QuiteRSS is an open-source RSS/Atom feed reader with the aim to make it quite fast and comfortable for user. QuiteRSS is written in Qt/С++, and available for Linux, Windows, OS X, OS/2. QuiteRSS comes with following features; Embedded browser (Webkit core), Feed and news filters: new, unread, starred, deleted (for news until restart application), User filters, Proxy configuration: automatic or manual, Feed import wizard: Search feed URL if site URL was entered, Adblock and many more QuiteRSS 0.
I will be showing us how to install and configure a Windows Server 2012 VPN connection. This post would focus on simple basic setup for a test environment with a single NIC on the Internal network behind a firewall. Steps: – Start the Server Manager – Click Add Roles and Features from the Manage Menu – On Add Roles and Features wizard begins and click Next – Select the Role-based or feature-based installation option and click Next – If you have more than one server managed via the server manager console, then select the desired server you’d like to install Routing and Remote Access on – From the Roles lists select Remote Access, click Add Features on the popup window – Click Next – No additional features required at this point, click Next – Have a quick read on what DirectAccess & RRAS VPN is, then click Next – Select DirectAccess and VPN (RAS), click Next – Click Next after reading this if you care 🙂 – Accept default selections and click Next – Review the confirmation page and click Install to begin – When installation is completed, click Close Go to Page2: Post deployment and configuration