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Jul
27
comment Windows 7 goes into hibernation immediately after the UPS kicks on
I unplugged the data from the UPS and ran it down to 45% and then restored grid power and then reconnected the data. Windows then showed the battery at 45%. So I don't think it's a communication issue. I'll monkey with the things you suggested.
Jul
27
comment Windows 7 goes into hibernation immediately after the UPS kicks on
@Iszi - If you attach a UPS that Windows is happy with, Windows will show the same battery icons you get on a laptop.
Jul
27
revised Windows 7 goes into hibernation immediately after the UPS kicks on
More info.
Jul
27
comment Windows 7 goes into hibernation immediately after the UPS kicks on
@Iszi - I said nothing about a laptop. I could take my computer home every night. But hauling desktop tower home on my motorcycle wouldn't be very fun.
Jul
27
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27
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27
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Jul
27
asked Windows 7 goes into hibernation immediately after the UPS kicks on
Feb
15
answered In Firefox how do I disable “switch to tab” in URL bar?
Nov
7
comment Allow IIS7.5 to serve up a file larger then 2 GB
"the configuration section 'Security' cannot be read because it is missing a section declaration."
Nov
5
comment Allow IIS7.5 to serve up a file larger then 2 GB
Your sample config is more or less the same as mine. ;) It still gives the same error on line 4.
Nov
5
comment An equivalent of ssh port-tunneling for Windows servers?
@Zoredache - Good to know.
Nov
4
comment Allow IIS7.5 to serve up a file larger then 2 GB
Doesn't seam to matter where I put it I get an error "the configuration section 'Security' cannot be read because it is missing a section declaration."
Nov
4
comment An equivalent of ssh port-tunneling for Windows servers?
sourceforge.net/projects/sshwindows/files
Nov
4
comment Allow IIS7.5 to serve up a file larger then 2 GB
iis.net/ConfigReference/system.webServer/asp/limits -- I'm guessing that is just for caching... but it's the closest thing I have found so far.
Nov
4
comment Allow IIS7.5 to serve up a file larger then 2 GB
There isn't a config for this site... so I'll give it a go with a blank config and see what happens.
Nov
4
comment An equivalent of ssh port-tunneling for Windows servers?
I answered below. But I don't know if it will let you go the other way around. That is using putty on the server and running ssh on your box. I haven't tried it but something tells me it won't work. Give it a go anyway and find out.
Nov
4
answered An equivalent of ssh port-tunneling for Windows servers?
Nov
4
comment An equivalent of ssh port-tunneling for Windows servers?
Hate to say it but I think you are hosed. Remote Desktop won't let you do any kind of cool tunneling. :/
Nov
4
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