#StackBounty: #windows #networking #network-shares Cannot see computers on network

Bounty: 50

I have three windows 10 machines on a network, on the same default network WORKGROUP.

One of them can see all three, call it Media-PC. The other two can only see each other but not Media-PC, call them desktop-1 & desktop-2.

I have turned on the following services, DNS Client, Function Discovery, SSDP Discovery & UPnP Service. Network discovery is running on all three machines. I can ping all three computers from each other.

I cannot figure out why desktop-1 & 2 can’t see Media-PC. Media-PC can see them but they can only see each other.

Hope someone can help me with this.


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#StackBounty: #windows #network-shares Cannot see computers on network

Bounty: 50

I have three windows 10 machines on a network, with the same default workgroup name WORKGROUP one of them can see all three of them the other two can only see each other, but not the one that can see all of them. I have turned on the following services, DNS Client, Function Discovery, SSDP Discovery & UPnP Service. Network discovery is running on all the machines. I can ping all the computers from each other but cannot figure out why I can’t see the one computer call it Media-PC. So Media-PC can see desktop-1 & desktop-2 but desktop-1 and desktop-2 can only see each other not Media-PC but Media-PC can see all of them. Ok, hope someone can help me with this.


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#StackBounty: #windows #qemu #arm #emulation How to emulate ARM64 programs in Windows X64 with Qemu?

Bounty: 50

I’ve downloaded the Windows ARM64 ISO from https://uup.rg-adguard.net/ and open it with Qemu as in this article. But Qemu is so slow to emulate the whole Windows ARM64 OS (I know emulation << hypervisor). Hence I thought if it possible to emulate a single executable (like arp, ping etc) in Qemu (or with other programs). If yes then how can I do that? If not then why?


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#StackBounty: #windows #powershell #windows-server-2016 #winrm #window-server-2012 Where is WinRMRemoteWMIUsers__ local group in Window…

Bounty: 200

With Windows Server 2012 R2 I can use the group WinRMRemoteWMIUsers__ to enable remote PowerShell execution via -CimSession for non-admin users. However, the group is missing on my Windows Server 2016 machines and I do not see any replacement for it except the Remote Management Users group. However it seems to me that it grants wider permissions than WinRMRemoteWMIUsers__.

Where is the WinRMRemoteWMIUsers__ group in Windows Server 2016?


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#StackBounty: #windows #ssh #putty #tortoise-git PuTTyGen- Couldn't load private key(unable to open file)

Bounty: 50

Step 1: Generating SSH Key

1.From the command line, enter ssh-keygen. (if you get an error in the command window, check if C:Program FilesGitusrbin is part of your path)
The command prompts you for a file to save the key in

  1. Press enter to accept the default key and path, /c/Users//.ssh/id_rsa.

  2. Enter and re-enter a passphrase when prompted.

  3. The command creates your default identity with its public and private keys.

2.Configuring tortoise-git

  1. Load the ssh key generated previously(id_rsa). it will prompt you to select the file. (default path of the ssh keys C:Users.ssh)
  2. While loading it will ask for passphrase.. enter the passphrase that was given earlier. After this step putty will load the certificate.

  3. Once the certificate is loaded, click on the ‘Save private key’ button. it will prompt for picking the folder in which the file to be saved. Better to keep it in the same one as ssh key folder (C:Users.ssh). specify the filename also.

  4. Now you have to configure the TortoiseGit with the generated key file. right click on the repo folder select TortoiseGit>Settings

  5. In the settings screen select Git > Remote

  6. In remote screen, select origin.. it will populate the URL and other fields.

  7. Click on the ellipses against the Putty Key field and select the private key file that was generated with puttygen.

The file format of the private key is

PuTTY-User-Key-File-2 : XXXXX

Encryption: none

Comment: RRRR

Public-Lines: MMM

LLLLLL

Private-Lines: OOOOOOO

KKKKKKKK

Private-MAC: XXXXXXX

enter image description here

Updated screenshot

The error was

Couldn’t load private key(unable to open file)

enter image description here
The file has read-write permission. Apart from this private key has a passphrase, I think it would be the reason for the error.


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#StackBounty: #windows #ssh #putty #tortoise-git PuTTyGen- Couldn't load private key(unable to open file)

Bounty: 50

Step 1: Generating SSH Key

1.From the command line, enter ssh-keygen. (if you get an error in the command window, check if C:Program FilesGitusrbin is part of your path)
The command prompts you for a file to save the key in

  1. Press enter to accept the default key and path, /c/Users//.ssh/id_rsa.

  2. Enter and re-enter a passphrase when prompted.

  3. The command creates your default identity with its public and private keys.

2.Configuring tortoise-git

  1. Load the ssh key generated previously(id_rsa). it will prompt you to select the file. (default path of the ssh keys C:Users.ssh)
  2. While loading it will ask for passphrase.. enter the passphrase that was given earlier. After this step putty will load the certificate.

  3. Once the certificate is loaded, click on the ‘Save private key’ button. it will prompt for picking the folder in which the file to be saved. Better to keep it in the same one as ssh key folder (C:Users.ssh). specify the filename also.

  4. Now you have to configure the TortoiseGit with the generated key file. right click on the repo folder select TortoiseGit>Settings

  5. In the settings screen select Git > Remote

  6. In remote screen, select origin.. it will populate the URL and other fields.

  7. Click on the ellipses against the Putty Key field and select the private key file that was generated with puttygen.

The file format of the private key is

PuTTY-User-Key-File-2 : XXXXX

Encryption: none

Comment: RRRR

Public-Lines: MMM

LLLLLL

Private-Lines: OOOOOOO

KKKKKKKK

Private-MAC: XXXXXXX

enter image description here

Updated screenshot

The error was

Couldn’t load private key(unable to open file)

enter image description here
The file has read-write permission. Apart from this private key has a passphrase, I think it would be the reason for the error.


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#StackBounty: #windows #ssh #putty #tortoise-git PuTTyGen- Couldn't load private key(unable to open file)

Bounty: 50

Step 1: Generating SSH Key

1.From the command line, enter ssh-keygen. (if you get an error in the command window, check if C:Program FilesGitusrbin is part of your path)
The command prompts you for a file to save the key in

  1. Press enter to accept the default key and path, /c/Users//.ssh/id_rsa.

  2. Enter and re-enter a passphrase when prompted.

  3. The command creates your default identity with its public and private keys.

2.Configuring tortoise-git

  1. Load the ssh key generated previously(id_rsa). it will prompt you to select the file. (default path of the ssh keys C:Users.ssh)
  2. While loading it will ask for passphrase.. enter the passphrase that was given earlier. After this step putty will load the certificate.

  3. Once the certificate is loaded, click on the ‘Save private key’ button. it will prompt for picking the folder in which the file to be saved. Better to keep it in the same one as ssh key folder (C:Users.ssh). specify the filename also.

  4. Now you have to configure the TortoiseGit with the generated key file. right click on the repo folder select TortoiseGit>Settings

  5. In the settings screen select Git > Remote

  6. In remote screen, select origin.. it will populate the URL and other fields.

  7. Click on the ellipses against the Putty Key field and select the private key file that was generated with puttygen.

The file format of the private key is

PuTTY-User-Key-File-2 : XXXXX

Encryption: none

Comment: RRRR

Public-Lines: MMM

LLLLLL

Private-Lines: OOOOOOO

KKKKKKKK

Private-MAC: XXXXXXX

enter image description here

Updated screenshot

The error was

Couldn’t load private key(unable to open file)

enter image description here
The file has read-write permission. Apart from this private key has a passphrase, I think it would be the reason for the error.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #windows #ssh #putty #tortoise-git PuTTyGen- Couldn't load private key(unable to open file)

Bounty: 50

Step 1: Generating SSH Key

1.From the command line, enter ssh-keygen. (if you get an error in the command window, check if C:Program FilesGitusrbin is part of your path)
The command prompts you for a file to save the key in

  1. Press enter to accept the default key and path, /c/Users//.ssh/id_rsa.

  2. Enter and re-enter a passphrase when prompted.

  3. The command creates your default identity with its public and private keys.

2.Configuring tortoise-git

  1. Load the ssh key generated previously(id_rsa). it will prompt you to select the file. (default path of the ssh keys C:Users.ssh)
  2. While loading it will ask for passphrase.. enter the passphrase that was given earlier. After this step putty will load the certificate.

  3. Once the certificate is loaded, click on the ‘Save private key’ button. it will prompt for picking the folder in which the file to be saved. Better to keep it in the same one as ssh key folder (C:Users.ssh). specify the filename also.

  4. Now you have to configure the TortoiseGit with the generated key file. right click on the repo folder select TortoiseGit>Settings

  5. In the settings screen select Git > Remote

  6. In remote screen, select origin.. it will populate the URL and other fields.

  7. Click on the ellipses against the Putty Key field and select the private key file that was generated with puttygen.

The file format of the private key is

PuTTY-User-Key-File-2 : XXXXX

Encryption: none

Comment: RRRR

Public-Lines: MMM

LLLLLL

Private-Lines: OOOOOOO

KKKKKKKK

Private-MAC: XXXXXXX

enter image description here

Updated screenshot

The error was

Couldn’t load private key(unable to open file)

enter image description here
The file has read-write permission. Apart from this private key has a passphrase, I think it would be the reason for the error.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #windows #ssh #putty #tortoise-git PuTTyGen- Couldn't load private key(unable to open file)

Bounty: 50

Step 1: Generating SSH Key

1.From the command line, enter ssh-keygen. (if you get an error in the command window, check if C:Program FilesGitusrbin is part of your path)
The command prompts you for a file to save the key in

  1. Press enter to accept the default key and path, /c/Users//.ssh/id_rsa.

  2. Enter and re-enter a passphrase when prompted.

  3. The command creates your default identity with its public and private keys.

2.Configuring tortoise-git

  1. Load the ssh key generated previously(id_rsa). it will prompt you to select the file. (default path of the ssh keys C:Users.ssh)
  2. While loading it will ask for passphrase.. enter the passphrase that was given earlier. After this step putty will load the certificate.

  3. Once the certificate is loaded, click on the ‘Save private key’ button. it will prompt for picking the folder in which the file to be saved. Better to keep it in the same one as ssh key folder (C:Users.ssh). specify the filename also.

  4. Now you have to configure the TortoiseGit with the generated key file. right click on the repo folder select TortoiseGit>Settings

  5. In the settings screen select Git > Remote

  6. In remote screen, select origin.. it will populate the URL and other fields.

  7. Click on the ellipses against the Putty Key field and select the private key file that was generated with puttygen.

The file format of the private key is

PuTTY-User-Key-File-2 : XXXXX

Encryption: none

Comment: RRRR

Public-Lines: MMM

LLLLLL

Private-Lines: OOOOOOO

KKKKKKKK

Private-MAC: XXXXXXX

enter image description here

Updated screenshot

The error was

Couldn’t load private key(unable to open file)

enter image description here
The file has read-write permission. Apart from this private key has a passphrase, I think it would be the reason for the error.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #windows #ssh #putty #tortoise-git PuTTyGen- Couldn't load private key(unable to open file)

Bounty: 50

Step 1: Generating SSH Key

1.From the command line, enter ssh-keygen. (if you get an error in the command window, check if C:Program FilesGitusrbin is part of your path)
The command prompts you for a file to save the key in

  1. Press enter to accept the default key and path, /c/Users//.ssh/id_rsa.

  2. Enter and re-enter a passphrase when prompted.

  3. The command creates your default identity with its public and private keys.

2.Configuring tortoise-git

  1. Load the ssh key generated previously(id_rsa). it will prompt you to select the file. (default path of the ssh keys C:Users.ssh)
  2. While loading it will ask for passphrase.. enter the passphrase that was given earlier. After this step putty will load the certificate.

  3. Once the certificate is loaded, click on the ‘Save private key’ button. it will prompt for picking the folder in which the file to be saved. Better to keep it in the same one as ssh key folder (C:Users.ssh). specify the filename also.

  4. Now you have to configure the TortoiseGit with the generated key file. right click on the repo folder select TortoiseGit>Settings

  5. In the settings screen select Git > Remote

  6. In remote screen, select origin.. it will populate the URL and other fields.

  7. Click on the ellipses against the Putty Key field and select the private key file that was generated with puttygen.

The file format of the private key is

PuTTY-User-Key-File-2 : XXXXX

Encryption: none

Comment: RRRR

Public-Lines: MMM

LLLLLL

Private-Lines: OOOOOOO

KKKKKKKK

Private-MAC: XXXXXXX

enter image description here

Updated screenshot

The error was

Couldn’t load private key(unable to open file)

enter image description here
The file has read-write permission. Apart from this private key has a passphrase, I think it would be the reason for the error.


Get this bounty!!!