bootcamp – Successful removal of Boot Camp Assistant, unable to reinstall

I installed Windows 10 via Boot Camp Assistant without any problems yesterday, but I had to uninstall it to enlarge the partition. I also uninstalled it with the help of Boot Camp Assistant and I received no error message. This was successful and Windows was removed. I now wish to reinstall, but BCA can not find the space. I only have one APFS container that contains all my space and Terminal displays a lot of unallocated space.

I have been looking for four hours and have met a lot of people who were having problems and who were not using BCA or had a usage error, but I do not know what to do when BCA was successful.

I am on a MBP mid-2012 under Mojave. I understand that there are differences between older and newer Macs when using Boot Camp.

I know that I can clean up installing Mojave and restore from Time Machine before using Boot Camp for the first time, but I rather avoid it and I am afraid of using BCA again, when I had a problem even though he has not encountered any error. I want to reinstall Windows.

Workflow Manager – Unable to update the expired ServiceBus certificate

My servicebus has an expired certificate. I would like to change it.

I tried the following

PS C:  Program Files  Bus Service 1.0> Set-SBCertificate -SBFarmDBConnectionString
& # 39; Data source = MYDBSERVER  MYINSTANCE; Initial Catalog = SbManagementDB; integrat
Security ed = True -FarmCertThumbprint & # 39; dac7fc30d5c534a151d3f21cbdee557ea9abfdfa & # 39;

Set-SBCertificate: Requested certificate with digital imprint
6450F755020335011BC6D6B5522675DCF15EC94A not found in certificate store
LocalMachine  My.

6450F755020335011BC6D6B5522675DCF15EC94A is the imprint of the expired certificate

I have tried to follow this article. But after running certutil -repairstore my "serial number" and get-sbfarm, I get one more time:

get-sbfarm: requested certificate with digital thumbprint
6450F755020335011BC6D6B5522675DCF15EC94A not found in certificate store
LocalMachine  My.
At the line: 1 character: 1
+ get-sbfarm

So, how can I change an expired certificate for ServiceBus?

Network – Unable to Access the IIS Web Server Externally

I have tested my IIS web server for 3 days. I am able to access the website internally via the internal static IP address 192.168.1.201 from different devices on the network. I've configured port forwarding on my Verizon router to forward all incoming requests from the external audience to the internal port 80 of the Windows 10 desktop on which my IIS server is installed. I have completely disabled all firewall settings on Windows 10. I have also completely uninstalled all anti-virus applications. Even after opening all these doors, whenever I access the website, I use the url http: // public-ip-address: port #. I received the message "This site can not be reached". For the general public, I have no problem accessing port 80 from other devices connected to the same Verizon router. It is therefore clear that there is a problem with Windows 10 or the configuration of my IIS server. Or it may be that the router is having trouble transferring the port. I'm just guessing. I do not know. It's been 3 days and countless hours, but I'm still not able to find any clue as to why this is happening. Can someone who has experienced a similar situation can help me ?! Thank you for all your help!

Screenshots of my settings:
Port Forwarding
Port Liaison

postgresql – Unable to remove user's view privileges from the user

Legacy database for me, pg version 9.6.12 running on a linux friend.

I have a user (& # 39; example_user & # 39;) that i would like to delete. I've confirmed that & # 39; example_user & # 39; does not have any object. However, when I run DROP USER & # 39; user_example; I receive this error (I truncated for the sake of brevity):

exampledb = # removes the user & # 39; user_example;
ERROR: the role & # 39; example_user & # 39; can not be deleted because some objects depend on it
DETAIL: privileges for the materialized view "example-prod" .view_foo
privileges for the materialized view "example-prod" .view_bar
privileges for the materialized view "example-dev" .view_foo
privileges for the materialized view "example-dev" .view_bar

I've tried about 15 different revocation statements to try to remove privileges, and in some cases, Postgres does not even complain. For example:

exampledb = # revokes all privileges on all tables in the public schema from "user_example";
REVOKE

# OR

revoke all privileges on "example-prod" .view_foo of "user_example";
REVOKE

I've tried countless different revocations on schemas, views, databases and nothing seems to work. Privileges are not removed and I get the same errors when I try to delete the user. I do not know if it is related in any way, but pg complains if I do not quote twice the user.

How can these specific privileges, or even all privileges, be removed from this user? Are there any other strategies for removing this user if I do not have to worry about object preservation or privileges?

Thank you!

SQL SERVER connection Time out, unable to connect (OS LINUX SERVER)

In fact, I'm not good at Linux integration. But anyway I managed it. But since a few days, I am faced with this problem. SQL Server does not connect to my application. Have an error

System.AggregateException: One or more errors occurred. (A network-related or instance-specific error occurred while establishing a connection to SQL Server.) The server was not found or inaccessible, verify that the name of the server was not found. instance is correct and that SQL Server is configured to allow remote connections. (Provider: TCP Provider, Error: 40 – Can not open a connection to SQL Server) "—>

I am very worried about my data which is very important to me. I've also checked the name of the instance and the password, which is correct.

When I try to connect with SQLCMD
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when trying to run dotnet WebApp.dll
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What I've found is that the SQL Server services are down. I have tried to restart several times but I have not worked. Also tried to search everywhere even I complained about the digital ocean. But did not get an appropriate answer.

Even I do not have backup of my database.

linux – Unable to download .p12 certificate from a local Mac on a remote crawl server on AWS ec2 – bitnami

I know how to download the .p12 cert for iOS push notifications – via Heroku or Back4App.
However, my Parse server is hosted on an ec2 AWS instance with a Bitnami image.
Therefore, I can only interact with my server via my device.
I have tried to download the PFX (.p12) from my local machine via scp something like this:

scp -i /Path/To/My/Certificates.p12 ubuntu @ server_ip: / home

but I receive the following error in the terminal:

Load key "/Path/To/My/Certificates.p12": Invalid format ubuntu @ server_ip: permission denied (publickey).

Unfortunately there is poor documentation on how to download p12 files without GUI, like Back4App / Heroku.

I would be so very happy if someone could help me on this.

T.I.A

pkcs12 – Unable to get information from a PKCS certificate

I detected the communication between the client and the server with the help of Wireshark and I discovered that during the handshake session, the client sends his certificate to the server.

I managed to get the client certificate, which is a PKCS, that looks like this: Formatted certificate and looks like this:

MIIQuQIBAzCCEH8GCSqGSIb3DQEHAaCCEHAEghBsMIIQaDCCCx8GCSqGSIb3DQEHBqCCCxAwggsMAgEAMIILBQYJKoZIhvcNAQcBMBwGCiqGSIb3DQEMAQYwDgQIYreCShA7AXACAggAgIIK2G6f / JD / 1VqmZGehnd4f6UQ89fDrRUJ1tugG3ncL6ewz8iD / viVbdDtYD2 CYQaXAu2jx4ePRw9ohippdK3pQLPPDzjzN7p4RmmsdCc3F8lVEmVkDq2IRzB1BSmZ3HK6PU5v5BvUQmIqZpijUiLCLdn7dKNTyvjFFKDfGS0oy5JVYr + + + O5WS1CqxfafDtwrX iCiHMzDulGYVldb9 FHV8SMKkiiwjszih3 + + + HgO S6DVa3Cyfir3KEa9G2MBh2VkeQgCQdw893WAyFbIwHdB9QWWkwSWk4FGCtXP4gZ0Vjprv0tRydxnAcxpish5b5vmG0uMtguRC2criPAyFhW1NlT2TqzlX / MJW + + shdh2FRvSyGlWqzcPdcT8Uks8BnZHpYOZVP9LbYVnO0X7bEAnNw6lsmbL4jxPJhAXGXX16vaXcCWLF s64qFG6j / Jp61Vf6MxJWiqaC2AWLIVfdh9FJjQlvKtoX04uK9abYdBEvJ / J3u + / + YIO7EIPiVwet1C23PRahybAQuGIXXHkk23rSDQ2AaIwnNBCBmW mv2RuraS5KOm7Lk / 9a9jWEWbjTYIMYSiy0PUFjhiZjjf3F1E4OqHGhbmCn3uhiYBGUXLRD8D33R9kMpzg1CAKq5ZOOyMkcNy2TWiWFB0ykQNuaPoOaoiXtsJiGEM / 9ejhFQzOB28GiE3DG7xRfOb / BQTgjPzzAtfs1yXalzWu9CgguVZ / 7 / wL9sQVO29BWYwZQvbizEGczmPcHnzK4ft81bK1Ap4jZDvqSEfOBbH6j2BNw1d9hPUF / kjaccm / 2jKkJTG4z QSz7RzxNs3w + QrYryc5sx8sQgcnYyGemirizHoNahbQU9RI zjP3lE0IjTuYl // DVXlVMXMu6JuLGwlC1F5wZ108NH1gUBC / Hepz8PXbwqB + exuSFNO51Mfg8kPTekO7wMTJK6OVBFkHi5QQLiL1PZSTtD4ypfL8BA / BFpm8A5N6ERCIwK5h8AOFdUO58iYeH98lSdppbwEQL7cMsSFczvBMJgiSfcflmPR1 / mDEJtC9lqXt4pXhxbLSwMLB / CKaAMKBR6O3Ej6KVOsH2gOt2xGSHW08EURLXBLkvaFEpFi7JYg + N9UAWfS9eCNiLD6KKPCf1eBtJXfN3AR / n8 / qouhOeub MEHXNIaUoBpwaH + + + 68ezDh7EAId9ytZXkiDWO9XMJYvfDIcJHoAKSjEYpnMjr3C9FbUpMDm4Bzu2eDOPR5B9T3oXH HUDlSn6wERxNd79FgWuyUljZ2kQXIPLlKEgcCulAszHQeLEYgh / vbnwj / 4LZ LNehI6qyAphfEr1WOSfbVVGrZe0ekUDHi0hEifYm3sVwoiJHDE4Z0Qa + + + Hd + xHmGohVPrlvELNhcG7K1 MuNgTNAwxj40ix3qGQKEDfX
.........

That's all I have.

In addition, I have the password used to secure the certificate, but I can not get any information. I've tried the extensions p12 and .pfx in the file containing my certificate, and I tried to convert the PEM format using openssl pkcs12 -in certificate.pfx -out certificate.cer -nodes; It did not work!

I've also used the header / footer: —- BEGIN PKCS12 —– / —– END PKCS —– and I still can not convert it to pem.

Is there anything else I can try? Thank you.

Networking – UBUNTU 18.04wget: Unable to resolve the address of the host 'my.proxy & # 39;

I am new to the Linux world, especially in the UBUNTU operating system and networks.

I am working on a server with UBUNTU 18.04 and I have problems with everything that includes networking.
I have set in the wired network the correct proxy that I use on a 16.04 UBUNTU version (the configuration is identical to that of version 18.04).

I have tried several times to set the proxy from the beginning and most guides do not help me much.

Please, give your opinion.

linux – Unable to start Raise network interfaces. Ubuntu Hyper-V server

I run an Ubuntu virtual machine in Hyper-V.
At launch, an error occurred that did not start networking.

osis @ projmngsys: ~ $ sudo systemctl status networking
● networking.service - Increase network interfaces
Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/networking.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Drop-In: /run/systemd/generator/networking.service.d
└─50-insserv.conf- $ network.conf
Active: failed (result: exit code) since 2019-06-18 20:25:45 MSK; 14min ago
Docs: man: interfaces (5)
Process: 794 ExecStart = / sbin / ifup -a --read-environment (code = left, status = 1 / FAILURE)
Process: 778 ExecStartPre = / bin / sh -c [ "$CONFIGURE_INTERFACES" != "no" ] && [ -n "$(ifquery --read-environment --lis
 Main PID: 794 (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE)

июн 18 20:25:44 projmngsys systemd[1]: Starting Raise Network Interfaces ...
Friday 18 20:25:45 projmngsys ifup[794]: RTNETLINK Responds: The File Exists
Friday 18 20:25:45 projmngsys ifup[794]: Can not display eth0.
Thursday 18 20:25:45 projmngsys systemd[1]: networking.service: main process aborted, code = aborted, status = 1 / FAILURE
Thursday 18 20:25:45 projmngsys systemd[1]: Failed to start the Raise UI.
Thursday 18 20:25:45 projmngsys systemd[1]: networking.service: The unit went into failure state.
Thursday 18 20:25:45 projmngsys systemd[1]: networking.service: Failed with the result 'exit code'.

[2]+ Networking state sudo systemctl

Inside sudo nano / etc / network / interfaces j & # 39; have:

# This file describes the network interfaces available on your system.
# and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces (5).

source /etc/network/interfaces.d/*

# The loop network interface
auto lo
iface lo inet loopback

# The main network interface

auto eth0
iface eth0 static inet
address 192.168.1.69
#netmask 255.255.0.0
# gateway 192.168.1.254
# dns-nameservers 8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4 192.168.1.254
# dns-search google.com

In this regard, the issue of configuring Ubuntu and Hyper-V step by step, so that the Internet and SSH work on it.

P.S.

osis @ projmngsys: ~ $ ip link show
1: lo:  mtu 65536 qdisc status noqueue mode UNKNOWN default mode of group DEFAULT qlen 1
link / loopback 00: 00: 00: 00: 00: 00 breakfast: 00: 00: 00: 00: 00: 00
2: eth0:  mtu 1500 qdisc status pfifo_fast mode up DEFAULT group default qlen 1000
link / ether 00: 15: 5d: 64: 26: 04 brd ff: ff: ff: ff: ff: ff

osis @ projmngsys: ~ $ sudo lshw -C network | grep's name
logical name: eth0

osis @ projmngsys: ~ $ ifconfig -a
eth0 Encapsulated link: Ethernet HWaddr 00: 15: 5d: 64: 26: 04
inet addr: 192.168.1.69 Bcast: 192.168.1.255 Mask: 255.255.255.0
inet6 addr: 2a00: 1370: 8125: dfcc: 215: 5dff: fe64: 2604/64 Scope: Overall
inet6 addr: fda5: efaf: 2260: 1: 215: 5dff: fe64: 2604/64 Scope: global
inet6 addr: fe80 :: 215: 5dff: fe64: 2604/64 Scope: Link
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU: 1500 Metric: 1
RX Packages: 7082 errors: 0 aborted: 0 exceedances: 0 frame: 0
TX Packages: 4055 errors: 0 abandoned: 0 exceedances: 0 operator: 0
collisions: 0 txqueuelen: 1000
RX Bytes: 1053006 (1.0 MB) TX Bytes: 4096922 (4.0 MB)

lo Link encap: Local Loopback
inet addr: 127.0.0.1 Mask: 255.0.0.0
inet6 addr: :: 1/128 Scope: host
UP LOOPBACK RUNNING MTU: 65536 Metric: 1
RX packages: 203528 errors: 0 dropped: 0 exceedances: 0 frame: 0
TX Packages: 203528 errors: 0 abandoned: 0 exceedances: 0 carrier: 0
collisions: 0 txqueuelen: 1
RX Bytes: 180782039 (180.7 MB) TX Bytes: 180782039 (180.7 MB)

osis @ projmngsys: ~ $ sudo nano /etc/resolv.conf – clear file

osis @ projmngsys: ~ $ sudo nano / etc / hosts
127.0.0.1 localhost

# The following lines are desirable for IPv6-compatible hosts
:: 1 localhost ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
ff02 :: 1 ip6-allnodes
ff02 :: 2 ip6-allrouters