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Formerly, SharePoint administrator, contractor to US government. Amateur developer in C# and JavaScript. Currently, retired.


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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Teacher
Apr
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accepted IIS is not accepting connections after WIndows system update
Apr
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answered IIS is not accepting connections after WIndows system update
Mar
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comment IIS is not accepting connections after WIndows system update
That was interesting. Turns out, "IIS Admin Service" is not used with IIS7+. Apparently, is an artifact from IIS6.
Mar
25
comment IIS is not accepting connections after WIndows system update
I just checked a different machine, and that has "IIS Admin Service." Will now investigate to see why my intended IIS machine does not!
Mar
25
comment IIS is not accepting connections after WIndows system update
Sounds good, but the WWW Publishing service was running fine (I tried changing underlying account-from Local System- but no effect). I see no service related to IIS, itself. The Manager appliation runs fine.
Mar
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asked IIS is not accepting connections after WIndows system update
Apr
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comment Intel E7200 Windows reports each core has a different speed
I like this answer. I have always assumed that the two figures represented a core each. But to test Louis' answer, I checked one of my quad-core machines--only two figures! So, let's presume that it is correct that the second figure represents the actual speed at this moment rather than maximum speed.
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Intel E7200 Windows reports each core has a different speed
Apr
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awarded  Student
Apr
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comment Intel E7200 Windows reports each core has a different speed
Well, this is not a laptop. It has constant power. Even if SpeedStep were involved, why would there be two different speeds?
Apr
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asked Intel E7200 Windows reports each core has a different speed