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Feb
10
comment Automatically invite a specific person to every Outlook meeting
If Outlook supports it, then I can do it. If it involves a 3rd party tool, I cannot.
Feb
9
comment Automatically invite a specific person to every Outlook meeting
This does work. Is there any way to make this the default when I create a meeting using the standard controls?
Feb
6
comment Automatically invite a specific person to every Outlook meeting
I'll check this out when I get to work!
Feb
6
comment Automatically invite a specific person to every Outlook meeting
It's not hosted by O365.
Feb
1
comment Redirect HTTP paths to a different server and port
Ah, yes, RDP was a bad example. Tell me more about the reverse proxying? It's important that the address bar stay example.com/service... Would this occur?
Dec
30
comment windows surface onscreen keyboard
Perhaps there is a way to patch existing software. Guess it depends on how easy it is to enable this feature.. guess I have some testing to do.
Dec
30
comment windows surface onscreen keyboard
So other than hacking/patching existing software, my only recourse is to find a different program? So I need a new browser just to get the autocomplete working in an address bar? Seems like a poor design decision... they should have just made it a function of the keyboard and not the app. Or default to on....
Oct
7
comment windows XP home can't connect to windows vista share
Note: If both computers have the same username and password, you won't receive a prompt. The computers will automatically authenticate.
Oct
4
comment How can you move/copy all files of a specific file extension to a directory in windows vista?
A bit convoluted for such a simple task. Wildcards are a much better answer.
Oct
4
comment Troubleshooting a failure to boot
If I suspect RAM issues, I try every slot.
Oct
2
comment How to check if a binary is 32 or 64 bit on Windows?
Unfortunately, this requires you to run the executable. Perhaps you need to check the architecture of the program as a troubleshooting method on why it is not running.
Oct
2
comment Is it possible for a router to “go bad” with time?
I usually get a new router every 2-3 years, due to random failures.
Oct
2
comment Is it possible for a router to “go bad” with time?
Replacing the power supply may be more expensive than a new router. Consumer grade electronics are cheap nowadays.
Oct
2
comment I am getting This program cannot be run in DOS mode
Remember, 64-bit OS cannot run 16-bit programs. I don't think its an issue here, but be aware.
Oct
2
comment What “allocation unit size” should I use for a drive with a single NTFS partition?
Defaults are almost always good.
Oct
1
comment windows XP home can't connect to windows vista share
Since ping works, it is most likely NOT a network issue. If it were a network issue, it would be on layer 4 of the TCP/IP stack. The error message points to an authentication issue.
Sep
27
comment How to access an node of an LAN via WAN?
Also note, some Cable/DSL routers will allow you to input your dyndns details, and it will automatically update. The normal way to do the updates is to run a service on your computer.
Sep
27
comment How to access an node of an LAN via WAN?
I've done this - it works well.
Sep
25
comment Bizarre and very specific Internet connection loss
@Synetech, Yes, that is a possibility. Really unlikely, but it is a possibility. I'm reminded of a phrase often used in tech support: "not cost effective to repair." If you try a new router, and it works, you're out maybe 40$ (unless its a higher-end router). That beats tracking down a random problem. If this isn't a satisfactory answer though, my best guess is RAM, power, or heat.
Sep
25
comment Bizarre and very specific Internet connection loss
@Syntech, A router is a complex piece of electronics. Any one componant could cause things to go wrong. In my experience, if the symptoms are "weird shit happening", the usual culprits are power, heat, or RAM. Perhaps that is whats going wrong with your router. Other than that, if you are really that concerened about which componant is broken, you would probably want to ask an electrical engineer or someone similar that deals with the actual componants. Either way, that is beyond the scope of SuperUser, now you're talking circuitry, transistors, etc...