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Technology Enthusiast, Gamer, Sci-Fi Addict, and DIY-er in training. =)


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awarded  Inquisitive
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jun
25
awarded  Famous Question
Jun
18
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
18
asked Is there a way to configure IE to prompt for user credentials for a single specific site instead of an entire zone?
May
15
accepted What specific sequence of events can cause “SSL_ERROR_RX_UNEXPECTED_SERVER_HELLO” in Firefox?
May
14
asked What specific sequence of events can cause “SSL_ERROR_RX_UNEXPECTED_SERVER_HELLO” in Firefox?
May
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comment What is short-path missing for C:\Program Files? How can I add it back?
Hi Debra, I updated the question summary to include the output of that command. No shortcuts display. Any thoughts?
May
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revised What is short-path missing for C:\Program Files? How can I add it back?
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Apr
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comment What is short-path missing for C:\Program Files? How can I add it back?
Thanks for the prompt response. That's just it though - if I try C:\>cd c:\progra~1I get a response of The system cannot find the path specified"
Apr
25
asked What is short-path missing for C:\Program Files? How can I add it back?
Apr
24
asked Do high-end graphics cards yield better 2D editing performance than “mid-range” cards?
Apr
14
asked Is the Whitelist Network Service Filter Feature on ASUS Routers broken?
Feb
6
comment How do I restart a service at every reboot?
How about using a crontab task with the @reboot param? Details here: linuxandlife.com/2013/01/…
Feb
5
comment How can I confirm if a process is being blocked from communicating on a network?
@MikeNaylor Thanks. I tried that and it didn't work. :-( I was hoping for some tool that would allow me to have more visibility to these types of interactions so I could check for other processes potentially doing something. ...and that way, it would also help me troubleshoot in environments with completely different software.
Feb
5
comment How can I confirm if a process is being blocked from communicating on a network?
@techie007 Hehe, thanks. The thought had crossed my mind but I didn't know if that would show blocks of this potential nature. For example, would it show another process (e.g. foosecurity.exe) performing some action on my application (e.g. fooapplication.exe)? I thought procmon was more for file system level interaction.
Feb
5
comment How can I confirm if a process is being blocked from communicating on a network?
@MikeNaylor Yes - Wireshark doesn't show any packets specific to that process leaving machine - yet logs on the application itself show that it's trying to initiate a HTTPS session and timing out. I'm able to reach the same destination fine from a web browser. Hence why I'm suspecting that something local to the OS is blocking the process.
Feb
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asked How can I confirm if a process is being blocked from communicating on a network?
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awarded  Notable Question
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