04 Apr

How to set up multiple screens/monitors when connected to a server via Remote Desktop (RDP)

In the Below steps, we will describe How to set up multiple screens/monitors when connected to a server via Remote Desktop

1 Open Remote Desktop client.

2 Click Show Options from bottom left corner of the window.

3 Click Display tab from the top menu.

Remote Desktop Settings

4 Click checkbox Use all my monitors for the remote session.

5 Optional select Color Depth Profile. This improves performance over slower connections!

6 Click General tab from the top menu, then click Save to save your Settings.

Remote Desktop Settings

Enjoy!

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10 Feb

Kyocera Default Passwords Command Centre

Kyocera Default Passwords

Kyocera machine passwords: General rules

1.Most machines have a username and password to enter Machine Administrator mode. By default the username and password are identical. They usually consist of the A4 speed of the machine followed by 00. However, there are exceptions where a machine will have the same combination of username and password as the rest of the machines in the same model group.
2. Some machines have a Machine Administrator and an Administrator, who have different permissions. The default username and password for the Administrator is Admin and Admin
2.There are two main variations of Kyocera Command Center. If your version has Kyocera Command Center RX at the top of the page then you will have a default username of Admin and default password of Admin. If you do not have the RX version there will either be no password or a default password of admin00.

Command Center Username & Password   Machine Username & Password
             
Model Username Password   Model Username Password
Monochrome Monochrome
FS-2100DN Admin Admin FS-2100DN Admin Admin
FS-4100DN Admin Admin FS-4100DN Admin Admin
FS-4200DN Admin Admin FS-4200DN Admin Admin
FS-4300DN Admin Admin FS-4300DN Admin Admin
FS-1028MFP admin00 FS-1028MFP 2800 2800
FS-1030MFP admin00 FS-1030MFP 3000 3000
FS-1035MFP admin00 FS-1035MFP 3500 3500
FS-1128MFP admin00 FS-1128MFP 2800 2800
FS-1130MFP admin00 FS-1130MFP 3000 3000
FS-1135MFP admin00 FS-1135MFP 3500 3500
FS-3040MFP admin00 FS-3040MFP 4000 4000
FS-3140MFP admin00 FS-3140MFP 4000 4000
FS-3140MFP+ admin00 FS-3140MFP+ 4000 4000
FS-3540MFP admin00 FS-3540MFP Admin Admin
FS-3640MFP admin00 FS-3640MFP Admin Admin
FS-6525MFP Admin Admin FS-6525MFP 2500 2500
FS-6530MFP Admin Admin FS-6530MFP 3000 3000
KM-2560 Nothing Nothing when default KM-2560 2500 2500
KM-3060 KM-3060 3000 3000
620 when 620 6200
820 820 8200
181 default 181 1800
221 221 2200
255 admin00 255 Admin Admin
305 admin00 305 Admin Admin
300i admin00 300i 3000 3000
420i admin00 420i 4200 4200
520i No Default admin00 520i 5200 5200
3500i Admin Admin 3500i 3500 3500
4500i Admin Admin 4500i 4500 4500
5500i Admin Admin 5500i 5500 5500
6500i Admin Admin 6500i 6500 6500
8000i Admin Admin 8000i 8000 8000
Command Center Username & Password   Machine Username & Password
Color   Color
FS-C2526MFP admin00 FS-C2526MFP Admin Admin
FS-C2626MFP admin00 FS-C2626MFP Admin Admin
205c Nothing when default admin00 205c Admin Admin
255c admin00 255c Admin Admin
250ci admin00 250ci 2500 2500
300ci admin00 300ci 3000 3000
400ci admin00 400ci 4000 4000
500ci admin00 500ci 5000 5000
552ci admin00 552ci 5500 5500
2550ci Admin Admin 2550ci 2500 2500
3050ci Admin Admin 3050ci 3000 3000
3550ci Admin Admin 3550ci 3500 3500
4550ci Admin Admin 4550ci 4500 4500
5550ci Admin Admin 5550ci 5500 5500
6550ci Admin Admin 6550ci 6500 6500
7550ci Admin Admin 7550ci 8000 8000

 

Model No. Default Admin Name Default Admin Password Kyocera Command Centre Password
 TASKalfa 181 1800 1800 admin00
 TASKalfa 221 2200 2200 admin00
 TASKalfa 300i 3000 3000 admin00
 TASKalfa 420i 4200 4200 admin00
 TASKalfa 520i 5200 5200 admin00
 TASKalfa 620 6200 6200 admin00
 TASKalfa 820 8200 8200 admin00
 TASKalfa 3500i 3500 3500 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 TASKalfa 4500i 4500 4500 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 TASKalfa 5500i 5500 5500 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 TASKalfa 6500i 6500 6500 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 TASKalfa 8000i 8000 8000 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 TASKalfa 250ci 2500 2500 admin00
 TASKalfa 300ci 3000 3000 admin00
 TASKalfa 400ci 4000 4000 admin00
 TASKalfa 500ci 5000 5000 admin00
 TASKalfa 552ci 5500 5500 admin00
 TASKalfa 2550ci 2500 2500 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 TASKalfa 3050ci 3000 3000 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 TASKalfa 3550ci 3500 3500 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 TASKalfa 4550ci 4500 4500 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 TASKalfa 5550ci 5500 5500 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 TASKalfa 6550ci 6500 6500 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 TASKalfa 7550ci 8000 8000 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 KM-1650 1600 1600 none
 KM-2050 2000 2000 none
 KM-2550 2500 2500 none
 KM-2560 2500 2500 none
 KM-3050 5050 5050 none
 KM-3060 3000 3000 none
 KM-4050 5050 5050 none
 KM-5050 5050 5050 none
 FS-2100DN 4000 4000 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 FS-4100DN 4500 4500 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 FS-4200DN 5000 5000 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 FS-4300DN 6000 6000 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 FS-1028MFP 2800 2800 admin00
 FS-1030MFP 3000 3000 admin00
 FS-1035MFP 3500 3500 admin00
 FS-1128MFP 2800 2800 admin00
 FS-1130MFP 3000 3000 admin00
 FS-1135MFP 3500 3500 admin00
 FS-3040MFP 4000 4000 admin00
 FS-3140MFP 4000 4000 admin00
 FS-3140MFP+ 4000 4000 admin00
 FS-3540MFP 4000 4000 admin00
 FS-3640MFP 4000 4000 admin00
 FS-6525MFP 2500 2500 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 FS-6530MFP 3000 3000 Admin/Admin
(User name/Password)
 FS-C2026MFP 2600 2600 admin00
 FS-C2126MFP 2600 2600 admin00
 FS-C2526MFP 2600 2600 admin00
 FS-C2626MFP 2600 2600 admin00
 FS-C5100DN 5100 5100 admin00
 FS-C5200DN 5200 5200 admin00
 FS-C5300DN 5300 5300 admin00
 FS-C5350DN 3000 3000 admin00
 FS-C5400DN 3500 3500 admin00
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05 May

Migrate Xenserver vm to Vmware

Changing hardware and hyper-visors can be challenging, especially from Xen to vmWare ESXI 6!

What I had to try and was not successful or was time-consuming:

1 Export Xenserver vm to OVF format and try to import in vmWare vSphere – the process of exporting was terribly slow and over 15Gb of data exported would just hang long periods of time before adding some extra megs of data to the exported file. (not suitable for bigger vm’s)

2 Export vm to XVA format with XenCenter, then follow the tutorial found here but for some reason, I did not manage to get same results on step described at section 2.3, still, this could be my mistake or maybe the poorly described steps in the respective tutorial.

 

The How to MIGRATE Xenserver vm to Vmware ESXI 6 tutorial.

Below I will describe how we managed to migrate successfully a Linux vm from XenServer to Vmware. the purpose of the following tutorial is to serve others as a sample. Different configurations might require small adjustments to the migration process!

 

1. ALWAYS Backup – export your vm to XVA via XenCenter as it seems it is the most reliable form of backup for XenServer.

2. Take note of the Disk of the VM you intend to migrate.  WinSCP or any other piece of software that give’s you access to XenServer Host Storage, navigate to “/var/run/sr-mount/” browse each folder and find the corresponding VHD.

3. Copy the VHD file out of the Xenserver Storage.

4. Use StarWind V2V  and convert VHD file to VMDK.

5. Create a Linux VM with similar hardware configuration like the one you intended to migrate.

6. Copy the generated VMDK file on Vmware Datastore in “/vms/volumes/xxx-xxxx-xxx-xxxx/createdVMname/”  xxx-xxxx-xxx-xxxx holds place for the folder where vm was created in (just browse each weird named folder and find your VM storage)

7. Login over ssh in Vmware machine and navigate to “/vms/volumes/xxx-xxxx-xxx-xxxx/createdVMname/”

8. Run this command: “vmkfstools -i your-copied-file-name.vmdk your-new-filename-converted.vmdk -d thin” Replace file names with corresponding names.

9 Go to vSphere and EDIT Settings of the VM, by adding a new Hard Disk, Select “USE AN EXISTING VIRTUAL DISK”, Browse Datastore1 for “your-new-filename-converted.vmdk” (file name is whatever you named the converted file in step 8)

10 Remove any other Hard disks and leave the “your-new-filename-converted.vmdk” imported one ONLY.

11. Power your VM and you should be able to Login in your migrated VM.


12 Setup your network,

Enjoy your migrated VM! 🙂

 

 

 

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21 Apr

Performance increase on Arknet hosting Servers

We took necessary time and upgraded our Hosting servers infrastructure to better serve our clients!

Some of the Benefits you will have are:

  • Super fast website  content delivery (offering your clients / website visitors a pleasant experience).
  • Increased reliability of our new hardware.
  • Improvements to our Web servers to accommodate best WordPress hosting.
  • Optimised Database servers

We tested previous network performance and overall we manager to improve it considerable.

Most of our clients will benefit 3 x faster page loads… THAT IS SOMETHING!

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