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comment Batch script to only run command for 1 machine
I wouldn't personally use IF NOT x == y where IF x NEQ y would be equally effective, but that's just a matter of personal preference. The only way you can use %IP% as an element in your conditional statement is if you have by some means already assigned the system's IP address to that variable - it is not a built-in environment variable, like %COMPUTERNAME% is.
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answered Batch script to only run command for 1 machine
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comment Why does the PowerShell ISE not isolate script variables to the script scope?
I don't see anything in the linked post addressing this behavior.
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asked Why does the PowerShell ISE not isolate script variables to the script scope?
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comment Why does BitLocker need a minimum volume size of 64 MB?
@FooBar Perhaps, but BitLocker imposes much more unnecessary overhead by far than the file systems do. And, since TrueCrypt has been abandoned (at least until someone forks it) I'm not aware of any other reasonably trusted and free file/container encryption software that's being actively maintained.
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comment Windows Remote Assistance over Internet (through NAT)
@AlexD Two different programs, but both use the Terminal Services (AKA Remote Desktop Protocol) on port 3389. technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb457004.aspx
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answered How to compute regularization date in excel
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comment Why does BitLocker need a minimum volume size of 64 MB?
@and31415 Thanks for the information. Now the question still remains open as to what technically justifiable reason there is for this.
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comment RDP into windows 7 localhost
I'm pretty sure the answer is no. Why would you possibly want to do this anyway?
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answered Kill all internet explorer's belonging to the current user
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comment Kill all internet explorer's belonging to the current user
@Wutnaut The /U switch only specifies the user context under which the command should run - it doesn't necessarily filter its effectiveness down to processes run only by that user. Easy fix: Don't run it as an Administrator.