Note/Disclaimer: This can be done with Windows Power Automate, but that takes more time to accomplish the same goal. Also not that you will likely have to sign your PS script (with either methos), which I may cover in another post. If you think that would be valuable, comment below. ↓ Environment: VPS running RockLinux (CentOS compat) Network interface: ens192 Windows 11 (Task Scheduler) WinSCP 5.17.10 (5.18 didn’t work, I forget why). IPv6 network provided by host I’ll be using a sample CIDR fc04:1c8e:685a:239c: for this tutorial. One IPv6 was provisioned to server over DHCP. fc04:1c8e:685a:239c::1 I created two new IPv6 addresses at host. fc04:1c8e:685a:239c::2 fc04:1c8e:685a:239c::3 Add IPv6 address to server: $ sudo vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-ens192 Add the following line to the end of the file: IPV6ADDR_SECONDARIES="fc04:1c8e:685a:239c::5/64 fc04:1c8e:685a:239c::4/64" Reboot host. You should now see the networks available: $ ip addr | grep inet6 ... inet6
If Outlook creates a Deleted Items folder for a Gmail account in Outlook, it's probably because the Trash folder is hidden in Gmail. Remove the account from Outlook Sign in to Gmail Change the Settings -> Labels -> Trash setting to Show Add the account back to Outlook Interesting page: Command line switches for Outlook .