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I like music and computers. 


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comment How do I reset the login password on a Mac OS X guest OS running in VMware Fusion?
@mdpc That actually was exactly what I was going for with this question--I wanted to figure out how to, say boot into recovery mode or boot from a "DVD" image that would be able to access the VM's virtual disk. But Spiff's answer still does the trick!
Mar
27
asked Is it possible to NTLM-authenticate telnet on Windows specifying credential?
Mar
22
comment How do computers generate random numbers
Random() isn't magic--this question is about how it works.
Mar
17
asked How do I reset the login password on a Mac OS X guest OS running in VMware Fusion?
Mar
8
answered Visual Studio Short cuts using Mac Keyboard
Mar
6
answered Use Terminal Server to play on-hold music
Mar
4
comment Use Terminal Server to play on-hold music
Huh, interesting. Are you sure about auto logon? I have a 2008R2 server that does this, but it's also not running RDS.
Mar
4
comment Use Terminal Server to play on-hold music
Do you really need to be able to change the music remotely? Honestly I think the time you'll spend getting this to work flawlessly is worth far more than the money you'd spend just buying one of these.
Feb
28
comment How can I use my laptop like an external hdd with use of any cable
@Moab I'm well aware, just like to be thorough.
Feb
28
comment How can I use my laptop like an external hdd with use of any cable
As a practical joke?
Feb
28
answered How can I use my laptop like an external hdd with use of any cable
Feb
28
comment Sync .IMG To Dropbox Without Reuploading Entire File When Changes Are Made?
@Enigma83 Are you sure that only a single byte of the resulting file is being changed? Depending on the format, a single-byte change of "decoded" data may cause a larger change to the final resulting file.
Feb
24
comment sharing an intranet site across several locations
@krowe Purpose-built routers will likely be more expensive, but you're right that there may be easier out-of-the-box options for this nowadays. The part of this answer that is outdated is DynDNS being free: the company is now called Dyn.com, and this service costs $30/year. But you are wrong about service reliability--unless you are power cycling your modems every 10 minutes, updates are only going to occur every few days, and will be triggered automatically by your router firmware. I've been using it at multiple locations for TEN YEARS and never had any issues.
Feb
18
comment Range extension for new blu ray
+1 - and also, OP could purchase another router since most have a built-in switch, but would then require some more careful configuration to put it into bridge mode.
Jan
26
awarded  mac
Jan
24
answered Add access point without ethernet connection?
Jan
23
reviewed Approve Multipage TIFF — How do I remove “Subfiletype” exif tag?
Jan
23
reviewed Approve Xbox controller isn't working on my Windows 8 PC
Jan
23
reviewed Approve Laptop battery says plugged in, not charging
Jan
21
awarded  Notable Question