Windows Search Not Working On Mapped Network Drives

To allow or enable Windows Search on Mapped Network Drives, the following must be performed on the local workstation, not the server:

1. Open Windows Explorer
2. On the upper menu bar, click on “Organize” and then select “Folder and Search Options” from the drop-down menu.
3. When the Folder Options settings appear, click on the “Search” tab
4. Go down to the section “How to Search”
5. Place a checkmark next to “Don’t use the index when searching in file folders for system files”
6. Click on “OK”

You should now be able to search Mapped Network Drives

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How To Reset VPN Tunnel On Cisco ASA

From time-to-time, you may find the need to reset a VPN tunnel on your ASA. This can be done easily by first identifying the IP address of the remote peer. Once that’s been identified, enter the following command in your ASA (replace {remote-peer-IP} with the actual IP address of course:

clear ipsec sa peer {remote-peer-IP}

Example:

clear ipsec sa peer 192.168.0.1

The following traffic will cause the IPSEC tunnel to be reestablished.

There will be a short outage on your VPN while the tunnel is being re-establishing. Attempt to ping through the tunnel to a remote host to verify the tunnel is back up.

How To Add Keywords To WordPress Theme Using Tags

Log into Admin panel
On the left-hand navigation menu, navigate to Appearance>Editor
On the right-hand side, find the header.php file
Locate the Title tag
Place the following code just below the title:

<meta name="keywords" content="<?php
$posttags = get_the_tags();
if ($posttags) {
  foreach($posttags as $tag) {
    echo $tag->name . ', '; 
  }
}
?>how to" />

I placed a generic tag “how to” at the end to avoid trailing my keywords with a lonely comma. My blog is mostly a How-To so it’s appropriate.

Then, press the “Update File” button.

To see the changes, view your post. Once it’s open, go to the Tools section in your browser and select View Source.

Your header area should display your keywords below your title area as such:

<meta name="keywords" content="add, function, keywords, tags, theme, wordpress, how to" />