Gonzaga University uses WPA2 and the mini10 only has WPA. Is there any solution available short or replacing the NIC or network card with an updated one?
I have a computer running Windows 7.1 and one with Windows 10, upgraded from Windows 7.1 and they both work just fine with a "local" Vault. If a Norton technician tries to remove the "new" N360 version and install the "old" version in order to set up a "local" vault, DO NOT DO IT! @Joebagadonuts As long as you have had a local vault at some time, or have access to a system that has had a local vault, it is possible to regain it if you have been converted to the online vault.
In closing, I don't know why Symantec eliminated the "local" vault from N360, but I would opine it wasn't a good idea. Check the information gathered by user elsewhere in this thread. It asks for sign in instead of the password as usual.
But what if it’s a virtual hosting server with multiple websites, each with a different name?
It would need to select the right certificate to return so that the browser sees the name it expects.
Please verify the following values on the certificate: Name: guest.By: TERENA SSL CA Expires: 19-12-15 Please note that the figure values below differs from the above more recent values.