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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    Roaming profiles: the bane of every sys admin's life that ever tried to use them.

    Forget you ever even heard they were a thing and let roaming profiles live back in the early 2000's where they...
  2. Re: Ricoh smb scanning with end to end encyrption

    Have you tried enabling Kerberos encryption?
    Kerberos Authentication Encryption Setting | User Guide | IM 350, IM 430

    That should at least enable the login ticket between the MFP and the server...
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    For years I recommended this, but with Microsoft 365 pretty much a mature solution, we now do redirection to OneDrive. The standard is the Desktop, Documents, and Pictures all get redirected. From a...
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    Re: Sharp MX-M1204 to Dell switch

    Is there some kind of access control on the switch where only registered MAC addresses can connect? If you put the copier on DHCP for an address, does it get anything other than a 169.x.x.x address?...
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    Generally, to ensure that Administrators always have full permissions, they should be set as the owner for all server-side folders.

    The other issue comes when UAC is enabled on a server since it...
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    You did it exactly as you should. You don't want any accounts or groups having access to the subfolders except Administrators, SYSTEM, and the groups/user(s) you want.

    The general breakdown for...
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    The way you get it to work is to remove inheritance from any subfolder you create and then grant NTFS permissions as needed. You're correct that the minimum permission to see a folder is Read, but...
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    This won't hide the share, but it will hide some, or all, of the contents. The permissions for the share should be as wide as possible (the standard is usually Read for Domain Users) and then the...
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    Just be sure to test. Getting the NTFS permissions right the first few times usually trips people up.
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    It's been years since I've had to play with the server-based versions of QuickBooks. It was installed on a 32-bit version of Server 2003 (not even the R2 release!) and even with permissions set...
  11. Re: printer preferences from old machine to new machine

    Sadly enough, this is still a thing with many applications...

    For a long time, I had a team that used Crystal Reports, which would store the printer in the report settings. Every time they...
  12. Re: Firmware required for Lanier MP W7100 to support SMB2+?

    You need at minimum for SMB2/3 support:

    System 1.08
    Network Support 14.32
    Web Support 1.05
    Scanner 1.03
    Op Panel 1.03

    The current versions of all of these are:
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    Re: FBI Security Alerts

    Now it comes out that JBS also paid a ransom to get their data back. After someone else has had access to your data, could you really trust that they didn't exfiltrate sensitive information such as...
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    Re: Ricoh ISIS scanner drivers

    The only ISIS drivers I remember were for the old scanner only devices. For the MFP's I don't think you're going to have much luck. You could try the TWAIN drivers but they will only work with 32-bit...
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    Re: FBI Security Alerts

    Further reporting on the Colonial Pipeline attack indicates that the attack started through access to their network using credentials for an account that was no longer actively in use that had VPN...
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    [Misc] Re: Ricoh Model Name Guide

    Not sure. It's been years since I worked for Ricoh, so I'm sure there's a trainer somewhere who knows the logic of the new series, I just don't have access to them any longer.

    Sent from my...
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    [Misc] Re: Ricoh Model Name Guide

    SP as in Single Purpose, since it's a printer based mainframe. C is obviously for colour; the SF is for the additional Scan and Fax features available on that variant.

    At least that's what I...
  18. Re: Ricoh smb scanning with end to end encyrption

    Which may require additional permission from the customer as well. Nothing like potentially adding an unauthorised server to the company's environment.

    Sent from my BlackBerry using Tapatalk
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    I've used NoIP before and their service is really good in terms of DDNS, and the cost is very reasonable. The main issue I've found is at the ISP level where some don't allow home customers to do...
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    Port forwarding can be a nightmare, especially if the restaurant is using consumer equipment or has a consumer ISP contract instead of a business account, which would give them a static IP. I've...
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    You may be on to something here. Between this and making sure that the machine is using port 445 for SMB this may resolve the issue. It's been years since I've seen an NTLM issue in the wild, but...
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    It sounds like encryption is turned on for the entire server, and not at the individual share level. This would prevent the MFP from connecting.

    Ricoh seems to have the issue of not wanting to...
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    Re: Ricoh SG7100DN Error code 93300

    They still actually make these things, they're just branded under the Sawgrass name as opposed to Ricoh.
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    Re: Printing from Adobe DC and Photoshop

    LPR/LPD used to be the recommended way to set up any Ricoh device to print back when I took Core Basics and a few other training courses years ago. It makes sense in a way since the MFP itself is...
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    Re: Need some advice on learning networking

    It sounds like the customer has some kind of security scans running at night. Depending on what features are enabled on the Canons, if the scan hits one of the open ports on the machine, the...
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