with the information provided by this channel. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not TronicsFix. Please do not attempt anything contained in this video unless you accept personal responsibility for the results, whether they are good or bad. (*We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.) Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” The music used in this video does not require attribution. About This Video: I buy broken stuff on eBay to try to fix and resell. This was a lot of 8 broken Nintendo Switches that I bought to see if I could fix them and make money. I paid $65 each for them.
Views: 1329524 TronicsFix
Using MQTT Client Library to access IBM Watson IoT Platform
 
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This bitesized learning hows how to use MQTT client libraries to send device data to the IBM Watson IoT platform. The video uses Node-RED, but it should be easy to apply the information in the video to any specific client library in the programming language of your choice
Views: 2097 Hands-on IoT
People Uses TV Remote To Stop Electric Meter | Teenmaar News | V6 News
 
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Watch V6 special program Teenmaar news with Savitri, Bithiri Sathi & Mangli in a Telangana slang. V6 IOS App ► https://goo.gl/EfEqlJ Download V6 Android App ► http://bit.ly/V6NewsAPP Subscribe at http://goo.gl/t2pFrq Visit our Website ► http://V6news.tv Twitter ► https://twitter.com/V6News Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/V6News.tv Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/109903438943940210337 V6 News, Official YouTube V6 News Channel owned by VIL Media Pvt Ltd. V6 News, a 24 hour Telugu News Broadcaster, dedicated to report news across Telangana and other parts of the world through live reports, breaking news, sports updates, weather reports, entertainment, business trends, exclusive interviews, and current affairs. The channel airs programs like 'Teenmaar News,Telangana Yatra,Telangana Shakam,Rangeela,Top News,Taara,Cinema Talkies, 70MM, Mangli Adda,Janapadam etc'. Sports, Movies, Politics Controversies, Current Affairs, Technology.. you name it and you find it at the click of a button.
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IoT Weather Application
 
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See the Dzone article "Cheaper Alternatives to IoT Cloud Services" for an introduction to this video: https://dzone.com/articles/cheaper-alternatives-to-iot-cloud-services The SMQ Weather Application illustrates how a web-based user interface can be synchronized with the user interface in a device. The SMQ Weather Application consists of three parts: the server application, the thermostat device, and the browser user interface. Start by downloading the simulated thermostat device for Windows, run the self extracting archive and unpack it to any directory. https://realtimelogic.com/downloads/SMQ/WeatherApp-install.exe 00:29 The simulated thermostat device should start as soon as the self extracting archive completes packing up the files. To synchronize a web interface with the device, click the menu button and then click the "Start Browser" button. A browser window should then open and synchronize with the device. You can also manually synchronize a browser user interface by simply navigating to the online thermostat user interface, clicking the menu button, clicking "Connect", and then enter the device key in the browser. You may synchronize any number of web user interfaces with the device. We are connecting a second browser window to show you how all synchronized user interfaces are updated in real time at the same time. 01:16 This figure illustrates the messaging between the device and the two browser windows. All communication goes via the SMQ broker running in the server. 01:33 The Weather Application also consists of a dedicated server side application implemented in the Lua scripting language. The server side Weather Application is in charge of creating a dedicated connection island for each connected device. Each connected device can separately be controlled by any number of browsers. The server side Weather Application is also responsible for connecting to third party services such as IP address to geo-location service and a Weather Database. These third party services can be accessed by using H.T.T.P and REST. Note that the Weather Database used is Open WeatherMap. This service can be slow and does not always return correct results. 02:08 Note that clicking the thermostat +/- button in any of the synchronized user interfaces is automatically replicated to all other connected user interfaces, including the device. The synchronization is managed by sending SMQ messages via the broker and the server side Weather Application. 02:20 Let's go ahead and change the location to the North Pole. When you click the submit button, a message is sent to the server side weather application, which in turn queries the weather database. When the weather database responds, the server side weather application relays this data to the device and all connected browsers. 02:38 Let's change the location to a city where it is currently raining. Notice how all user interfaces are updated as soon as the weather database responds. All user interfaces receive the current weather and a seven day forecast. 02:58 When you close a browser interface, the server side weather application is notified via the SMQ broker. The browser's connection ID is then removed from the connection island. 03:06 Notice what happens in the browser when we terminate the device. The thermostat is removed since we are no longer connected to a device. When a device terminates or disconnects, the connection island associated with this device is terminated in the server application. 03:18 We have so far given you the impression that there is only one online server. There are in fact four online servers and four public IP addresses associated with the domain name simplemq.com. This is known as Round Robin DNS. The SMQ server application is configured as a cluster, where each cluster node is connected to all other nodes. We have configured the DNS server such that you can navigate to a specific cluster node by entering the cluster node name followed by the domain name simplemq.com. For example, to navigate to cluster node 2, enter node2.simplemq.com in the browser. 03:56 Let's go ahead and synchronize the two browser windows with the device by entering the device key in the two browser windows. Notice that browser window 1 is connected to cluster node 1 and browser window 2 is connected to cluster node 2. We do not know what cluster node the device is connected to since the device connects to simplemq.com. The DNS for this domain resolves to four IP addresses and the device selects one of the four IP addresses. Clustering enables us to scale a server solution horizontally. Clustering also provides redundancy.
Views: 1349 Real Time Logic
Zscaler Private Access: Secure and Personalized Access to Internal Apps
 
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Zscaler enables the world’s leading organizations to securely transform their networks and applications for a mobile and cloud-first world. Its flagship services, Zscaler Internet Access and Zscaler Private Access, create fast, secure connections between users and applications, regardless of device, location, or network. Zscaler services are 100% cloud delivered and offer the simplicity, enhanced security, and improved user experience that traditional appliances or hybrid solutions are unable to match. Used in more than 185 countries, Zscaler operates a massive, global cloud security platform that protects thousands of enterprises and government agencies from cyberattacks and data loss. Learn more at zscaler.com or follow us on Twitter @zscaler. Quick References: a) About Zscaler (https://www.zscaler.com/company/about-zscaler) b) Cloud Architecture (https://www.zscaler.com/products/cloud-architecture-security-as-a-service) c) What is cloud security? (https://www.zscaler.com/solutions/cloud-security) d) Zscaler Internet Access (https://www.zscaler.com/products/zscaler-internet-access) e) Zscaler Private Access (https://www.zscaler.com/products/zscaler-private-access) f) Zscaler Blogs (https://www.zscaler.com/blogs)
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How to use MQTT Broker on Windows
 
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MQTT Broker on Windows Visit http://ouo.io/Zd9Ewl for more informations.
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Connecting ESP8266 to AWS IoT platform
 
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I have a few IoT projects where I want to use AWS services to send SMS messages and such. So first thing was to get the ESP8266 connected to Amazons IoT platform. This required an external library ( https://github.com/heskew/aws-sdk-arduino ) to handle the API calls. Otherwise, it was really simple. Just create a thing from AWS IoT platform and create IAM user who has permission to update the shadow of that thing. Access keys shown in this video have been deleted before publishing this video. So no need to worry ;-) Project codes can be found from https://github.com/CheapskateProjects/ESP8266AWSIoTDemo
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Du Home Service Training
 
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How to Find your MT4 Broker server time or timezone used on your MT4 Forex trading platform
 
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Android MQTT test
 
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Android MQTT test :https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.laptrinhpic.easycontrol.mqttplugin Android MQTT client and Plugin for Easycontrol Service. Support: MQTT 3.1 ✓ MQTT 3.1.1 ✓ LWT ✓ SSL/TLS ✗ QoS 0 ✓ QoS 1 ✓ QoS 2 ✓ Authentication ✓ Throttling ✗ Features: Service that runs in the background of the Android application, keeping it alive when the Android application is switching between different Activities. This layer of abstraction is needed to be able to receive MQTT messages reliably - Multi connections - Multi subscribe topics - Multi publish topics - Enable/disable Notification messages - History messages/topic ------------------------------------------ Notice:The app is compatible with" Easycontrol App/Easycontrol Service
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How to speed up internet connection 2017 [100% Working]
 
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#subscribe for more videos!! This video Show's you how to boost Your internet connection for free on windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 PC without using any software.This method is also comfortable with any internet service provider or with any internet source ( Device) ▼ High Speed DNS Servers ▼ Preferred DNS server : 208.67.222.222 Alternate DNS server : 208.67.220.220 Speed test website: http://www.speedtest.net/ ▼ Run Commands Mentioned On This Video ▼ #1 (Mentioned In Step 1) : gpedit.msc #2 (Mentioned In Step 2) : regedit ▼ CMD Commands Mentioned On This Video ▼ #1(Mentioned In Step 3) : netsh interface tcp set global autotuning=disabled How to change wifi name and password in easy way (D-Link) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFRtv8OEaoc&t=1s
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Android Tutorial 30 : Connect Android with Server ( Sending data to WEB SERVER from APP) | Part 5
 
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This tutorial will teach you how to send data from android app to web server. I used volley to send data in server. API Source Code: https://github.com/rubel007cse/SimpleWebsitewithAPI Android App Source code: https://github.com/rubel007cse/TuntuniNews Find me on Facebook: https://facebook.com/rubel007cse
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How To Print from Android to HP Printers Using a USB OTG Cable | HP Printers | HP
 
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Learn how to print from android to HP printers using a USB OTG cable. For more information on printing with a USB OTG Cable(Android), visit our support site, https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05384190. For other helpful videos go to http://hp.com/supportvideos or http://youtube.com/hpprintersupport. More support options for your printer are available at http://hp.com/support. Continue the Conversation: http://hp.care/SupportForums http://hp.care/FacebookSupport http://hp.care/TwitterSupport Follow these steps to print from android to HP printers using a USB OTG cable: -Connect the square end of the USB cable to the USB port on the rear of the printer and the flat end to the USB port on the OTG cable. -Plug the micro-USB connector of the OTG cable into the micro-USB port on your Android device. -On your Android device, tap the option to set the HP Print Service Plugin as default, and then tap OK. -Print documents and images saved on your Android device or from a cloud storage account. -Open the item you want to print. -Tap the Menu or Share icon, and then tap Print. -On the print preview screen, tap the down arrow to view the printer list, and then select the USB printer. -Expand the settings window, if necessary, and adjust any desired print settings. -Tap Print or the Print icon. -The picture or document prints according to your settings. -Continue printing or disconnect the OTG cable for safe keeping. #HP #HPSupport #HPPrinters SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/PrinterSupport SHOP NOW: http://store.hp.com/us/en/ About HP: HP Inc. creates technology that makes life better for everyone everywhere — every person, every organization, and every community around the globe. Through our portfolio of printers, PCs, mobile devices, solutions, and services, we engineer experiences that amaze. Connect with HP: Visit HP WEBSITE: http://www.hp.com Like HP on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/HP Follow HP on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/HP Follow HP on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/hp Follow HP on LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hp This video was produced by HP. How To Print from Android to HP Printers Using a USB OTG Cable | HP Printers | HP https://www.youtube.com/user/HP
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cell phone unlocked In New York | Call Now 718 690 2955 | My World Phone
 
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To know more about them please visit http://www.myworldphone.com Contact Address -: Queens, New York 148-48 Hillside Avenue Briarwood, NY 11435 718-690-2955 212-731-2257MyWorldPhone.com offers unlocked GSM cellphones to optimize mobile usage while saving money. With an unlocked cell phone in New York, users can simply remove the SIM card and place it into another unlocked phone or can add a new SIM card into their existing phone. While transferring SIM cards the phone service associated with that SIM card stays with it. A user will still be receiving all calls to the number associated with that SIM card without paying hefty roaming charges. Unlocked GSM phones users have the luxury to try out various carriers with a range of prepaid plans instead of being locked into a contract with a single service provider. When a user moves to a new location, a new SIM card instantly provides a local number, making it easier for the local contacts to get in touch with the user. Thus, one can use their favorite unlocked Sony Ericsson phone still enjoying the flexibility and freedom of using service of multiple service providers at an economical rates. Apart from selling unlocked GSM cellphone in New York and other regions of USA and Canada their professional teams provide a wide range of wireless alternatives for all the communication needs. They are virtual connection to a complete line of wireless voice and data products. Their wholesale division has access to a wide selection of wireless phones and accessories distribution to over 200 countries world-wide. They strive to provide customers with the latest, greatest and the best in wireless. They currently supply over 3,000 cell phone stores nationwide with their extremely competitive low price. About -- MyWorldPhone.comMyWorldPhone.com is the leading distributor of GSM Mobile phones in the USA and Canada since 1998. Their company is dedicated to service brokers, importers, resellers and retailers who are looking for wholesale deals on GSM phones and all the accessories. At their store one will find 2,000 different models of GSM phones and over 4,000 different accessories under one roof. They have the lowest price and the highest quality products manufactured by popular brands such as Motorola, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, HTC, LG and Apple computers Inc.
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Publish Temperature Data Over MQTT-TLS | Intel Software
 
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In this video, we will write a NodeJS service that uses UPM and MQTT over TLS to securely publish a temperature sensor’s data to an MQTT broker on the IoT Gateway. Visit the Internet of Things Home page on the Intel® Developer Zone: http://intel.ly/2in96rW SSG-DRD-IOT GitHub Repo: http://bit.ly/2s0XmfC SSG DRD IOT Docker Hub: http://dockr.ly/2s1voQM Watch the rest of the playlist: http://bit.ly/2rW4bnq Follow Daniel (@agnathan) on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2rWDFKD About Internet of Things: Videos featured here can help you create projects on different hardware options using a wide range of IDEs and programming languages including Arduino*, C/C++, JavaScript*, Node.js*, Java, and Python* and more! Connect with Internet of Things: Visit IOT HOME PAGE – INTEL DEVELOPER ZONE: http://intel.ly/2CBkp75 SUBSCRIBE NOW: http://bit.ly/2iZTCsz About Intel Software: The Intel® Developer Zone encourages and supports software developers that are developing applications for Intel hardware and software products. The Intel Software YouTube channel is a place to learn tips and tricks, get the latest news, watch product demos from both Intel, and our many partners across multiple fields. You'll find videos covering the topics listed below, and to learn more you can follow the links provided! Connect with Intel Software: Visit INTEL SOFTWARE WEBSITE: https://software.intel.com/en-us Like INTEL SOFTWARE on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2z8MPFF Follow INTEL SOFTWARE on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2zahGSn INTEL SOFTWARE GITHUB: http://bit.ly/2zaih6z INTEL DEVELOPER ZONE LINKEDIN: http://bit.ly/2z979qs INTEL DEVELOPER ZONE INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2z9Xsby INTEL GAME DEV TWITCH: http://bit.ly/2BkNshu Publish Temperature Data Over MQTT-TLS | Intel Software https://www.youtube.com/intelsoftware #IntelSoftware #InternetOfThings
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How to install Remote Desktop Service RDS role Windows 2016 Server
 
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Flashing TASMOTA Firmware on the Sonoff Basic
 
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UPDATED VERSION of this VIDEO here: https://youtu.be/c2IUIUnxjUY Here's a link to the easiest method I've seen for flashing a sonoff. Thanks Pete! https://youtu.be/MOEmVYn4I8A www.DrZzs.com for Product Links I'll leave this description here for posterity, but the process has change. Refer to the new video above for the updated and improved process. Thanks! ---------- Sonoff switches are one of the best deals in Home Automation. A wifi chip with a relay that is powered by 110v for $5! And the BEST part is how flexible and capable they become when you flash them with TASMOTA firmware, which makes them easy to connect and control with Home Assistant. Here are some links to buy Sonoff Basics: https://www.itead.cc/sonoff-wifi-wireless-switch-1.html Gotta give all the credit here to Theo Arends. He’s done us all a huge service by creating this firmware. Sonoff should totally pay him a gagillion dollars and start loading his firmware on all their boards. There are several guides that describe how to flash the firmware on these boards: Quickpi - https://youtu.be/n4MDRm2yAJg Bruh - https://youtu.be/-JxPWA-qxAk SuperHouseTV - https://youtu.be/8mz5sCAvDAY I tried 4-5 different methods. What I finally got to work was using the Arduino IDE on Windows. I tried using Atom and PlatformIO, but kept getting errors. I tried Arduino IDE on my mac, but that didn’t work either. Here are the steps that finally worked for me: Download latest TASMOTA Source Code zip file and extract it https://github.com/arendst/Sonoff-Tasmota/releases Download Arduino IDE and extract it https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software Find the arduino.exe file and in the same folder, make a new folder called “portable” Open the Arduino IDE. Go to File-Preferences-Additional Board Manager and add this URL: http://arduino.esp8266.com/versions/2.3.0/package_esp8266com_index.json Under Sketch-Include Library-Manage Libraries search for and install ArduinoJson and PubSubClient In the “portable” folder you created go to sketchbook-libraries-PubSubClient-src- PubSubClient.h open it with Notepad++ or another code editor and change “MQTT_MAX_PACKET_SIZE” to “512”. Save and exit. In Arduino IDE go to the folder where you extracted the TASMOTA firmware, find sonoff-sonoff.ino and open it. Find the “user_config.h” tab at the top and make theses changes: Project is where it will define the MQTT topic. So if you have more than one of these add a number to the end of each. Enter your Wifi name and password Enter your MQTT broker IP address, port, username and password Go to the Sonoff.ino tab again. Then under Tools set these settings: Board: Generic ESP8266 Module Flashmode: DOUT Freq: 40 CPU: 80 Flash: 1M (64K SPIFFS) Upload speed: 115200 Port: Com (whichever number appears after you’ve connected the adapter and Sonoff) Set up and connect the Serial to USB converter. Buy here: http://amzn.to/2k1qC4B Make sure the adapter is set to 3v. Connect 4 Jumpers: 3v, Gnd, Tx, Rx. Tx (transmit) from the USB to Serial converter goes to Rx (receive) on the Sonoff, and vice versa. Leave the 3v wire free, hold the button on the sonoff, then connect the 3v wire. There will likely be a sound when Windows detects the new device. Now Upload the sketch. The sonoff light should blink when it is done. Congratulations! You did it! Hopefully
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#29 Internet of Things with ESP8266/Arduino IDE #1: Calling RESTful JSON Services
 
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This is the first part of (I hope) 4 where I try to build a software framework for small connected IoT devices. The software is based on the Arduino IDE In this episode I build a small device which calls a RESTful API to get the next public transportation from my location and starts to warn me with a beeper when the bus arrives. The episode shows all needed steps to build such a device and other web-services can be used using the same principles. In the next episode I will connect the ESP8266 to my smartphone to exchange data like access point name and password. The code is on github: https://github.com/SensorsIot/Internet-of-Things-with-ESP8266 The link to the Google Chrome App for REST messages: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/advanced-rest-client/hgmloofddffdnphfgcellkdfbfbjeloo The link to the source of APIs: http://www.programmableweb.com/ The link to the Swiss public transportation API: http://transport.opendata.ch/ Supporting Material and Blog Page: http://www.sensorsiot.org Github: https://www.github.com/sensorsiot If you want to support the channel and buy from Banggood use this link to start your shopping: https://bit.ly/2jAQEf4 (no additional charges for you) Official Wemos Store: http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/jUzBiIq https://www.facebook.com/SensorsIOT/ https://twitter.com/spiessa
Views: 80473 Andreas Spiess
Internet of Things in Transportation
 
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Today I will talk about you how the Internet of Things can be used in the transportation sector, and I will show you how to monitor temperature in cooling trucks using a device that is smart, connected, and very cost effective. When shipping fresh groceries, it's critical to keep the right temperature, and especially in tropical climates like here in Brazil, a problem with the cooling system can quickly turn the goods useless. In this video I will show you how a cooling truck can be equipped with a smart and connected device (e.g. via a standard 3G router) to publish the temperature on an MQTT broker, which can be subscribed to by tools for analytics and alarms, and I will use the 2lemetry cloud to do some simple analytics. I will use a really cool chip called the ESP8266, and it's a complete WiFi module that can be controlled by a microcontroller like an Arduino. It actually has a microcontroller of its own, but to program it takes some more advanced tools, so I will not show this here, but using that approach, you can actually end up with a smart and connected temperature sensor for less than $5. To simplify the programming, I will use a separate Arduino microcontroller, but the complete cost for this setup is still below $10, and it all easily fits into a normal matchbox. In addition to the Arduino and the ESP8266, you will need a temperature sensor, and to connect everything, you need a breadboard and 8 jumper wires. I recommend that you upgrade the firmware of the ESP8266 (http://blog.electrodragon.com/cloud-updating-your-wi07c-esp8266-now, and I use 0.922), so that it support slower speeds (default is 9600) to allow using the normal Arduino I/O pins for serial communication. To setup the hardware, you start by disconnecting everything from its power source, and then connect the Arduino VCC to the VCC on both the sensor and WiFi module, and also to the WiFi chip enable (CH_PD) pin. Connect the Arduino GND to the GND on both the sensor and the WiFi. Then connect Arduino pin A0 to the sensor S (signal) pin, the Arduino pin 2 to the WiFi transmit (TXD) pin, and the Arduino pin 3 to WiFi receive (RXD) pin. You find the Arduino code on http://cforsberg.com/?p=251 to read the temperature in the truck and send it over WiFi to the server. After the initial include of the software serial library (on line 1), a variable is created for it (on line 3). In the setup, the software serial communication is initiated (on line 9), and then the WiFi module is queried for an IP address (on line 10). If there isn't an IP address (checked on line 11, which means that it's not connected to the access point), we connect to the access point (on lines 13 and 15). The eternal loop starts by getting the temperature from the sensor (on lines 22-26), and then the IP connection is started (on line 27). We check for any connection errors (on line 29), and create the HTTP request (on line 30). We define the length of the request (on lines 31-32), and if the WiFi module is ready for the request (checked on line 34), we send the request (on lines 36-37). Lastly, we close the connection (on line 40), and wait so that the temperature is measured every 10 seconds. As you can see, I'm just sending a HTTP GET request with the temperature, but when there's a MQTT library available (there are some things in the works, e.g. https://github.com/soynerdito/ESP8266-MQTT), I would rather use it directly from the device. For now I'm just using a simple PHP page on a server to do the MQTT publishing, and you also find the server code on http://cforsberg.com/?p=251 that publishes the temperature to the 2lemetry MQTT broker. After the include of the MQTT library (on line 2, you can download it from https://github.com/bluerhinos/phpMQTT), I get the temperature parameter value (on line 3). Then I create the MQTT object (on line 4) and connect to the MQTT broker (on lines 5). If the connection is successful, I publish the temperature to the topic (on line 7), and close the MQTT connection (on line 8). You sign up for a 2lemetry account (on http://app.m2m.io) to get the info to insert in the code (username/email, password, and domain), and please note that you need to MD5-hash the password. When you are logged in, you can select the PAST menu option and enter the fields with "Arduino" (stuff), "TruckTemp" (thing), and an underscore (attributes). When you hit enter, you will see the published data, and if you select the first value, you will get a chart that looks similar to this. It would be as easy to subscribe to the MQTT topic and check that the temperature is in a valid range, and if not, trigger an alarm, like notifying the driver and maybe also a service technician. That's how the Internet of Things can be used in the transportation sector. Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/chrisforsberg Visit my site http://cforsberg.com
Views: 3374 Chris Forsberg
How to Integrate TRITON AP-MOBILE with AirWatch MDM for Cloud Service Users (12:09)
 
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Raytheon|Websense is now Forcepoint. If you are a cloud service user, see how to set up the MDM connection and other key steps in the integration process. For more information, please see: • Getting Started Guide (Cloud) (Technical Library): http://fc-pt.com/28NFb4l
Views: 1373 Forcepoint
Arduino and MQTT sending data to Microsoft Azure
 
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This is a simple demonstration for sending data from an Arduino device to Azure using MQTT. NOTE: I am not using a broker on Azure. I have a local MQTT broker running on Raspberry Pi and a .NET MQTT client agent that listens to the broker and saves certain data to Azure. I am looking to implement this in a more ERP type of environment. where warehouse, inventory, help desk, and other back office systems can receive data from IoT type devices. Once it has that data, than the ERP can do things like create helpdesk tickets (ie. say there is flooding detected in a basement or a lightbulb is burned out and support/maintenance is needed). Anyway, this example doesn't do much more than read a temperature on an Arduino, post that to an MQTT broker, where a .NET agent has subscribed to various topics and will post that data to Azure. I have the code used in this on GitHub: https://github.com/dafoink/IoT
Views: 19261 Brian Wharton
Connect your car to DeviceHive
 
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Connect your car to DeviceHive cloud service with Open Source OBD2 Android App - https://github.com/devicehive/devicehive-obd2 This App can connect to car with ELM327 Bluetooth OBD2 adapter. App sends current data every few seconds to cloud. It's also possible to read trouble codes and gather any other data with arbitrary OBD2 PIDs. Phone is connected to the Internet. That can be 3G or Wi-Fi connection. There is a free playground services with DeviceHive server - playground.devicehive.com and it also has Freeboard which was used on this video to plot engine RPM and throttle position. Feel free to use this App to collect OBD2 data for your analytic apps.
Views: 625 Nikolay Khabarov
Voxel Worlds' Application Promotion
 
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Check out our flagship product. the white label mobile application that will help drive your sales up. This is the ultimate marketing and sales solutions of real estate developers and brokers.
Views: 685 Voxel Worlds
Raspberry Pi Zero W - Connect Sensors to Amazon AWS IoT
 
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After the recent intro to the RPiZW, this time we'll connect it to Amazon Web Services IoT platform and send some temperature readings up into the cloud. (The first look video for this RPiZW can be found here: https://youtu.be/Z0GN5WpkYPE) This has the setup of the RPiZW with DietPi (instead of the usual NOOBS or Raspbian), Python and the Dallas DS18b20 temperature sensor. After configuring and checking the connection from Pi to AWS IoT (using MQTT), we change the Amazon code and send temperature readings into the IoT platform. Once in the platform, you can route the data to various places for storage, processing and visualization. Please add a comment to this video if you'd like to see Amazon S3 or Kinesis/Firehose. Code used in this video is shared on Github: https://github.com/magiccow/aws-iot-raspizw-temperature Dallas DS18b20 datasheet (1-wire temperature sensor): https://datasheets.maximintegrated.com/en/ds/DS18B20.pdf More about how the 1-wire protocol works can be found in an informative tutorial video from Maxim (requires Flash viewer): https://www.maximintegrated.com/en/products/1-wire/flash/overview/ Various places on Ebay/usual China websites will supply the DS18b20 for £1 for 1 or two units; beware of rip-off vendors that sell them for £5 each! DietPi can be found here: http://dietpi.com/ MQTT information: http://mqtt.org/ AWS IoT information can be found here: https://aws.amazon.com/iot/ Sign up for a trial, they offer free access so that you can experiment.
Views: 22245 Martyn Davies
IPv6 Deep-Drive-6 IPv4/IPv6 Transition
 
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The Internet operates by moving data between networks. To communicate, each computer or other device connected to the Internet must be identified by a unique IP address. We’ve been using Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and its 4.3 billion IP addresses since the inception of the Internet, but IPv4 was initially designed to support experimental research and government networks — not the global, public Internet we know today with 2 billion users. The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) handed out its last blocks of IPv4 addresses to the five Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) in February 2011. Very soon, new IPv4 addresses will be fully depleted around the globe. IPv6 is critical to the Internet’s continued growth as a platform for innovation and economic development. Network operators, Web companies, hardware manufacturers, software developers, and enterprises need to implement IPv6 to ensure long-term growth, effective data transmission, and global connectivity. What’s IPv6? Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the next generation of the IP address standard. While IPv4 and IPv6 will co-exist for some time, IPv6 is intended to supplement and eventually replace IPv4. For us to move forward and continue adding new devices and services to the Internet, we must deploy IPv6. It was designed with the needs of a global commercial Internet in mind, and deploying it is the only way we can continue forward with an open and innovative Internet. IPv6 provides more than 340 trillion, trillion, trillion IP addresses, allows a huge range of devices to connect directly with one another, and helps ensure the Internet can continue its current growth rate indefinitely. Both IPv4 and IPv6 (and many other core Internet protocols) were developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). So what? IPv6 is the future of the Internet, and without it we can no longer grow. IPv6 has been available since 1999, but real-world deployment has been slower than anticipated. To some, IPv6 might not seem immediately necessary. After all, the programmes you use still work and everything about your experience on the Internet has stayed mostly the same. But it won’t stay that way. A lack of IP addresses means that eventually: • Your favourite Internet programmes, online games, and applications could slow down or stop working. • Internet-connected devices will have a harder time communicating with each other, making the ability to offer services like voice and video difficult. • Your privacy could be compromised due to shared IPv4 addresses. • New innovative devices, appliances, and sensors (often referred to as the “Internet of Things”) will be unable to connect or will have difficulty communicating. Do Your Part: Deploy IPv6. In 2011, the Internet Society organized World IPv6 Day, a coordinated 24-hour “test flight” that helped demonstrate major websites around the world are well positioned for the move to an IPv6 world. The Internet Society followed that up a year later, on 6 June 2012, with World IPv6 Launch, where major Internet Service Providers (ISPs), home networking equipment manufacturers, and Web companies around the world came together to permanently enable IPv6 for their products and services. There are several ways to get started deploying IPv6: • Ensure all networking equipment (including planned purchases) is IPv6 capable; even if you are not deploying IPv6 today, your equipment must be IPv6-ready or you may need to upgrade or re-purchase devices later. • Network operators can request IPv6 connectivity from their Internet Service Providers and make sure all their networking equipment supports IPv6. • Content creators, developers, and enterprises can make their own websites and content available over IPv6. • Governments can require IPv6 compliance of all contractors and business relationships, and lead by example in deploying IPv6 across all websites and services.
Views: 593 Sniper Network
Limited Service Hotel
 
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Views: 104 RP Technology