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LE E&W 072613 - E&W Tool and Supply

465 Fife Road • Mulberry, Fl 33860 • Phone: 863-425-3077 • Fax: 863-425-4523 www.ewtoolsupply.com DEWALT SUMMER SAVINGS Offer Valid August 1 through August 30, 2013 while supplies last Buy 5 Grinders Below (any mix) GET a D28402N Grinder INSTANTLY AT NO CHARGE D28402N 4-1/2" Small Angle Grinder w/ No Lock-On D28402N 4-1/2" Small Angle Grinder w/ No Lock-On DWE4517 7" 8,500 rpm 4HP Angle Grinder 1 89 $ 89 $ • High power 4 HP (maximum motor HP) 8,500 rpm motor with overload protection • Epoxy coated field and armature • Low profile gearcase • 10.0 Amp AC/DC 11,000 rpm motor • Dust Ejection System™ • Low profile, jam-pot gear case D28114N 4-1/2" (115 mm) / 5" (125 mm) High Performance Paddle Switch Grinder with No Lock-On D28144N 5" (125 mm) / 6" (150 mm) High Performance Cut-Off/Grinder with No Lock-On 179 $ 149 $ • 13.0 Amp / 2.3HP, 9,000 rpm DEWALT built G55 (AC) motor • No Lock-On paddle switch prevents the user from locking the grinder on • Dual Clutch Protection™ • Dust Ejection System™ • 13.0 Amp / 2.3HP, 11,000 rpm DEWALT built G55 (AC) motor • No Lock-On paddle switch prevents the user from locking the grinder on • Dust Ejection System™ BUY $1,000 IN DEWALT ABRASIVES (ANY MIX) GET YOUR CHOICE D28402N GRINDER OR $50 CABELA’S® GIFT CARD! $5 0 CABELA’S is a registered trademark of Cabela’s Inc. DW8725 6" x .040" x 7/8" Metal and Stainless Cutting Wheel DW4925B DW8062 4-1/2" x .045" x 7/8" Metal and Stainless Cutting Wheel 4" x 5/8"-11 HP .020 Carbon Stringer Wire Wheel Bulk DW8311 DW4523 4-1/2" x 1/4" x 5/8"-11 Metal Grinding Wheel 4-1/2" x 5/8"-11 36g Type 29 HP Flap Disc DW8435 DW4514 4-1/2" x 1/4" x 7/8" Metal Grinding Wheel 4-1/2" x 1/8" x 5/8"-11 Pipeline Wheel ® DEWALT SUMMER SAVINGS Offer Valid August 1 through August 30, 2013 while supplies last XRP™ BUY DCK255X 18V /CordlessDriver Hammerdrill Impact Combo Kit $ 309 GET DC411B 18V 4-1/2" (114mm) Cordless Cut-Off Tool (Tool Only)...

User's Guide - Turtle Beach
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Connecting the X�� to a PC Using the Amplifier About the X�� Headset Important Information These instructions show how to set up the X�� as a headset for PC gaming or VoIP. Game Audio Volume: This volume control sets the level of the game audio. The Ear Force X�� amplified headset gives serious gamers the ultimate competitive edge by combining XBOX LIVE chat and stereo game audio into an immersive sound experience. �. Be careful when turning up the master volume control on the amplifier. Before placing the headphones over your ears, set the volume control to minimum, then slowly increase until you reach a comfortable level. Chat Volume: This volume control sets the level of XBOX LIVE chat voices from other players. Step �: Connect the X��'s green �.�mm audio plug to the speaker output of your PC's sound card. Step �: Mic Mute Switch: This switch mutes the microphone.

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JAVA Issues with DTS Logins EFENSE RAVEL

Background The web browser uses Oracle’s Java software to launch the Gradkell Systems Universal WebSigner JAVA applet, which enables your Common Access Card (CAC) to access DTS. Due to increased security within JAVA, outdated versions of JAVA will be unable to launch the Universal WebSigner applet (as well as many other applets for other websites) without lowering JAVA’s security. Check with your organization’s IT office for specific guidance. The Travel Assistance Center offers two potential workarounds, if applicable. Workarounds First, check the version installed on your workstation. Go to Control Panel, Java, and click the “About” button. The version will be displayed. Workstations using older versions of Java 7 (usually update 25) have two options. • Option 1: Upgrade to the latest version of JAVA from www.java.com. o Workstations using the latest version of JAVA will continually get error messages about whether to let the DBsign Universal WebSigner applet run but will be allowed to login to DTS. o Pay close attention to the warnings that appear and answer accordingly so the DBsign Universal WebSigner is not blocked and allowed to run. Depending on your operating system and version of Internet Explorer, the error messages may vary (see figure below.) JAVA Access Request Screen Defense Travel Management Office January 2014 This document is controlled and maintained on the www.defensetravel.dod.mil website. Printed copies may be obsolete. Please check revision currency on the web prior to use. DEFENSE TRAVEL MANAGEMENT OFFICE If you cannot upgrade to the newest version: • Option 2: 1. Go to Start > Control Panel. 2. Select Java. Defense Travel Management Office January 2014 This document is controlled and maintained on the www.defensetravel.dod.mil website. Printed copies may be obsolete. Please check revision currency on the web prior to use. DEFENSE TRAVEL MANAGEMENT OFFICE 3. Under the Security tab, move the slide bar to “Medium”. 4. Select Apply and OK. Defense Travel Management Office

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Industrial Blades
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Welcome to the granulator, shredder, densifier, pelletizer knife superstore. Our mission to to provide the highest quality blades in the industry for the cheapest price. Maintanence budgets are ever decreasing leaving purchasers with a thin inventory.Don't let shrinking budgets affect your production. The Blade Specialist has a multi-million dollar distributing network, allowing immediate shipment for most OEMs.

Opportunities For BIPV Glass
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As niche market image of BIPV is changing, this presentation talks about various opportunities that exists for both PV firms and glass firms in this space. It talks about those factors that are likely to influence BIPV markets in the coming years. Also it discusses as how attempts are made to integrate supply chain of BIPV with the supply chain of local construction market and how BIPV firms are trying to build their own distribution network. Information provided in this presentation are taken from NanoMarkets' report:- "BIPV Glass Markets-2014 & Beyond".

Why Businesses Should Outsource Network Support Hawaii

Every business needs to invest in quality IT support services to keep their computer networks, hardware and software up to date. Some businesses have chosen to invest in in-house staff that is able to offer network support Hawaii and other IT services full time. Others have chosen to outsource IT support services whenever it is required. So what are some of the benefits of outsourcing network support services?

Koyal Group Training Services: Taking Charge: Be aware, be alert, don’t get scammed

Q: I am a widow who lives in Westerly. Recently, I received a call from someone who claimed to be from Social Security. The caller claimed that Social Security was updating its records and needed to verify my Social Security number. Without thinking, I gave the caller my information. Almost immediately, I realized that I had made a mistake, but the caller had already hung up. A few of my neighbors have received similar calls. I’m sure that I have been scammed. What do I do now? A: It’s not uncommon for scam artists to make calls claiming to be government officials. Many times, they catch victims off-guard and obtain valuable personal information that can be used to access bank accounts or credit cards, apply for loans, or even file fraudulent disability claims. To protect your financial accounts, identity and credit records, you should notify your bank and credit card companies immediately. It’s probably a good idea to cancel your credit card account and get new cards.

LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide
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LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014 Enhanced Capabilities for Supporting iOS Devices The Rescue + Mobile for iOS App has been enhanced with the following new capabilities/features:  Screenshot Sharing: If the customer permits the sharing of screenshots, then all the screenshots made on the device during a session are automatically uploaded for the technician. This feature ensures non-real-time screen sharing on an iOS device, where Device View and Remote Control are not available while the Rescue app is running in the background due to another app running in the foreground. 2 LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014  In-app Co-Browsing: The Rescue iOS App has been provided with a built-in internet browser. When the iOS Rescue App is running in the foreground, the technician can use this browser during Remote Control. 3 LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014  Whiteboard and Laser Pointer: The Whiteboard and Laser Pointer functionalities are now available for supporting iOS devices enabling technicians to draw freehand images or to highlight items on the customer’s screen. 4 LogMeIn Rescue – New Features Guide – January 2014  Local Notifications Using Chat: When the Rescue iOS App is running in the background on a device, chat messages appear as Local Notifications on the customer’s device. The technician can guide the customer via chat even when the Rescue app is in the background. Other recently added features you may have missed:     System info: Pull diagnostic info from the device. Device Config: Push profiles to configure email, network and Wi-Fi settings, update settings for passcode requirements and set restrictions on the device. URL Push: Technicians can launch websites using the in-app browser, or leave a web shortcut on the homepage to direct users to additional materials. Chat: Technicians and users can experience seamless communication during a session.

The Cal Poly VPN (Virtual Private Network) – Apple iOS 6 or newer

The Cal Poly VPN (Virtual Private Network) – Apple iOS 6 or newer To protect Cal Poly data and the campus network – while improving reliability and security of offcampus, remote access network connections – Cal Poly offers a Virtual Private Network (VPN). This service is available to faculty and staff. Getting Started A Cal Poly VPN connection requires the following: - A current, supported operating system o Apple 10.7 or newer o Apple iOS 6 o Windows 7 - A current, supported Web browser o Internet Explorer 9 o Firefox 16 or newer o Safari 6 - Up-to-date security and Java patches - Administrative access or “elevated rights” to install software and complete configuration settings. Please check with your LAN Coordinator before configuring the Cal Poly VPN on a Cal Poly computer. The process is outlined in this Step 1-2-3 guide for Apple iOS 6 or newer. Step 1 – Connecting to the Cal Poly VPN 1. Visit the App Store, search for Junos Pulse. Download and launch the free application. Advance-VPN-iOS_110612.docx Page 1 2. You will be prompted to read and accept the license agreement – tap “Accept”. 3. Tap “Enable” to continue with installation: Advance-VPN-iOS_110612.docx Page 2 4. Configure the Cal Poly VPN connection. Tap on the “>” Enter the information show below – including your username (e.g. jmustang) – then tap “Save”. 5. Tap “Connect” to access the Cal Poly VPN. At the Cal Poly Portal prompt, enter your Cal Poly username, password and click “Login”. Advance-VPN-iOS_110612.docx Page 3 The following Cal Poly VPN screen will appear … Then the Cal Poly VPN “you’re connected” screen will appear, with your Cal Poly email address displayed (in the green box area). Tap on “Status” to see details about the Cal Poly VPN session: Note: the assigned IP will be within the 129.65.15 subnet. You may continue with accessing Cal Poly resources. Advance-VPN-iOS_110612.docx Page 4 Step 2 – Accessing Cal Poly Applications and Resources You are now securely connected to Cal Poly’s network and may access applications and resources, as if you were on campus with a “calpoly.edu” network address. Examples include: • • • Applications (e.g. Advance Web, Windows Terminal Servers and Microsoft Office) File Servers (e.g. Active Directory “U” and “V” drives ) Devices (e.g. networked laser printers) Specific access, application and technical questions should be directed to your LAN Coordinator. Step 3 – Managing Your Cal Poly VPN Connection The Cal Poly VPN allows only one session at a time – if you see the following message, click “Continue the session” to disconnect the other session.

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