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DiGGiTY

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  1. I use BitComet for large Torrents, and Morpheus for smaller files... (although it sucks!) Just loaded DC++ which I didn't even know existed... I'll check it out... Thanks
  2. The setting for showing white space between pages may have been turned off. To show white space between pages, do the following: On the View menu, click Print Layout. On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the View tab. Under Print and Web Layout options, select the White space between pages (Print view only) check box. Missing headers and footers on the first page If you see headers and footers on every page except the first page, the Different first page option may be selected. Make sure you're in print layout view. If your document is divided into sections, click in a section or select multiple sections in which you want the header or footer to appear on the first page. On the File menu, click Page Setup, and then click the Layout tab. Clear the Different first page check box.
  3. If I recall, I think the OPK is related to the OEM System Builder release. (oem.microsoft.com).
  4. Windows ME is up there with the old Microsoft BOB interface....
  5. You should run the OS you prefer. While I would never run it, good for those that will. My favorite operating environment will never be yours and vice versa. Corporations, however, have to consider the support lifetime. See below: Key Dates: * Paid incident support for Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, and Windows Millennium Edition (Me) is available through June 30, 2006. * Critical security updates will be provided on the Windows Update site through June 30, 2006. * Customers may request non-critical security fixes for Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Me, and the most current version of their components until June 30, 2006 through typical assisted-support channels. * Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, and Windows Me downloads for existing security issues will continue to be available through regular assisted-support channels at no charge until June 30, 2006. * No-charge incident support and extended hotfix support for Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition ended on June 30, 2003. * No-charge incident support and extended hotfix support for Windows Me ended on December 31, 2003. * Online self-help support will be available until at least June 30, 2007.
  6. You're stuck with reinstalling SP2.
  7. I think you're stuck with running diskpart post-install.
  8. I think PASV FTP is disabled with SP2...? Not sure... Check this 1. Start Internet Explorer. 2. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options. 3. Click the Advanced tab. 4. Under Browsing, click to clear the Enable folder view for FTP sites check box. 5. Click to select the Use Passive FTP (for firewall and DSL modem compatibility) check box. 6. Click OK.
  9. The setup will vary depending on the solution. If you're interested, check out some of Microsoft's information here: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechn...t/revproxy.mspx
  10. Here's some info from RedmondMag that may help. However, ther rule of thumb with RIS is to use different images for different mass storage controllers. If the server where you install the image has a different mass storage device than the server imaged with Riprep, you’ll run into installation problems. Microsoft’s white paper, “Sysprep Update: Image Maintenance: Reducing the Number of Master Images Required,” (go to http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/downloads/ servicepacks/sp2/deploytools.asp and click on the link "NewSysprep documentation") has tips for hacking unattended setup entries but, frankly, it’s easier just to use separate images for each server with a different mass storage device.
  11. Check out the Local installation cache source tool. http://blogs.msdn.com/robmen/archive/2004/05/28/144005.aspx
  12. If you unistall the monitor drivers, and the video drivers and give her a reboot are you still in the same situation?
  13. You only have two options. Use a uniqueness database file (udf) like mentioned above, or run your username computername generation process in DOS prior to launching winnt.exe. Also, try loading smartdrv with 20480 20480 passed to it to speed up loading XP.
  14. I'd take the above advice first, and if that doesn't work, write down the exact error you get and search support.microsoft.com for it. There are several instances where a single .dll file is messed up and needs to be replaced from the original .CAB file
  15. If you rename it, you can always rename it back.
  16. I've played with this before.... It is actually really nice, except that its not freeware...
  17. I did a google on it, and nothing is returned. It is not a system file... thats for sure. I'd rename it and see if anything you need is using it before deleting it.
  18. :: delims is a TAB followed by a space FOR /F "tokens=2* delims= " %%A IN ('REG QUERY "HKLM\Software\cie\desktop" /v Oslanguage') DO SET Language=%%B ECHO Language=%Language% Of course, you can do what you wisj with the Language variable
  19. You need to go to the management console of your Access Point. This is usually accessible via HTTP on 192.168.0.1. From inside the management console, you can find its MAC address.
  20. Windows XP will take advantage of Dual Xeon processors. The real advantage, though, is for applications that can take advantage of HT. As a workstation operating system, I'd stick with XP. Dual Xeon's show up as 4 CPU's.
  21. Use the registry console tool (REG.EXE). Here's the syntax: REG QUERY KeyName [/v ValueName | /ve] KeyName [\Machine\]FullKey Machine - Name of remote machine, omitting defaults to the current machine Only HKLM and HKU are available on remote machines FullKey - in the form of ROOTKEY\SubKey name ROOTKEY [ HKLM | HKCU | HKCR | HKU | HKCC ] SubKey - The full name of a registry key under the selected ROOTKEY /v query for a specific registry key ValueName - The name, under the selected Key, to query if omitted, all values under the Key are queried /ve query for the default value or empty value name <no name> /s queries all subkeys and values
  22. I'm not sure if it can be done, but you might want to look at creating a default profile using the Office Profile Wizard and applying it using a .MST (transform)
  23. You can't do this, as the registry and 'system protected files' will be different between two different model servers. However, if you're just trying to restore Active Directory/Login Scripts/Group Policy Objects, I'd just do a plain W2K3 install on the backup box (maybe before hand to save time), promote to DC, and then restore the AD by starting your system in Directory Services Restore mode and follow the authoritative Directory Services Restore procedures; this technique will also let you restore your Sysvol folder (startup, login scripts plus Group Policy). If you have other DC's that are still functional and don't need an authoritative AD restore, simply promote the server to DC and let it sync up.


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