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To allow Guest to use remote logon, one needs to add the Guest account to the Remote Desktop Users group, as described in the article Configure the Remote Desktop Users Group. Start the Control Panel -> System Click the Remote tab Under "Remote Desktop" click the "Select Users..." button Click Advanced Click Find now Scroll down and double-click on Guest ...


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I can't replicate this situation but please, try this: Local Security Policy -> Applicatio Control Policies -> AppLocker -> Executable Rules -> Create new rule... Create rule exception for Guest to lunch %SYSTEM32%\mstsc.exe file.


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My issue was resolved by starting the Link-Layer Topology service. It was previously set to Manual and was not started after I had reinstalled Windows 7.


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You want to login as System user to run command with the priviledges of this special user. You can't log in but it's possible to run programs with this user priviledges. One solution [but only for 64 bit OS] is RunAsSystem


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Yes it is but it is hard to explain. Well technically your logged into the system account when your not logged into your account. Change Sethc to any other name then copy cmd.exe and name the copy sethc then on login press shift 5 times. it opens CMD.EXE. then type in explorer.exe then you are in the system account!


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In order for the keypresses to be recognized, install Logitech SetPoint. This will also allow the use of the special buttons, such as the volume up/down and home buttons.


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In order to fix your problem, please follow below instructions: Step 1 Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, tap "Settings", and then tap "Change PC settings". But if you are using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen and move the mouse pointer up. Then click "Settings" and "Change PC settings". Step 2 Tap or click "update and ...


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Free option: NetBalancer at netbalancer.com All you do is download and install it then 1) go to Edit > Level Severity > slide to 0 2) go to Edit > Settings > "UI Settings" tab > Traffic Unit set to Mb (with small b) 3) go to settings > "Traffic, Bandwidth and system Traffic" tab > limit all system traffic > set the download to 0,6 Mb/s. 4) go to Edit > ...


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If you click on the arrow and select "Customize" you will be able to set the display settings for each icon type. Optoins are: Show icon and notifications Hide icon and notifications Only show notifications In this context, "Hidden" refers to when the icon is only found after clicking on the arrow and doesnt remain on the taskbar by default. Hope this ...


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after trying most editors and regedit search ,i find a way to remove all unwanted entries(Adobe Bridge, Web Matrix, Git, Practicount, Winmerge, teraCopy) with ContextEdit tool. 500KB for v1.2 Open it as Administrator and search for "File Folder" and "Folder" Entry like below screenshot and look the right hand side 2 boxes and uncheck unwanted entries. ...


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Reference BitLocker Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) What happens if I try to open a BitLocker-protected, NTFS-formatted removable drive by using a computer running Windows XP or Windows Vista? In most cases, Windows XP and Windows Vista will not be able to recognize a BitLocker-protected, NTFS-formatted removable drive. In many situations, ...


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I'm afraid that you'll probably be forced to go to those backups that you should be keeping. The purpose of disk encryption is afterall NOT to be able to do what you are suggestion. Otherwise, why use this to keep your disk secure?


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Access the Sound option via Control Panel: Make sure both playback devices are enabled Choose your headphones as the default device by right clicking on them and selecting Set as Default Device Open Windows Media Player Click Organize → Options Click the Devices tab Select Speakers and click Properties Select your speakers from the Select the audio device ...


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This seems like an issue with your IP configuration, please try one oof the below methods to assign IP address automatically and check the results, Open Control Panel. Click Network and Internet. Click View network status and tasks. Click Change adapter settings. Right click the wireless adapter and select Properties. Select Internet Protocol Version 4. ...


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One quick fix is to click on 'show desktop' button twice on the very right side of the taskbar on windows 7/8/8.1


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Need more info, so here's a general troubleshooting list that's too long for a comment: Reboot the laptop, the router, and the modem, grab a coffee. If the problem persists you'll need the coffee. You can restart them all at the same time, but if you want to be super careful, you turn off all 3 devices, then turn them on one after another, with 30 seconds ...


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Simple just Rename ie32 folder: like this (c:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer 32) copy ie 64bit folder (c:\Program Files\Internet Explorer) to ie 32 folder (c:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer) Enjoy


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The solution was a combination of many different things: The "Task Manager" calculates all the memory, but in the list of processes it doesn't list every instance. I downloaded a program called "Process Explorer" which gave a very detailed list of every instance. One of the processes in the list is: "svchost.exe (LocalSystemNetworkRestricted)" which ...


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I have the same problem and from what I see searching the web, you are likely missing the intel drivers or other drivers for your disk controller for the c drive. In my case it looks like it is related to having a hybrid drive.


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When Windows starts, lots of programs run. As well as several dozen services, there are also a number of programs scheduled separately to run either when the computer starts or when a user logs on. A few of these programs check something and then exit, but most wait for some condition which they are monitoring. As long as there is free memory available they ...


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Based on your screenshots: The "Available Memory" in the System Info (screenshot 3) is showing you the amount of RAM that's currently available to you to use. You're currently using a little more than 2 GB of your 4 GB total RAM (see memory graphs in second screenshot), so you have just under 2 GB left and "available" to you. If you were using only 1 GB ...


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Just try this Microsoft tool first. This worked for me just now... http://support2.microsoft.com/mats/windows_media_player_diagnostic/


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You know the computer works and you know the monitor works. I think the graphics card is bad. Can you swap it to check?


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At work we use Powershell to monitor folders. It can be used since Windows Vista (.NET and PowerShell is preinstalled) without any additional tools. This script monitors a certain folder and writes a logfile. You can replace the action and do whatever you want e.g call an external tool 11/23/2014 19:22:04, Created, D:\source\New Text Document.txt ...


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AT 07:21AM /every:M,T,W,Th,F,S,Su taskkill /f /im PROGRAM.EXE You can get the program name by going into task manager and clicking the "Processes" tab.


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The directory you're describing (not a file) is likely to be a directory of installation files for a Windows Update. They're usually safe to delete, because they only appear when they've been fully downloaded, unpacked, and applied. They're usually deleted after the fact, but in certain cases, Windows fails to. You should be safe deleting this directory.



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