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Nov
19
awarded  Teacher
Nov
18
revised Windows 7 explorer DPI smaller than 100%
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Nov
18
answered Windows 7 explorer DPI smaller than 100%
Nov
18
asked Windows 7 explorer DPI smaller than 100%
Nov
18
accepted What does the $ in drive mappings and AD objects mean?
Nov
17
comment What does the $ in drive mappings and AD objects mean?
@tombull89 is the $ automatically appended to the name by the system or can I manually rename my drive name and it will magically become "hidden" or "admin"?
Nov
17
revised What does the $ in drive mappings and AD objects mean?
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Nov
17
comment What does the $ in drive mappings and AD objects mean?
@tombull89 I edited the AD object name for clarification. Even the SQL created group has $ in it.
Nov
17
revised What does the $ in drive mappings and AD objects mean?
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Nov
16
asked What does the $ in drive mappings and AD objects mean?
Nov
7
accepted Where can I download Windows Vista?
Nov
7
comment Where can I download Windows Vista?
That's why this will be my last resort!
Nov
6
asked Where can I download Windows Vista?
Oct
4
comment Following Excel precedents to cells on other sheets
brilliant! I almost destroyed my monitor after hours of trying!!
Sep
22
comment I need a good split-screen WYSIWYG editor?
@user958405 If it's plain HTML, you do not need anything extra other than the browser. If its a script like PHP, it will not render in a WYSIWYG editor without first installing PHP. In the latter case, you might as well run a local HTTP-server like RedGrittyBrick suggests. That said, WYSIWYG in the editor is not always the same in the browser you end users use.
Sep
22
comment I need a good split-screen WYSIWYG editor?
In response to the link you provided: I use 2 monitors, one with notepad++ and the other with FF, IE and Chrome. I edit in notepad++ and hit the F5 in the browsers. Not "real-time" but it works!
Jul
27
comment Cannot access network server via hostname, can with IP
Typically, users have permissions problems once a month, if any, when they go through the AD passsword mandatory change. This guy issue is that his problem persisted in various forms, and this time I cannot solve it.
Jul
27
comment Cannot access network server via hostname, can with IP
@KCortreau the DNS is set to "automatically detect" and ipconfig shows 192.168.x.y, the same Win2k3 server. Which I believe would be correct. Internet, Skype etc are working fine.
Jul
27
asked Cannot access network server via hostname, can with IP
Jul
25
comment Should attaching email to another email be a non-recommended practice?
I know it's useful for troubleshooting headers. Been using that too. But I find that it complicate things for normal usage at times due to servers/client not supporting the file format or have problems parsing it to the point I thought that it is not a specified standard; or other issues like unable to search for the mail. For long chains, I personally trim them before forwarding.