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Mac OS X – taking screenshot and save it to clipboard

October 14, 2015 by @HKw@! | No Comments | Filed in Mac OS X

To capture a screenshot in Mac OS X, it is very easy to do it. I already shared the tutorial on how to capture screenshot in Mac OS X, you may click HERE to view my previous tutorial.

In Mac OS X, captured screen shot will be automatically saved as a PNG file on your desktop with the filename starting  followed by a number. But, do you know that you can just paste the screenshot directly to program like PowerPoint or word instead of save it on Desktop?

To do it, just refer the following shortcut key:- Read the rest of this entry »

How to setup Software Switch on Fortigate Firewall

October 13, 2015 by @HKw@! | 1 Comment | Filed in Firewall, Fortinet

FortinetAs per my standard practice before start configure Fortigate Firewall, i will change the Firewall to Interface mode which physical interfaces of the FortiGate unit are configured and handled individually, with each interface having its own IP address.. Reasons for doing this include additional hardware port for routing, or additional ports for difference network.

There is a scenario that my customer would like to use some of the ports of the Fortigate Firewall as a switch port with same subnet. To achieve my customer requirement, implementation of Software Switch in Fortigate Firewall can meet my customer requirement.

  • The Software Switch Interface is to be named LAN.
  • Its members are port1, port2, port3 and port4.
  • IP Address:

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Mac OS X – Mount SMB vi Command Line

October 2, 2015 by @HKw@! | 1 Comment | Filed in Mac OS X

Recently i tried to upgrade my Mac OS X 10.10 to OS X El Capitan. After upgrade, i noticed that there is an issue connect smb share via Finder -> Connect to Server

As i need to access Samba server to access some important files for my work, i try to access Samba Server via command line.

Below are the steps to mount network share via command line.:-

First, create a folder called “test” somewhere in your home directory (wherever). Then open a terminal and type

mount -t smbfs //user@server_IP/sharename test

From the Finder, look in your home directory for the ‘test’ folder. It should appear to be an alias. Once you click it, the mounted volume will appear on your desktop.

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