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  • Registry fix for forcing audio files to open in Windows Media player

    Problem: QT takes over and tries to open audio files such as mp3, mp4 etc, instead of WMP. I have set WMP as default player in the "Set program access and defaults"; I have made sure that file associations were done in ctr. panel -> folder options -> file types for mp3 and mp4. I have opened...

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  • Batch file script for configuring printer preferences for saving PDF files

    How can I batch a file script for configuring printer preferences for saving PDF files? Here are the requirements: File name has to be saved Destination folder Replace old copy of file Thanks!

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  • What’s an easy way to have both Apache and IIS listen to Port 80 on Windows Server 2003?

    Is there a good way to have Apache and IIS both listen to Port 80 on Windows Server 2003? I need to do this cleanly as possible. Ideally, I would use packet headers to decide which server should handle the requests. But if anyone knows an easier way, please let me know!

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  • Routing & Remote Access – VPN

    Hello all, I set up a VPN here at the office about 6-12 months ago and everything was working just fine. The other day some wierd stuff happened, It looks to me like a hacker was involved. The firewall had been killed (DOS attack) and some wierd event log enties were found. But anyway we got...

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  • Active Directory restore problem

    Dear All, I have a machine1 on which the Operating System is Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition (Service Pack 2). This is the Domain Controller on which Microsoft Exchange 2003 is installed. I want to perform backup of this machine1 using VSS (application specific writers for AD and...

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    I have Windows XP with SP3. It doesn't obtain IP address automatically via DHCP. I need to configure it manually. Please help.

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  • How does DHCP service start?

    I have Windows XP with SP3. When I check the service DHCP. It is automatic but stopped. When I start the service. It doesn't. It shows error. "Could not start the DHCP Client service on Local Computer. Error 1068: The Dependency service or group failed to start." Please help.

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  • How can I create a virtual network interface in Microsoft Windows?

    Now I know on Linux that it's possible to create a TUN interface (using a TUN driver) that can provide almost a "network interface psuedo-device" that's treated as a regular network interface. Can I do this programatically in Microsoft Windows? Can I do it without writing my own driver?

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  • Technical College vs. University

    Hello all- Would it be more beneficial to attend a technical college or university? A certain technical college, ECPI (www.ecpi.edu) in VA, has sparked my interest because they advertise 'they meet with some industry experts to discuss tech trends and what education needs to be put out to keep up...

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  • Telnet to a Windows Server 2012 using Port 4184

    Hello, First of all, I'm trying to install an OEM 3rd party software agent using an automatic installation procedure on an IBM i V6R1M1. The management server for this software is on a Windows Server 2012, using port 4184. The installation goes to a process when it tries to connect to the Windows...

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  • Choosing a file system for Windows 7

    What Windows 7 file system do you implement recognizing that the accounting manager needs a system that can be secure?

    2011090495 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Media Player error

    Hi, I'm using a laptop with Windows 7 OS. I had installed USB security software for dealing with any problems on virus through pen drives, but my antivirus detected the software itself as a threat after upgrading the anti virus, but before I could remove it, it checked for unwanted issues slowing...

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  • Does anyone know of a workaround for closed ports?

    I've been teaching a programming class at a high school and I'm working on giving them a networking project for their final. I figured out what I want to do but the problem is that all the ports at the school are closed and they've already told me that they're not going to open them for me. Does...

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  • Taking and restoring Ghost image for Windows in RAID 5

    I want to take Ghost image for windows in RAID5 and able to restore the image again when the system fails or something happened in the drive.

    Mizomotaz40 pointsBadges:
  • Path Depth in Windows XP, Windows 7, & Vista

    I have a client that receives files from one of his clients in Sweden, the files are obviously created in Windows 7 or Vista but he is running Windows XP. Now the Files and Folders full paths can run up to 13 folders deep for example this is the full path to one of the files C:Documents and...

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  • mobile system time

    Are there specific hacks that require you to change your system time, and if so, what are they and what do they accomplish

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  • Finding the host from VMware Fusion

    We've just created a new virtual machine on Windows XP using VMware Fusion. Our VM is using NAT to share our host's Internet connection. But how can we access the host from it? I believe we need to find the IP address first, but what's after that?

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  • Is there a way to look at a specific port using a command line?

    Hi everyone! I'm looking for a way to examine the status of a port using the Microsoft Windows command line. I know there's NETSTAT that examines all ports but it's really slow so I want to look at one specific port.

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  • I need cisco aironet 802.11a/b/g driver for windows xp

    Hi I lost my cd that contained my network wireless adapter aironet 802.11a/b/g driver and I couldn't download it from cisco site!! Could anyone help me!? Thank you. --- Regards Mahnaz

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