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Recently upgraded a IPV500 v2 phone system from Version 9 to 10 and had a phone stuck on 

Discover xxx.xx.xxx.x

 

To perform a reset in the Craft Menu you can try clearing the phones values so that when it establishes DHCP again it’ll point to the PBX (as long as the port its connected to has a route to the PBX).

Reboot the phone and when you see the “Press * to program” screen, press it and try entering the passcode as (CRAFT) 27238#.. Thats the default so it may not work on all phones. If it works, scroll down to “Clear values” and select it.

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The Category blocked was Alcohol, however, I whitelisted this category. Disabling the filter based category allowed this.

Problem was the Fortigate GUI was not displaying the actual committed config on the firewall ( the profile was screwed )

solution

this way the “default” profile was visible

Also you might want tod DNS Filter

basically DNS filters work like webfilter but at DNS level

so let say you want to go to youporn

the firewall try to resolve the name of youporn.com but since it is a blocked category

it blocks the resolution of the name even before you get to browse itWe saved this conversation. You’ll see it soon in the Conversations tab in Skype for Business and in the Conversation History folder in Outlook.

 

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One Way without Restart Service

I’ve come across a great way of resetting a SQL server “sa” password if you don’t have it, don’t have an account with sufficient privileges to reset it via SSMS, and most importantly, don’t have to stop the SQL services so processing can continue.fkgqx81huis863c-medium1

All you will need is psexec  (in the sysinternals  toolkit) available here à https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/pxexec.aspx

Once the tools are extracted to a directory on the server:

Psexec.exe –s –i “{full path to the ssms.exe”}

This will start the SQL Management Studio as the NTSERVICE\SYSTEM account … enter the name of the SQL Server (or localhost) and then you’re in … reset the sa password in there

 

Another way

 

  1. Stop SQL Server Service
  2. Start is with 
    net start MSSQLSERVER /m"SQLCMD"
  3. sqlcmd -SServerName\InstanceName
  4. CREATE LOGIN RecoveryAcct WITH PASSWORD=’TempPass1’
    GO
  5. SP_ADDSRVROLEMEMBER RecoveryAcct,SYSADMIN
    GO
    This was on Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (SP2) – 10.0.4067.0 (X64).
     
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