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Sep
24
accepted Can I convert an existing Firefox installation to ESR without a re-install?
Sep
22
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Sep
22
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Sep
20
comment PowerShell loads much slower than CMD; Can the PS startup be optimized?
@Synetech You might want to just get used to it. In newer versions of Windows, CMD won't be an option.
Sep
19
comment Command to see what version of HDMI
@EBGreen I ran the command you suggested, and that does not appear to have the information Moab is looking for. It's simply a list of supported screen resolutions, color depths, and refresh rates. Moab is looking for the supported HDMI Versions.
Sep
19
comment Command to see what version of HDMI
I was thinking WMIC or Registry, if anything. Perhaps searching WMIC with PowerShell might help, if it's there. I agree with @Keltari though, that this is probably not a function that will be built-in to Windows. If at all, it's probably only available through your device vendor's drivers and/or configuration software. If you're really lucky, you might be able to dig it up in some vendor-specific Registry key - but this will not likely be a solution that is widely applicable.
Sep
17
revised Can I convert an existing Firefox installation to ESR without a re-install?
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Sep
17
comment How to enable Internet Connection Sharing using command line?
Can't try this just now, but you might want to try running Process Monitor and pointing it at your Registry. See what keys/values change when you toggle & apply the setting, then write your script accordingly.
Sep
14
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Sep
13
revised Windows 7: Disable Lock Workstation After 10 Minutes Using Group Policy
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Sep
11
comment Configure TCP/IP to use DHCP and a Static IP Address at the Same Time
Care to provide a verifiable reference for this presumption?
Sep
6
comment How can I ping a range of IP addresses simultaneously
@WilliamHilsum Yeah, that is one downfall of PingInfoView I'm hoping Nir will fix some time. The feature is available in some of his other tools, like FastResolver. The only NirSoft tools I've had problems with in regards to AV are those which are related to password cracking/recovery.
Sep
6
comment Can't enable Remote Desktop in Windows Firewall?
Remote Desktop should automatically open the hole in Windows Firewall for you, once enabled. Are you running another firewall/security program? Is this a personal computer, or part of a corporate network?
Sep
6
comment Full File Path in Reference to Another Workbook in Excel
@Josh Per the faq: "You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face" Unless there's actually a problem caused by the program functioning in this manner, the question becomes one of design choice - a question that nobody on this site (unless they happen to be a Microsoft employee involved in the process) can reasonably be expected to answer in truth.
Sep
6
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Sep
6
comment Full File Path in Reference to Another Workbook in Excel
Is there an actual problem, here?
Sep
6
comment How to edit FF passwords without extensions (directly in FF config files)?
Passwords which need to be retrieved, such as passwords saved in Firefox, should be stored encrypted. Presuming this, there is not likely any way you can directly edit them outside of Firefox's built-in mechanisms or a plugin which is granted access.
Sep
6
comment How to force Windows 7 to ask for a “fresh” IP address from DHCP server?
Fire up a VM or another box and set that to statically take over that IP? It might be more helpful if you could describe the issue you're really troubleshooting.
Sep
6
comment How to force Windows 7 to ask for a “fresh” IP address from DHCP server?
You could wait for the lease to expire, or try shortening the lease time to expedite the expiration.
Sep
5
comment Building a fast, affordable, and temporary Windows virtual testing environment
You may want to look at getting a TechNet subscription if you'll be doing this sort of testing regularly.