Promenite naziv profila mreže u Windows10 operativnom sistemu

Prvi put kada se povežete na mrežu, Windows automatski kreira mrežni profil i sačuva ga na vašem računaru. Na taj način vaš računar može automatski da se poveže na mrežu u budućnosti i biće korišćene vaše preference za tu mrežu.

Profil bežične mreže će koristiti  SSID date bežične mreže (npr: router) na koju ste povezani, kao ime podrazumevanog mrežnog profila na vašem računaru.

Sledeći tekst će vam pokazati kako da promenite naziv žičnog (npr: Ethernet) ili bežičnog (npr: Wi-Fi) mrežnog profila u vašem  Windows 10 sistemu u naziv po vašoj želji.

Treba da budete prijavljeni kao administrator da biste mogli preimenovati mrežni profil.

SADRŽAJ:

  • Opcija jedan: Preimenovanje mrežnog profila pomoću Registry Editor-a
  • Opcija dva: Preimenovanje mrežnog profila u Local Security Policy

PRIMER: Naziv mrežnog profila u Centru za Mrežu i deljenje (Network and Sharing Center)

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Change Network Profile Name in Windows 10 OPCIJA JEDAN Change Network Profile Name in Windows 10
 

Preimenovanje mrežnog profila pomoću Registry Editor-a

1. Pritisnite  Win+R da pokrenete Run, kucajte regedit, kliknite/tapnite na OK da otvorite Registry Editor.

2. Ako vas pita UAC, kliknite/tapnite Yes/Da.

3. Nađite lokaciju od ispod koristeći Registry Editor, pa otvorite prikaz Profiles ključa u levom prozoru. (videti sliku ispod)

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4. Kliknite/tapnite na svaki dugi GUID brojevni podključ u levom prozoru, zatim pogledajte njegovu PofileName string vrednost u desnom prozoru sve dok ne pronađete onaj (npr: Brink-Router2) čiji naziv želite da promenite. (videti sličicu ispod)

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5. Dvostruki klik/tap na string vrednost ProfileName da je modifikujete. (videti sličicu iznad)

6. Kucajte novi naziv koji želite za mrežni profil, zatim klik/tap na OK. (videti sličicu ispod)

Note   Pripazite

Naziv mreže ne sme sadržati razmake niti neke od navedenih karaktera:

\ / : * ? < > |

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7. Kada završite, možete zatvoriti Registry Editor ako želite.

8. Ponekad je potrebno da se odjavite da bi nov naziv mreže bio u potpunosti primenjen.

Change Network Profile Name in Windows 10 OPCIJA DVA Change Network Profile Name in Windows 10
 

Preimenovanje mrežnog profila u Local Security Policy

Note   Pripazite

Local Security Policy je dostupna opcija jedino u Windows 10 Pro i Enterprise edicijama.

Ova opcija će pregaziti podešen naziv u Opciji jedan iznad.

1. Pritisnite Win+R da pokrenete Run, kucajte secpol.msc, zatim klik/tap na OK da otvorite Local Security Policy.

2. Ako vas pita UAC, klik/tap na Yes.

3. Klik/tap na Network List Manager Policies u levom prozoru od Local Security Policy. (videti sličicu ispod)

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4. U desnom prozoru od Network List Manager Policies, dvostruki klik/tap na naziv mreže (npr: Brink-Router2) koji hoćete da promenite. (videti sličicu iznad)

5. Odaberite Name u sekciji Name, kucajte novi naziv koji želite za mrežni profil, zatim klik/tap na OK. (videti sličicu ispod)

Note   Pripazite

Podrazumevano podešavanje je Not configured. Ovo će učiniti da naziv mreže bude ono što je podešeno u Opciji jedan.

Naziv mreže ne sme sadržati razmake niti neke od navedenih karaktera:

\ / : * ? < > |

 

Naziv mreže koji ukucate ovde biva sačuvan u NeworkName string vrednosti u kluču registra ispod.

Kod:
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6. Kad završite, možete zatvoriti Local Security Policy ako želite.

7.Ponekad je potrebno da se odjavite da bi nov naziv mreže bio u potpunosti primenjen.

Naučnici klonirali majmune koristeći istu tehnologiju kojom su stvorili ovcu Doli

(CNN)Први мајмуни клонирани су на исти начин као овца Доли, што је покренуло страх да ће ускоро бити могуће клонирање људи.

Кинески научници објавили су рођење Жонг Жонга и Хуа Хуа, два здрава мајмуна, која су у потпуности генетски идентична.

Бебе се хране на флашицу и рату нормално. Још клонирања се очекује у наредним месецима.

Prethodno su naučnici klonirali primate deljenjem embriona na pola, ali je taj proces u suštini samo veštačko stvaranje blizanaca, a ne kloniranje, prenosi Telegraf.

Naučnici kažu da se nadaju da će to dozvoliti kreiranje mnogo genetski istih majmuna, koji se potom mogu koristiti u laboratorijama za istraživanje.

Istraživanje je dočekano uz pomešane reakcije britanskih naučnika i etičkih odbora.

Iako su Žong Žong i Hua Hua genetski identični, jer im je DNK od istog majmuna, rođeni su u razmaku od dve nedelje, a rodile su ih različite surogat majke.

Istom tehnikom je Institut Rozlin u Edinburgu stvorio ovcu Doli 1996. godine, koja je bila prvi klonirani sisar.

How it workedThe SCNT technique has worked to create about 20 different animals including frogs, mice, rabbits, pigs, cows and even dogs, but there have been “numerous attempts to clone non-human primate species, but they all failed,” said Mumming Poo, an author on the paper. Scientists long thought something in a monkey’s genes made the technique unsuccessful. The success of Poo’s team came from several factors, he said. The team tweaked the SCNT procedure using new technology that helped with the nucleus transfer and the fusion of cells. The team spent three years perfecting the delicate procedure. Speed while performing the procedure helped, they learned, and scientists discovered clones created out of cells from fetal tissue did better than when they used adult cells.

<img alt=”20 years after Dolly the sheep, potential of cloning remains unclear” class=”media__image” src=”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/160727151125-dolly-the-sheep-sister-clones-large-169.jpeg”>20 years after Dolly the sheep, potential of cloning remains unclear”By optimizing the method, we obtained 79 well-developed embryos and implanted them in 21 female monkey surrogates,” Poo said. That resulted in six pregnancies and the births of the two monkeys in late 2017. They hope more monkey babies will be born soon from these embryos. Scientists unaffiliated with the experiment say the limited success rate of the procedure suggests more work is needed before this practice becomes common. “While they succeeded in obtaining cloned macaques, the numbers are too low to make many conclusions, except that it remains a very inefficient and hazardous procedure,” said Robin Lovell-Badge, an embryologist and head of the Division of Stem Cell Biology and Developmental Genetics at the Francis Crick Institute. “You do have to start with proof of principle,” said Jennifer Barfield, an assistant professor in biomedical sciences at Colorado State University, about the low number of births. She is not affiliated with the new study, but is working on reproductive technology research involving buffalo. She found the work interesting and important, “particularly for primates, where success hasn’t been that easy to come by.”<img alt=”Scientists say the monkeys are much like human babies who get more active every day.” class=”media__image” src=”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/180122113849-01-monkey-clones-hua-hua-large-169.jpg”>Scientists say the monkeys are much like human babies who get more active every day.{“@context”: “http://schema.org”,”@type”: “ImageObject”,”name”: “Scientists say the monkeys are much like human babies who get more active every day.”,”description”: “Scientists say the monkeys are much like human babies who get more active every day.”,”url”: “//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/180122113849-01-monkey-clones-hua-hua-large-169.jpg”,}New ethical questionsThe birth of these clones also brings up ethical issues. Humans are in the primate family. With this birth, these scientists have broken a barrier and that means the technique could, in theory, be applied to humans. The authors of the paper say they have no intention of trying and they believe their results should spark a wider discussion about the laws and regulations the world needs to regulate cloning.Darren Griffin, a professor of genetics at the University of Kent, said “careful consideration now needs to be given to the ethical framework under which such experiments can, and should, operate.” He noted, critics will evoke, “the slippery slope argument of this being one step closer to human cloning.” However, Griffin said he thinks the benefits of this approach are clear and “cautious optimism is my personal response to this study. The study itself is very impressive technically.”The authors of this experiment say they will continue working to improve the SCNT approach. They also plan to watch how Zhong Zhong and Hua Hua develop physically and mentally. <img alt=”Scientists will monitor the clones for any growth or development problems.” class=”media__image” src=”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/180122114001-03-monkey-clones-large-169.jpg”>Scientists will monitor the clones for any growth or development problems.{“@context”: “http://schema.org”,”@type”: “ImageObject”,”name”: “Scientists will monitor the clones for any growth or development problems.”,”description”: “Scientists will monitor the clones for any growth or development problems.”,”url”: “//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/180122114001-03-monkey-clones-large-169.jpg”,}They ultimately hope the creation of these clones helps researchers better understand human disease. Poo said that the Chinese government intends to dramatically increase the size of the lab and the project. He predicts within five years there should be 20 to 30 more facilities creating monkey clones. Researchers want to use additional clones to study genetic diseases such as autism, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s. “Nonhuman primate research remains vital to the continuation of medical research and advances in human health,” said James Bourne, an associate professor and National Health and Medical Research Council senior fellow at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute at Monash University, who is not affiliated with this study. “The recent description of a protocol to clone macaque monkeys by somatic cell nuclear transfer could be an important tool in medical research for understanding disease in a species genetically more comparable to humans.”The future for Hua Hua and Zhong ZhongHua Hua and Zhong Zhong are being bottle fed and appear to be developing normally, scientists say. They get regular physical check ups and when they are a little older, scientists will study their mental health to see if there are any problems.”The two monkeys are very active and healthy, they progress very rapidly like human babies,” author Qiang Sun said. “Every other day, they seem more active and their motor system is much more developed and (there are) no signs of abnormality.” Follow CNN Health on Facebook and TwitterSee the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and Twitter.Video from the lab of the active pair shows one monkey likes to suck its thumb. One climbs over its stuffed Hello Kitty doll attempting to figure out how to get through the top of its incubator. The other monkey seems curious about the camera documenting its every move — that is, until it’s distracted by its sibling jumping on its back. In other words, the clones seem to be up to typical monkey business.

Scientists clone monkeys using technique that created Dolly the sheep

 

(CNN)For the first time, scientists say they created cloned primates using the same complicated cloning technique that made Dolly the sheep in 1996.

Shanghai scientists created two genetically identical and adorable long-tailed macaques. The monkeys are named Hua Hua and Zhong Zhong, a version of the Chinese adjective Zhonghua which means the “Chinese nation” or “people.”

The research was published in the journal Cell on Wednesday.
These two are not the first primates to be cloned. Scientists in 1999 created Tetra, a rhesus monkey, but used what researchers consider a simpler cloning method that produces a more limited number of off spring. In Tetra’s case, scientists split the embryos, much like what happens naturally when identical twins develop.
In the case of Hua Hua and Zhong Zhong, researchers used modern technology developed only in the last couple of years to enhance the technique used to clone Dolly, which is called somatic cell transfer, or SCNT. This is where scientists reconstruct an unfertilized egg. The researchers remove the egg’s nucleus — the part of the cell that contains most of its genetic information– and replace it with the nucleus from another cell. It’s then stimulated to develop into an embryo, which is transplanted into a surrogate mother. That same cell cluster can make more genetically matched animals.
When scientists made Dolly the sheep, years after she was born they used the same cell cluster to make four other sheep clones.

How it workedThe SCNT technique has worked to create about 20 different animals including frogs, mice, rabbits, pigs, cows and even dogs, but there have been “numerous attempts to clone non-human primate species, but they all failed,” said Mumming Poo, an author on the paper. Scientists long thought something in a monkey’s genes made the technique unsuccessful. The success of Poo’s team came from several factors, he said. The team tweaked the SCNT procedure using new technology that helped with the nucleus transfer and the fusion of cells. The team spent three years perfecting the delicate procedure. Speed while performing the procedure helped, they learned, and scientists discovered clones created out of cells from fetal tissue did better than when they used adult cells. <img alt=”20 years after Dolly the sheep, potential of cloning remains unclear” class=”media__image” src=”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/160727151125-dolly-the-sheep-sister-clones-large-169.jpeg”>20 years after Dolly the sheep, potential of cloning remains unclear”By optimizing the method, we obtained 79 well-developed embryos and implanted them in 21 female monkey surrogates,” Poo said. That resulted in six pregnancies and the births of the two monkeys in late 2017. They hope more monkey babies will be born soon from these embryos. Scientists unaffiliated with the experiment say the limited success rate of the procedure suggests more work is needed before this practice becomes common. “While they succeeded in obtaining cloned macaques, the numbers are too low to make many conclusions, except that it remains a very inefficient and hazardous procedure,” said Robin Lovell-Badge, an embryologist and head of the Division of Stem Cell Biology and Developmental Genetics at the Francis Crick Institute. “You do have to start with proof of principle,” said Jennifer Barfield, an assistant professor in biomedical sciences at Colorado State University, about the low number of births. She is not affiliated with the new study, but is working on reproductive technology research involving buffalo. She found the work interesting and important, “particularly for primates, where success hasn’t been that easy to come by.”<img alt=”Scientists say the monkeys are much like human babies who get more active every day.” class=”media__image” src=”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/180122113849-01-monkey-clones-hua-hua-large-169.jpg”>Scientists say the monkeys are much like human babies who get more active every day.{“@context”: “http://schema.org”,”@type”: “ImageObject”,”name”: “Scientists say the monkeys are much like human babies who get more active every day.”,”description”: “Scientists say the monkeys are much like human babies who get more active every day.”,”url”: “//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/180122113849-01-monkey-clones-hua-hua-large-169.jpg”,}New ethical questionsThe birth of these clones also brings up ethical issues. Humans are in the primate family. With this birth, these scientists have broken a barrier and that means the technique could, in theory, be applied to humans. The authors of the paper say they have no intention of trying and they believe their results should spark a wider discussion about the laws and regulations the world needs to regulate cloning.Darren Griffin, a professor of genetics at the University of Kent, said “careful consideration now needs to be given to the ethical framework under which such experiments can, and should, operate.” He noted, critics will evoke, “the slippery slope argument of this being one step closer to human cloning.” However, Griffin said he thinks the benefits of this approach are clear and “cautious optimism is my personal response to this study. The study itself is very impressive technically.”The authors of this experiment say they will continue working to improve the SCNT approach. They also plan to watch how Zhong Zhong and Hua Hua develop physically and mentally. <img alt=”Scientists will monitor the clones for any growth or development problems.” class=”media__image” src=”//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/180122114001-03-monkey-clones-large-169.jpg”>Scientists will monitor the clones for any growth or development problems.{“@context”: “http://schema.org”,”@type”: “ImageObject”,”name”: “Scientists will monitor the clones for any growth or development problems.”,”description”: “Scientists will monitor the clones for any growth or development problems.”,”url”: “//cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/180122114001-03-monkey-clones-large-169.jpg”,}They ultimately hope the creation of these clones helps researchers better understand human disease. Poo said that the Chinese government intends to dramatically increase the size of the lab and the project. He predicts within five years there should be 20 to 30 more facilities creating monkey clones. Researchers want to use additional clones to study genetic diseases such as autism, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s. “Nonhuman primate research remains vital to the continuation of medical research and advances in human health,” said James Bourne, an associate professor and National Health and Medical Research Council senior fellow at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute at Monash University, who is not affiliated with this study. “The recent description of a protocol to clone macaque monkeys by somatic cell nuclear transfer could be an important tool in medical research for understanding disease in a species genetically more comparable to humans.”The future for Hua Hua and Zhong ZhongHua Hua and Zhong Zhong are being bottle fed and appear to be developing normally, scientists say. They get regular physical check ups and when they are a little older, scientists will study their mental health to see if there are any problems.”The two monkeys are very active and healthy, they progress very rapidly like human babies,” author Qiang Sun said. “Every other day, they seem more active and their motor system is much more developed and (there are) no signs of abnormality.” Follow CNN Health on Facebook and TwitterSee the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and Twitter.Video from the lab of the active pair shows one monkey likes to suck its thumb. One climbs over its stuffed Hello Kitty doll attempting to figure out how to get through the top of its incubator. The other monkey seems curious about the camera documenting its every move — that is, until it’s distracted by its sibling jumping on its back. In other words, the clones seem to be up to typical monkey business.

Change Network profile name in Windows 10


The first time that you connect to a network, Windows automatically creates a network profile and stores it on your computer. Your computer can then automatically connect to the network in the future, and your preferences for that network will be used.

A wireless network profile will use the SSID of the wireless network (ex: router) you connected to as the default profile name on your PC.

This tutorial will show you how to change the name of a wired (ex: Ethernet) or wireless (ex: Wi-Fi) network profile on your Windows 10 PC to any name you want.

You must be signed in as an administrator to be able to rename a network profile.


CONTENTS:
  • Option One: To Rename Network Profile in Registry Editor
  • Option Two: To Rename Network Profile in Local Security Policy


EXAMPLE: Network profile name in Network and Sharing Center
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Change Network Profile Name in Windows 10 OPTION ONE Change Network Profile Name in Windows 10
To Rename Network Profile in Registry Editor

1. Press the Win+R keys to open Run, type regedit, and click/tap on OK to open Registry Editor.

2. If prompted by UAC, click/tap on Yes.

3. Browse to the location below in Registry Editor, and expand open the Profiles key in the left pane. (see screenshot below)

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\NetworkList\Profiles

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4. Click/tap on each long GUID number subkey in the left pane, and look at its PofileName string value in the right pane until you find the one that has the network name (ex: Brink-Router2) you want to change. (see screenshot below)

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5. Double click/tap on the PofileName string value to modify it. (see screenshot above)

6. Type a new name you want for the network profile, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshot below)
Note   Note
A network name cannot contain tabs or any of the following characters:

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7. When finished, you can close Registry Editor if you like.

8. Sometimes you may need to sign out and in to fully apply the new network profile name.






Change Network Profile Name in Windows 10 OPTION TWO Change Network Profile Name in Windows 10
To Rename Network Profile in Local Security Policy

Note   Note
Local Security Policy is only available in the Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise editions.

This option will override the name set in Option One above.


1. Press the Win+R keys to open Run, type secpol.msc, and click/tap on OK to open Local Security Policy.

2. If prompted by UAC, click/tap on Yes.

3. Click/tap on Network List Manager Policies in the left pane of Local Security Policy. (see screenshot below)

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4. In the right pane of Network List Manager Policies, double click/tap on the network name (ex: Brink-Router2) you want to change. (see screenshot above)

5. Select (dot) Name under the Name section, type a new name you want for the network profile, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshot below)
Note   Note
The default setting is Not configured. This will have the network name be what is set in Option One.

A network name cannot contain tabs or any of the following characters:

\ / : * ? < > |


The network name you enter here is stored in the NeworkName string value in the registry key below.

Code:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\NetworkList\Signatures\long unique ID number

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6. When finished, you can close Local Security Policy if you like.

7. Sometimes you may need to sign out and in to fully apply the new network profile name.



That's it,
Shawn


 

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