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The Recycling Bin is a special folder, and Windows (especially Explorer) is doing it's best to hide the contents of others' Recycling Bins from you. You'll need to use a tool like TreeSize (as you did) or an alternate Explorer (like Total Commander, etc.) to access them directly. There are also tools specific to the task as well, like rifiuti2.


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Even though is offtopic, i decided to make a reply for your Question. There are some ready packages for your kind of job. You need to setup a WebSite with PHP , MySQL , Email server, and FTP . An essential solution would be XAMPP. XAMPP Provides a configured bundle of Apache HTTP Server, PHP, MySQL , EMAIL Server, and FileZilla FTPD. This is usually for ...


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It is good security practice to keep local account names hidden to all but those with superuser permissions. In the Control Panel and in Computer Management > Local Users and Groups > Users the account would not appear to local users. Thus, restoring the system data would not make the user appear.


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Log in as administrator open XAMPP go to the control panel open the service settings enable the service settings and check all the services you want to be available (apache, mysql...) close XAMPP restart the server try Each server in XAMPP you can install also as Windows service. You can also install it from the XAMPP Control Panel. In this case ...


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It appears your computer has 6to4, an IPv6 transition/tunneling technology, enabled. Unfortunately 6to4 is very unreliable in practice and for many people it is completely broken. It's a good idea to disable all of the transition technologies if you aren't actually using them, since they can all cause various problems such as this. You can do so from an ...


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Fixed one of these on win 8.1 by resetting TCP/IP and Winsock. For anyone who needs info on how, open ADMIN command prompt and run: Windows Vista, 7, 8 netsh i i r r netsh winsock reset Then reboot. Windows XP netsh i i r r netsh w r Then reboot. Good luck!


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FileLocker is a freeware/open source command line tool. Usage: FileLocker [/T LockTime] [/I] [/K] [/Q] file [file...] /T LockTime Time in milliseconds to lock the file /I Infinite locking until process is killed (default) /K Lock file until key is pressed /Q Be quiet.


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You may already have Intel ANS installed as part of your Proset Control Panel. Windows 2012 is the first Windows OS that has a link aggregation method rather than using the NIC driver set, but you're on 2008r2, correct? Intel was one of the first to have link aggregation capabilities (for their server adapters) and you'll need to choose the appropriate ...


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This is called NIC teaming and is hardware/software based, not Windows based. You'll need to get the correct software for your hardware configuration (For example use Broadcom Advanced Control Suite if you have Broadcom NetXtreme adapters). If you tell us your hardware configuration we could provide more info, maybe. This link is helpful (Section 2.2): ...


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Issue resolved. It was related to the While routing Kernel chokes on spurious "too big" IP packets bug.


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5GB is the size limit set by AWS for any single object being uploaded: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/dev/UploadingObjects.html Consider using the multi-part uploader: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/dev/uploadobjusingmpu.html



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