How to turn off sound in Starcraft & Starcraft BroodWar

I was feeling a bit nostalgic and decided to play a game or two of the old Starcraft Broodwar. I don’t like in-game music much so I tried to find a way to turn off the background music. After scouring the internet, no one had an answer. I guessed a few things and tried CTRL S. It turned off the sound effects but not the music. Going off of my latest guess, I tried CTRL-M which turned the background music off. I thought I would post this here to help some of you all with the same issue. GL!

Turn off in-game sounds:

CTRL-S

Turn off in-game music:

CTRL-M

Driver Error for ZettaGuard USB 2.0 UGA

We ran into an issue when installing the Drivers for the USB 2.0 UGA from ZettaGuard. The small disc could not be read on the computer we were installing it on. We tried to download it from the ZettGuard website but it would load with an error message.

Googled USB 2.0 UGA and found a driver on Plugable.com. Downloaded and installed the driver, the monitor connected and worked great. We added the link related to the driver location below.

https://plugable.com/drivers/displaylink/

Picture of zettaguard 2.0 driver

Network Accounts Are Unavailable – High Sierra, AD, and Open Directory

You will still need local and Active Directory administrator account or a local Apple Administrator account if using Open Directory. Go to System Preferences > Users & Groups

  1. Press Login Options > Unlock > Press Edit near Network Account Server > Open Directory Utility > Unlock > Select Active Directory and press “Edit settings for the selected service” button at the bottom > Unbind > Enter Active Directory administrator credentials and finish the unbinding process
  2. Close Directory Utility and reboot the computer
  3. Repeat steps 1 and 2
  4. Press Join near Network Account Server
  5. Enter your domain (ad.example.com) and Active Directory administrator credentials.

Assuming your AD account is not entirely network account (created on your local system and you can use it without network access) you should also set settings in 8-10 steps.

  1. Optional Step – Go to System Preferences > Users & Groups
  2. Optional Step – Login Options > Unlock > Press Edit on Network Account Server > Open Directory Utility > Unlock > Select Active Directory and press “Edit settings for the selected service” button at the bottom
  3. Optional Step – Press Show more > Check “Create mobile login at login” > Uncheck “Require confirmation before creating a mobile account”
  4. Log out (may need another reboot)
  5. Login with network account by selecting the user from the list or using your name on password (depends on “Display login windows as” setting)