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Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
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comment Clear Multiple Monitor Configuration for Windows 10
Managed to resolve my own issue differently (restarting whilst having my laptop lid closed and plugged into both screens), but the question still stands.
Dec
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asked Clear Multiple Monitor Configuration for Windows 10
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Jan
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comment Something took control over Notepad++?
@kapep "Apologies"? Maybe this wasn't the best choice of update, but the discussion is getting hyperbolic. Can I remind you that notepad++ is free and basically exists because of the generosity of Don Ho and the other contributors. If you have enterprise specific needs you really have to cough up or shut up.
Nov
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comment Windows ignores GPT disk and converts to MBR during installation
I found this related question: superuser.com/questions/616340/… Which is what gave me the idea to turn off secure and fast boot.
Nov
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comment Windows ignores GPT disk and converts to MBR during installation
Right. I solved my problem: I made sure I was booting from dvd in uefi. I disabled fast boot and set secure boot to "other OS" (ie off) [Can't comment on whether this was required, sorry]. I then did the cleaning and convert again. Windows Still gave the warning that it couldn't install and manual partitioning resulted in 2.2tb max partitions. So it didn't do it manually, I just pointed at the cleaned and converted disk and let it install. Checked, and it seemd to have worked.
Nov
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comment Windows ignores GPT disk and converts to MBR during installation
May be that I'm not installing windows in UEFI mode? Is that a boot option?
Nov
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asked Windows ignores GPT disk and converts to MBR during installation
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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comment How can an e-mail get lost?
I'm pretty sure you can reproduce the false positive spam scenario (which may or may not be your problem) by emailing an .exe file to a gmail account. I imagine a justification is that they don't want to provide a test environment for spammers and that the return message may be infected?
Feb
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Dec
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accepted Sharing: Give mobile device homegroup access (but no more than that)
Dec
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comment Sharing: Give mobile device homegroup access (but no more than that)
Not at all. Thanks for your suggestion it really is a good one.
Dec
30
comment Sharing: Give mobile device homegroup access (but no more than that)
It's a good idea, as far as my main question goes. I suspect that you might be suggesting the only real way, but it's not at all tidy. I'm still quite interested in how I might limit sharing to remote users who know the machine's windows login info without cutting off home-group.
Dec
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asked Sharing: Give mobile device homegroup access (but no more than that)
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