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How to Install RustDesk on Your Synology NAS

RustDesk is a remote desktop software, the open source TeamViewer / AnyDesk alternative. You have full control of your data, with no concerns about security since it only sends data to a server that you setup. You can use a public rendezvous/relay server or self-host one. In this step by step guide I will show you how to install RustDesk on your Synology NAS using Docker and DSM 7.2 I've based a significant amount of this guide on guides. First, Follow the following 4 guides: Step 0: Docker, Memory Recommendations and Limitations Step 1: Directory Setup Guide Step 2: Setting up a restricted Docker user Step 3: Setting up a Docker Bridge Network Following these guides will give you a nice Docker folder structure, a restricted user to run your containers on (this is more secure) and a dedicated network for your containers. Lets Begin First we need to set up some folders for RustDesk to save its configuration files and also where the Project will save th

Programming DHCP via NETSH

If you need to configure more than two subnets on a Windows 2008 R2 DHCP server (Or all versions later), doing via the GUI is a painful way to do it.

Here's a simple cut and paste script that you can run via netsh that will make the subnets much quicker.

Launch netsh from the command line, and paste this in:

Replace with your DHCP server, and with your Scope's Network (check the subnet mask and the IP range) 

Just repeat each section below for each subnet.  I find it easy to just use find and replace to make lots of these.

Dhcp Server \\ add scope "Name of the Subnet" "Description of Subnet"
Dhcp Server \\ Scope set state 1
Dhcp Server \\ Scope set delayoffer 0

# ===============================================================
# Start Add Ipranges to the Scope, Server
# ===============================================================

Dhcp Server \\ Scope Add iprange
Dhcp Server \\ scope set napstate Off
# End Add Ipranges to the Scope, Server
# Start Add OptionValues to the Scope :, Server :
Dhcp Server \\ Scope set optionvalue 51 DWORD "691200"
Dhcp Server \\ Scope set optionvalue 3 IPADDRESS ""
# End Add OptionValues to the Scope :, Server :
# Start Add ReservedIp to the Scope :, Server :
Dhcp Server \\ Scope Add reservedip 001122334455 "Name of Reserved  "Description of Reserved" "DHCP"
Dhcp Server \\ v4 Scope Set NameProtection enable= 0
Dhcp Server \\ Scope Set DnsConfig 1 1 1 1
# End Add ReservedIp to the Scope :, Server :


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