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Not sure about the 'super' but I am at least a power user.


Oct
9
comment Is SQLCMD part of the DB Engine or Client Tools?
@RandolphWest - At least for 2008 R2, if you install without the Management Tools Basic, you still get sqlcmd.exe, I've done that many times on Windows Server Core machines and use sqlcmd there all the time. I will check about this for 2012.
Oct
9
answered Any advantage of using Windows Server 2012 R2 instead of Windows 8.1 for a workstation
Oct
3
answered Will installing Windows 8.1 RTM install a beta version of IE 11?
Oct
3
comment CMD says NFS tools are missing, but Explorer says they're not
Are you using the 32bit version of Xplorer Square? In that case 'C:\windows\system32' really shows the content of 'C:\Windows\SysWOW64', use the 32bit version of cmd.exe
Sep
29
answered Making a batch file to hide the local disk drive
Sep
27
answered How can I create a new user account on Windows 8 associated with a Microsoft email account?
Sep
7
answered How can I determine what version of Windows in the windows.old folder?
Sep
1
revised Long running chkdsk on Windows 7 1TB external hard drive
Added chkdsk to the title
Sep
1
suggested suggested edit on Long running chkdsk on Windows 7 1TB external hard drive
Sep
1
revised DateTime to just Date
added libreoffice tag
Sep
1
suggested suggested edit on DateTime to just Date
Sep
1
answered How can I get rid of an empty Drive Letter?
Aug
31
answered Why can't I run my program with more than 4 GB of memory on 64-bit Windows?
Aug
31
answered How can I turn sharing and Windows Defender on/off from the Windows 8 command line?
Aug
30
answered Use standard output from .Net application with powershell's Out-GridView
Aug
29
answered List of Hidden / Virtual Windows User Accounts
Aug
25
answered WinXP dir command: 3 and 4 char extensions are the same?
Aug
17
answered Get rid of the power and accessibility options on Windows 8 logon screen
Aug
12
answered What does “Windows Authentication details” for a server mean?
Aug
12
comment IIS log folder permissions not being inherited
@Sean - What version of IIS are you using. At least on 8, the folder is not created when you create a site but after the first hit on the site. The permissions on that folder are then not changed anymore. There is only one folder per site. By default a new file is created every day. How can folders get full? You can change the 'Log File Rollover' from 'Schedule' to 'Max file size'. I have not done that but I doubt it will change the general behavior of the logging.