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How to Resolve an Internal Website in your Browser?

How to Resolve an Internal Website in your Browser?
If you have an internal site / website on your network you are trying to access in your computer web browser but can’t, perform the following validation steps to help troubleshoot where the problem is and why you can’t access the site.   How to Resolve Intranet Website Internally?   1. Perform an nslookup (Windows or Mac). This will attempt to resolve the internal site name by your computer’s DNS to ensure the site is correctly setup by IP address.   2. In Internet Explorer (or the web browser your trying) append a forward slash “/” to the end of the web URL. You should always specify http or https in front of the URL if the site isn’t setup to redirect to the correct protocol.   3. Finally, ensure...

Mac Print Multiple PDF’s at Once

Mac Print Multiple PDF’s at Once
Do you have multiple PDF files you are trying to print in Mac OS X? You can save time by opening each PDF file and printing them individually. Instead, you can drag the PDF’s to your added printer’s print queue and have them print immediately. Follow the steps below.   1. Open your printer’s print queue. Go to -> System Preferences -> Printers & Scanners -> select your printer and choose Open Print Queue…   2. Next, select all your PDF files and drag them into the print queue window. This will immediately print your PDF’s.

Mac Find IP Address Terminal

Mac Find IP Address Terminal
When we need to find our Internet (external) IP address, we like to open our favorite web browser and simply type into Google my ip address. Sure enough, Google never fails us with the correct results. So is there a quicker and more efficient way to find out the public IP address your computer is sitting behind? You can use Terminal to find out your external IP address quickly.   1. Open Terminal Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal 2. We will use curl ifconfig.me command to output our Mac’s external IP Address. Ifconfig.me is a service that displays information about your Mac’s network connections settings. 3. Type the following command in Terminal to reveal your external IP Address. curl ifconfig.me 4. Your IP Address will display in Terminal. For all output of...

Mac Multiple Menu Bars

Mac Multiple Menu Bars
For users using with multiple displays with their Mac OS X computer, you can install a 3rd party tool to allow your default Mac X Menu Bar across every monitor you have. Keep in mind, since the release of Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9, you can allow your menu bar across multiple screens.   For previous versions of Mac X 10.9, you can install SecondBar here. Note: You can install and use SecondBar on the latest version of Mac X, however it remains unsupported.   1. After downloading SecondBar, the first time launching you will need to enable access for assistive devices. Click Ok then click Open System Preferences.    2. You will see SecondBar listed in Accessibility. Click the checkmark next Secondbar it to allow control.   3. You should...
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