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Apr
22
comment A good windows VNC server to work with OS X Screen Sharing
Windows Vista and later (optionally) configure RDP in a way incompatible with earlier versions.
Apr
6
comment How can I tell which Domain controller I'm authenticated to?
I agree that this is less than reliable for the OP's question, but it is still useful info. Thanks!
Mar
30
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
24
revised Chrome kiosk mode is not enabled until fullscreened
Remove unneeded semi-colon
Feb
24
revised Disable the “You've gone full screen” notification in Chrome
Reformat, use code formatting
Feb
24
suggested approved edit on Chrome kiosk mode is not enabled until fullscreened
Feb
24
comment Disable the “You've gone full screen” notification in Chrome
This does not hide the notification, and therefore does not answer the question. (It only removes the allow/deny prompt.)
Feb
24
suggested approved edit on Disable the “You've gone full screen” notification in Chrome
Feb
2
revised What is the Windows analog of the Linux watch command?
Clarity, code-formatting
Feb
2
comment What is the Windows analog of the Linux watch command?
Not sure why this was downvoted... Welcome to Super User!
Feb
2
suggested approved edit on What is the Windows analog of the Linux watch command?
Feb
2
suggested rejected edit on What is the Windows analog of the Linux watch command?
Dec
28
revised Does “system image” include program files installed on a different partition?
clarify last sentence
Dec
24
comment Exporting data from Unicode DB to Non-Unicode DB
Okay. In that case, I might like to hear your thoughts on how it went; Probably, this question would have received more feedback on Server Fault.
Dec
24
comment Does “system image” include program files installed on a different partition?
@Coffee If you backup both partitions simultaneously, and restore them both to the same backup state, then yes, you will get a consistent, older state when you restore. If you want to backup/restore them independently, then it depends; If you have programs installed on the P: drive, then you certainly need to synchronize the backup & restore actions for the two partitions.
Dec
24
revised How to use xcopy to copy folders with same name from all partitions to a backup partition
Tag & reformat, grammar tweaks
Dec
24
revised How to fix a Surface 2RT touch screen which doesn't respond
Formatting, terser title
Dec
24
revised vmware view connect by the same user
Heavy grammar edits; guessed at the meaning in several places
Dec
24
revised Dnsmasq syntax errors
formatting: code & text
Dec
24
comment PC boots into GRUB rescue/ Live Cds will not start
I can't quite make out what steps you took, but installing Windows removes any pre-installed operating system, without warning. You have to install Windows first to get it to work. (Or copy your partition to another hard drive.)