Friday, February 19, 2016

Computer Software | Remotely Set IP Address, Gateway, Subnet, or DNS Server

Description
A free Desktop application for LAN that allow you to manage, set or change the IP Address, Gateway, Subnet, or DNS Server remotely, it is also allow you to set to auto dhcp or auto dns.

Compatibility:
Server side: Windows XP 32bit, Windows 7 32bit

Client side: Windows XP 32bit, Windows 7 32bit

Requirement
dot NET framework v4.

In order to work in windows XP and windows 7 pls. read the readme.txt file.





New update version 1.3.3.1004

Added Computer Information Tab. See the screenshot.



Note: If you change your client IP and Subnetmask it will take several minutes before this application response.


In order to work on every clients follow these steps


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For Windows XP: 

1. Enable Network and Printer sharing, follow these steps:

a. Click on 'Start' and then 'My Network Places'.

b. In the left hand column under 'Network Tasks' click on 'View Network Connections'.

c. In the 'Network Connections' window you will see a list of the networks your computer is connected to, arranged in groups. Under the 'LAN or High-Speed Internet' group will be your 'Local Area Connection'.

d. Right click on the 'Local Area Connection' icon and click on 'Properties' to open the 'Local Area Connection Properties' window.

e. Under the 'General' tab there is a box which lists the clients, services and protocols used in this connection. There should be a tick in the box for 'File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks'. If it is not ticked then click on the box to put a tickmark there.

f. Click 'OK' to close the window.

g. You may be asked to reboot the computer. Once rebooted the file and printer sharing service will be running.


2. if your server side has an administrator password, you need to create a password for client side. To set your personal administrator account's password follow these steps:

a. open the Control Panel and select the "User Accounts" option.

b. Select your personal administrator account and then click "Create a password".

c. click ok.


3. disable windows firewall, if windows firewall was enabled follow these steps:

a. Run services.msc and ensure “Windows Management Instrumentation” service Startup Type is set to Automatic.

b. Click start menu, click run, type cmd and click ok.

b. From the command prompt, run the following command: “netsh firewall set service RemoteAdmin  enable”

c. From the command prompt, run the following command: “netsh firewall add portopening protocol=tcp port=135 name=DCOM_TCP135”

c. From the command prompt, run the following command: “netsh firewall set portopening tcp 445 smb enable”



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For Windows 7:

1. Enable network discovery, file and printer sharing:

a. Click on "Start", and then open "Control Panel".

b. Click to go to "Network and Internet".

c. Click "Network and Sharing Center".

d. Click on "Change advanced sharing settings" in the left panel.

e. Check the "turn on network discovery and turn on file and printers sharing" box, and then click on "Save changes".


2. Set your personal administrator account's password:

a. open the Control Panel and select the "User Accounts" option.

b. Select your personal administrator account and then click "Create a password".

c. click ok.


3. Add Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) to your Windows firewall exceptions. To enable WMI traffic using firewall UI follow these steps:

a. In the Control Panel, click "System and Security" and then click "Windows Firewall".

b. On the left panel click "Allow a program or feature through Windows firewall"

c. Click Change Settings and then tick "Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)" and tick private and public.

d. click ok.


4. to add LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy to the registry follow this step:

a. Start the computer in Audit mode. To do this, press Ctrl+Shift+F3 at the Windows Welcome screen.

b. Follow these steps to manually edit the registry:

c. Click Start, type regedit in the Start Search box, and then click regedit.exe in the Programs list.

d. Locate and then click the following registry subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\policies\system

e. On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click DWORD Value.

f. Type "LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy" for the name of the DWORD, and then press ENTER.

g. Right-click LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy, and then click Modify.

h. In the Value data box, type 1, and then click OK.

i. Exit Registry Editor.

j. Restart your PC.




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