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Nov
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comment Is there a way to display a countdown or stopwatch timer in a terminal?
Humbly suggest adding the 'sleep' statements in the answer, and saving much CPU processing worldwide :)
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Sep
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answered Can Firefox tell what it uses CPU for?
Jun
28
comment Mirroring a web site behind a login form
Thanks - I've done that before with HTTrack, but for some reason it always take me several tries to get it to work, although I can't see a reason why. Did you ever get the built-in forms authentication support to work? It never worked for my site. httrack.kauler.com/help/CatchURL_tutorial
Jun
27
comment Mirroring a web site behind a login form
It took me a while to figure it out, and the documentation was sparse, but I realized that I could use the embedded IE-based browser to log into the form and then choose "Add the next clicked link as a project". The "autosave" feature was nice as well, although it messed up my form post occasionally. Gonna eval it for 30 days, could be what I'm looking for.
Jun
27
comment Mirroring a web site behind a login form
Awesome, seems like the Pro version supports POST into forms, I'll check it out
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Apr
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answered How does Windows 7 licensing work for running the OS as Virtual Machines?
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comment How does Windows 7 licensing work for running the OS as Virtual Machines?
-1, as cliff said - only applies to Software Assurance
Mar
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comment Is there any 'sudo' command for Windows?
Awesome - exactly what I was looking for. I didn't want to run as a command has a different user, only to run it with elevated privileges.
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Jan
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answered Which free tools for Windows Server 2003 R2 can I use to transfer files over a Terminal Services session?