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Employed as a Network Security Research Analyst. IT professional with certifications in Comp Tia Network +, Security +, RedHat Certified Systems Admin, and Certified Ethical Hacker. Has 100’s of course hours in Digital Network Analysis and General Telecommunications Networking. Graduate of a Communications Signals Collection and Processing course as well as the Army Network Warfare Battalions Computer Network Operations Technical Course. Qualifications include over 8.5 years experience in the Communications realm as a signals and network analyst, prior SSG in the U.S. Army. Holds in depth knowledge of computer network architecture, design, and functionality.


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revised How do I determine which program is rerouting traffic on port 80?
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comment How do I determine which program is rerouting traffic on port 80?
Regarding your comment below. Do you have an SSH service running doing port forwarding? If that is the case then you need to configure your ssh_config files and remove the port forwarding.
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answered How do I determine which program is rerouting traffic on port 80?
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comment RDP application icon quality comparison
Do you have administrative rights on that machine? I just tried it with my own Win 2008 Server and I replicated exactly what you had and fixed it by changing the color.
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comment RDP application icon quality comparison
Do this. RDP into your Windows 2008 machine. Right click on the Desktop. Select Personalize. Select Display Settings. Click the Drop down under Colors and select Highest (32 bit). Let me know if it changes then.
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comment RDP application icon quality comparison
Did you already try adjusting the color depth and resolution inside the RDP session on 2008?
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