I can never seem to remember the registry settings for this so here it is for review. This works for Windows XP thru 7 to the best of my knowledge.You can use Registry Editor to add your log on information. To do this, follow these steps:Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.Locate the following registry key:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows … Continue reading Auto Logon for Windows XP thru 7
Open a command prompt (type “cmd” in Run dialog box) and then, type systeminfo and scroll down to view the original install date of Windows.
From time to time, I need to clear or reset a saved password to a network share. When I connect to a remote computer and click the Remember Password checkbox, it gets stored somewhere… this command will help you manage those passwords: rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr
Ain't this some dumb shit? In windows 7 you need to have your firewall enabled in order to share your printer (and files supposedly). Huh? Here's Microsoft's explanation.
This is mostly for my own reference. Just a list of MS Exchange versions/build numbers. Exchange Server 4.0 4.0.837 April 1996 Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 (a) 4.0.993 August 1996 Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 SP1 4.0.838 May 1996 Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 SP2 4.0.993 August 1996 Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 SP3 4.0.994 November 1996 Microsoft Exchange … Continue reading Exchange Build Numbers
For all the crap we give Microsoft about their operating systems I have to give them one thing- backwards compatibility. I know it comes at a price. However in the rare situation like when I had to load Lotus Organizer from 1997 on a 64bit version of Windows 7....and it worked. You gotta give them … Continue reading Still workin…