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Everything posted by jcarle

  1. Any reason why it has to be a batch file? Perhaps you could write something simple using VBScript instead?
  2. That's not a batch file, that a VBScript file. Change your file extension to .vbs.
  3. document.getElementById(idData).innerHTML will do the trick.
  4. You'll need to implement a keylogger : http://www.keylogger.org/articles/silent-s...er-in-vb-3.html
  5. The eight-ball waits for your query at http://www.google.com/
  6. Take a look at http://www.aspfree.com/c/a/VB.NET/Digging-...ript-using-WMI/
  7. You'll want to look into http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa387099(VS.85).aspx
  8. Please consult http://www.hilgraeve.com/KB/KnowledgeBase/...amp;article=211
  9. Are you running the script as a service? If so, this sounds like a user permissions issue. Try running the script as the User you use to RDP with.
  10. MSDN will be the most complete reference : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/sy...dows.forms.aspx
  11. Bumping is a good way to get yourself banned, so please don't do that. You can be assured that everyone saw your reply, no one felt the need to answer. You may want to look at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/sy...ing(VS.80).aspx
  12. Makefiles are only a small subset of C++ development. I don't believe you'll find any books specifically attributed to that topic as it will simply be a chapter of a larger general C++ programming book.
  13. I don't believe what you're looking for exists. Short of writing a custom printer driver, I think you'll have to stick to printing 4 pages at a time manually.
  14. DirectX is an API, I don't think you quite understand how it's applied.
  15. Sounds like a NTFS file permission. Make sure you're using basic authentication as well.
  16. My best recommendation is http://www.sqlservercentral.com/
  17. The Antec P18x series (P180, P182, P183) offer the best thermally efficient airflow on the market at the moment in my opinion.
  18. http://www.directxtutorial.com/ could be a good place to get you started.
  19. This is a relic from old folks like myself, but you could use edlin, it was still included with Windows Server 2003. Take a look at the command help.

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