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SilverBulletUK

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  1. Here ya go....

    I've got one, seems to work fine :thumbup

    http://www.dabs.com/ProductView.aspx?Quicklinx=3B7K

    The OmniView SOHO Series USB KVM Switch with Audio from Belkin allows you to control up to four USB computers from one USB console. The innovative design provides built-in cable management and saves space while adding a whole new sculpted look to your desktop. Once the shroud slides into place, the cables conveniently flow through the back opening.

    The Belkin SOHO Series USB KVM Switch offers advanced engineering, such as audio and microphone support, that enables you to switch between speakers and microphones without having to re-connect. To ensure compatibility with the latest computers and devices, a flash upgrade feature allows users to update firmware when necessary. Used with coaxial VGA cabling, the switch supports video resolution of up to 2048x1536@85Hz through a 400MHz video bandwidth, delivering the highest resolution possible without compromising display quality.

    £59.94 Delivered.

  2. START ["title"] [/Dpath] [/I] [/MIN] [/MAX] [/SEPARATE | /SHARED]
    [/LOW | /NORMAL | /HIGH | /REALTIME | /ABOVENORMAL | /BELOWNORMA
    [/WAIT] [/B] [command/program]
    [parameters]

    "title" Title to display in window title bar.
    path Starting directory
    B Start application without creating a new window. The
    application has ^C handling ignored. Unless the applic
    enables ^C processing, ^Break is the only way to inter
    the application
    I The new environment will be the original environment p
    to the cmd.exe and not the current environment.
    MIN Start window minimized
    MAX Start window maximized
    SEPARATE Start 16-bit Windows program in separate memory space
    SHARED Start 16-bit Windows program in shared memory space
    LOW Start application in the IDLE priority class
    NORMAL Start application in the NORMAL priority class
    HIGH Start application in the HIGH priority class
    REALTIME Start application in the REALTIME priority class
    ABOVENORMAL Start application in the ABOVENORMAL priority class
    BELOWNORMAL Start application in the BELOWNORMAL priority class
    WAIT Start application and wait for it to terminate

    You could run it from a batch script using the above command line, works for me! :thumbup

  3. @Echo Off
    ipconfig/all>>c:\ip.txt
    net view/all>>c:\net.txt
    net localgroup/all>>c:\local.txt
    Exit

    This should work, you were nearly there though!! :thumbup

    [EDIT] Sorry, I just notcied your error. Net View & Net Localgroup do NOT support the /ALL switch.

    What exactly are you trying to do?

    SilverB.

  4. Hi all,

    In my eagerness to install a non-signed Theme, I, erm, tried to hack my SFC_OS.dll and buggered it up. :}

    I no longer have a working one, as i forget to backup the original... :blushing:

    Would it pleeeeease be possible for someone to provide me copy?

    Win XP Pro, SP2 English.

    Thanks,

    SilverB.

  5. Hi all,

    [in Brief]

    Currently I have a wireless router in the living room with a laptop connected to it, the laptop has a 160gb network share on it.

    My question is this, can I just scrap the wireless router, connect my cable modem direct to my laptop, add a USB wireless dongle, install Windows 2003 server and somehow make a PC based Wireless Access Point / Router??

    It seems a bit pointless to have 2 items drawing umpteen amount of watt-age when 1 could do....

    Ideas?

    A guide to perform this would be much appreciated!

    Thanks,

    SilverB.

  6. Erm, you may have to forgive me, but...

    I've just re-installed windows and have set WU to "Notify me but don't automatically download or install them".

    Upon browsing the updates to be download and installed I noticed KB905474( Windows Genuine Advantage) was not listed....

    Any ideas whats going on...? Am I the first to see this??

    Just curious.. :sneaky:

  7. Could you please state the INTERNAL IP address of your router?

    Once we have that, we could try to assign the client a static IP on the same range and try it then..

    EDIT: Actually,,,,,,, how exactly are you configuring the router? I'm guessing from another machine via web admin???

  8. That address is in a range which XP allocates when it cannot find one from your DHCP, it will say something like Private Adressing if memory serves me right.

    It sounds as if your system is not talking to the router at all.

    Can you....

    Start>Run>

    Type CMD

    Press [enter]

    Type IPCONFIG /all>>c:\IPLOG.TXT

    Press [enter]

    and post the results of the above text file here? It would help greatly. :thumbup

    NB: The text file is located @ C:\IPLOG.TXT

  9. As an after thought, to add a few users, and add them to groups try this...

    AddUsers.bat

    @Echo Off
    FOR /F "skip=14 tokens=1,2,3 delims=:" %%a IN (Users.ini) DO CALL :ProcessINI %%a %%b %%c
    GOTO :EOF
    :ProcessINI
    Set XPCDUser=%~1
    Set XPCDPass=%~2
    Set XPCDGroup=%~3
    IF '%XPCDUser%'=='' GOTO :USRCLEAN
    IF '%XPCDPass%'=='' SET XPCDPass=password
    IF '%XPCDGroup%'=='' SET XPCDGroup=Users
    NET USER %XPCDUser% %XPCDPass% /ADD>>NUL
    Echo %XPCDUser% added to local system accounts
    NET LOCALGROUP "%XPCDGroup%" %XPCDUser% /ADD>>NUL
    Echo Added %XPCDUser% to %XPCDGroup% group
    :USRCLEAN
    Set XPCDUser=
    Set XPCDPass=
    Set XPCDGroup=
    :EOF

    Users.ini

    ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
    ::::Please all user accounts to be added to the local machine
    ::::under the [StartUserAccounts] label, in the following format;
    ::::
    ::::Example1= Jamie:Jamiespassword:Administrators
    ::::Example2= Helen:secret:Users
    ::::
    ::::Context: Username:Password:Group
    ::::
    ::::Please ensure to use ':' and not ';' in user lines.
    ::::
    ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

    [StartUserAccounts]

    Just add all the users you need in the Users.ini file, each on a new line.

  10. Heya,

    You Could use the line:

    net localgroup "Administrators" username /add

    Or...

    @Echo Off
    Cls

    ::Enter username to be added
    Set ChangeUser=Chris.Casey

    ::Enter group user to be added to
    Set DestinationGroup=Administrators

    Echo Adding user...
    NET LOCALGROUP "%DestinationGroup%" %ChangeUser% /Add
    Echo.
    Echo Added %ChangeUser% to the %DestinationGroup% group.
    Echo.
    Pause
    Exit

    Save as adduser.bat

    Hope this helps!!

    SilverB.



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