Noterler Birliği XML Yazdırma Sorunu Noterler birliği meşruhat yazdirma sorunu [ ÇÖZÜLDÜ ]

Meşruhat ekranında dosyayı masaüstüne kaydedin

Kaydettiğiniz Dosyaya Sağ Tıklayın

Birlikte Aç Deyin

Varsayılan Programı Seç Deyin

İnternet Explorer'ı Seçin

Tamam'a Basın

Tekrar Noterler Birliği Sayfasına Dönün

Aynı Dosyayı Tıklayın Bu Sefer Aç Deyin

Sonra Yazdır Deyin

Filezilla Error: Could not connect to server Filezilla Connect to server Hatası [ Çözüldü ]

Error: Could not connect to server

Filezilla açılırken Error: Could not connect to server hatası veriyor ise port ayarları ile oynamış olabilirsiniz

Connect to server ayarları

server adres : port ise 14147

HI, I'm having a similar problem. I recently setup Filezilla to transfer files from my desktop to laptop, and managed to make it work.
Now I would like to be able to access my desktop from outside my house. I have already read the networking page, but as I'm new I'm still confused.
I can connect client & server, on the same network using internal IP address 192.168.x.x fine, but when i try to use my external IP address 87.81.x.x is not working. 

I am connected to a different network, as I think I read that I cannot use the external IP address, if both machine are on the same network.

Both machines running Win7. Filezilla is allowed on both Win Firewalls

I'm not really sure of where do i have to put this address. Tried to set it to be used in client's active mode, and server passive mode, but still not working. Even tried to use it on the server starting window instead then the standard which i think is a loop to my desktop, but I get an "Error, could not connect to server"

I'm using a Netgear DG834G router and under Firewall rules I have allowed Outbound for FTP, but for Inbound, if I use 87.81.x.x I get error "IP address is illegal" 

So at the moment I'm lost. I'm sure there is something silly I am missing but can't see it :? 
I'll be great if someone can point me in the right direction.


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Windows 7 Home Premiumda Administrator Hesabını Açma veya Kapatma activating administrator on windows 7 home premium

Başlat > Arama Kısmına CMD yazın Çıkan Programa Sağ Tıklayın Yönetici Olarak Çalıştır Deyin

Etkinleştirmek için

Komut Satırına "net user administrator /active:yes"  yazıp enter'a basın

Devredışı Bırakmak İçin

Komut Satırına "net user administrator /active:no"  yazıp enter'a basın

activating administrator on windows 7 home premium

I used the transfer utility to transfer my credentials from a windows business laptop to a brand new laptop with windows home premium on it. When I got to windows hp I found out that my account was a standard account instead of an administrators account - even through the account says Admistrator type when I drilled down it was set to standard and would not allow me to change it.
Looking at some of the other threads I tried a number of things and this is what I found to work below for me.

Signed on to my account
Went to the Windows/system32 directory and found cmd.exe
Highlighted the file name and right clicked
Chose Run as Administrator from the menu
Double clicked on the file
The command window opened
Typed in net user administrator /active:yes
Closed the command window
The administrator now show up on the welcome window
I tried the windows key and R - which did not work
when I tried to type lusrmgr.msc I got the message that this was not supported in home premium
My question is was this because my transferred account was an administrator's account to begin with? Or was this fluke that I managed this - the administrators account when activated does not have a password on it and I'm assuming that I should create one - but I'm not sure what will do after the fact to windows utilities and the like. Anyone?

If you set the user to Administrator it will become a user with administrator power
and he/she will be placed in the Administrators Group.

The best way to shift this is by pressing Windows + R and typing"control userpasswords2".
1. Select a user from the list and click Properties.
2. Select the Group Membership tab.
3. Select Standard User (or Administrator) and clickApply and OK.
4. Click OK.

"sınama sayfası yazdırılamadı. yardım için yazdırma sorun gidericisine bakmak ister misiniz?" [ ÇÖZÜLDÜ ]

Sınama sayfası yazdırmak başarısız oldu. Yazdırma sorun görüntülemek ister misiniz giderme konusunda yardım almak için?

"sınama sayfası yazdırılamadı. yardım için yazdırma sorun gidericisine bakmak ister misiniz?"

 Aşşağıdaki komutu Çalıştırın ve Sorunlu Yazıcıyı Silin Silme sırasında Hata Verirse Aygıtlardan Yazıcıyı Kaldırın ve Bilgisayarı Yeniden Bşlatın Yinede Kaldırmazsa
"c:\Windows\System32\spool\Printers"  içindeki Yazıcı Dosyalarını Silin

Başlat > Çalıştır 

printui /s /t2

OK, I have found the solution to this problem... the info above is correct as far as it goes, but in my case there was (a) no option to clear the print queue on two 'ghost' printers because they were disconnected and unavailable, so no option for the print queue was displayed, and (b) one was shared on the network and had a TCP/IP printer port assigned to it.

Here's how I did it, step-by-step:
1. right-click on desktop, create a new shortcut with target as 'cmd.exe'.
2. right-click on the shortcut, "Run as Administrator"
3. Run the printui tool:  printui /s /t2
4. Try deleting the printers. If that doesn't work...
5. CLick Start > Run > Services.msc
6. Locate the Print Spooler service, and right-click > Properties > stop service.
7. Open My Computer and browse to c:\Windows\System32\spool\Printers
(you will need to say "oK" to get access to the folder).
8. DELETE the contents of that folder.
9. Restart the Print Spooler service.
10. Go back into the printui utillity (might need to restart it using same method as above) and try removing printers again. This time it should work. If necessary, check the "Ports" tab and remove any TCP/IP ports that are associated with the old printer.
11. Last but not least, I checked other computers on my home network to see if any of those had mapped to the old printer, and I removed those mappings, as the date of spooled documents suggested it was printed to long after it was physically removed.