An easy-to-use tool that quickly helps you to manage all your network profiles, parameters, connections, folders and links.
It helps you to connect, disconnect, set TCP/IP parameters, MAC address, default printer, computer name and Internet Explorer settings.
You can add, remove, edit and manage a lot of network profiles with just a few clicks!
Just unzip the NetMAC Crack.rar file, select one of the above options and follow the on-screen instructions.
But, if you wish to change the default connection configuration, please see:
To manually change all the TCP/IP parameters and MAC address of your Windows computers, please follow the manual steps described below:
– All your settings will be reset.
– NetMAC Activation Code will only manage the current settings and not the profile where it was launched.
– NetMAC will ask you to save the profile before changing the TCP/IP and MAC settings. To save the profile, select: “Profile settings…”.
Removing a folder and a file:
– Open the “Profile settings…” dialog to choose a profile.
– Right click on the folder or file that you wish to remove and select “Uninstall…”.
– NetMAC will ask you to save the profile before removing the folder or file. To save the profile, select: “Profile settings…”.
The default printer, network interface and TCP/IP settings will be restored to their original state after removing a folder or a file from the “Profile settings…” dialog.
Adding a folder and a file:
– Right click on the folder or file that you wish to add and select “Add…”.
– If you want the new folder or file to be in the same location as the one you are changing, click on the existing folder and select “Move…”.
– Select the new folder or file and confirm the operation.
– NetMAC will ask you to save the profile before adding the folder or file. To save the profile, select: “Profile settings…”.
Managing the profiles:
– Start from the “Profile settings…” dialog.
– If you are at the “Manage…” dialog, select the specific profile (and click on the “More…” button).
– Right click on the profile and select: “Set…”.
– If you wish to change the settings
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-Suitable for all kinds of computers with network (PC, Laptop, Desktop,…).
-All TCP/IP settings (DNS domain, workgroup, Ip address, MAC address, default printer,…) can be managed.
-More than 6 profiles can be saved and stored in the program so that one may be opened in any moment.
-Consisting of no more than 10Mb of memory.
-Simple to use, no need for your computer configuration to be modified to use it.
-Advanced security options (One-Time Password + Time Password) – Password for connection, if needed.
-Pause / Resume: If the connection is interrupted by a user action, NetMAC resumes the connection.
-Network settings can be restored.
-Other features: Autostart, Bypass Interface, Wireless security (Wep, Wpa, Wpa2, Wep64, Wpa2), Access Points.
-Language: English (USA, UK, CA, AU,…).
-Version 1.2.4: Now there is a context menu (view/edit/save) allowing the user to choose easily the context in which to work.
-Version 1.2.3: A quick reminder for the most current setting is displayed when NetMAC starts.
-Version 1.2.2: 1) Improved “Save Settings” button. 2) Improved tray icon (right click on the mouse). 3) Improved usability of the application (eg. 1, 2,…)
-Version 1.2.1: Reading the document root (C:/Documents and Settings/%USERNAME%/Desktop/NetMac/NetMAC.ini)
-Version 1.2: New window to easily store and view the settings: “Menu / Network Settings / Store settings”.
-Version 1.1: This version is a maintenance (bug fixes, updates,…)
-Version 1.0.2: 1) Update to Windows 7 (Advanced). 2) Smart-scrolling in the tray bar. 3) Largement fixed.
-Version 1.0.1: It is a maintenance version and it contains a major improvement (automatic connection to Active Directory): Through the registry, the network can be started automatically during PC startup, if the computer belongs to a group.
-Version 1.0: It is a major release. It allows you to manage all the TCP/IP settings (domain,
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[more]Need a Community Credit Union? Some State Dept. Finances are Withdrawing
During his recent visit to China, Secretary of State John Kerry raised concerns about some of the credit union holdings of the State Department (link). This is hardly surprising since many credit unions are owned by banks. However, the big news for credit unions is that financial regulators in at least one state are attempting to take over certain credit unions.
According to a Los Angeles Times article, some California credit unions may soon be lost to community needs and outside forces:
The legislation being considered by the State Board of Equalization would force many California credit unions to be sold to a single buyer. Some of the purchases are under way.
The legislation is one of many fronts in a struggle over the future of the credit union system, the pillars of which are heavily regulated, provide basic banking services to millions of Californians and were valued at $140.2 billion last year.
As the Times article points out, the financial management of credit unions has been called a “corrupt system” by so-called “reformers.” Since 2010, the California Department of Savings and Loans alone has removed savings accounts from nearly 2,000 credit unions and taken over nine others. California has not had a governor since 2010.
The article warns that the state’s largest credit union, the $12 billion United Federal Credit Union, is one such institution that would be subject to forced liquidation. According to the Times, United Federal will be unable to absorb the $19 billion in assets that California’s financial regulators would take in if the legislation were passed:
“The proposed measure would come at a very dangerous and critical time for our economy,” said Dan Morgan, senior advisor to the TUF (The United Federal Credit Union) Board of Directors. “Our current fiscal crisis demands that the Treasury finish its recovery from the Great Recession, and that debt be properly brought down. It would be irresponsible for the state to take money away from our credit unions now.”
The bills under consideration are SB 540 and SB 1279. The article quoted the head of the California Credit Union League as saying, “It’s simply not fair to our members that the state government is considering preventing them from saving in community credit unions because it can’t spend money.”
The article notes that the credit union movement has raised concerns about the proposed California legislation. For example, UC San Diego professor Terence P. Jeffrey has
What’s New in the?
– Easy to use
– Highly interactive and look-like the system tray
– Automatically get all parameters values (IP address, Domain, MAC address, gateway, DNS, workgroup, default printer, computer name, Internet Explorer settings)
– Easy to use: no need to edit configuration files, it automatically get all necessary parameters values, you can just click in “On/Off” mode.
– Automatically save all parameters settings automatically.
– Fully compatible with XP and Vista.
– Fully compatible with Administrator and standard mode.
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System Requirements For NetMAC:
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K @ 3.3 GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 805
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970, AMD HD 7970
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 13 GB available space
Processor: Intel Core i7-3770K @ 3.5 GHz or