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    Welcome to the new owners. There looks like there...

    Welcome to the new owners. There looks like there are going to be quite a few changes some good, some bad. I hate to see anything get commercialized, but it is the way of the world. I plan on...
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    Very strange indeed.

    Very strange indeed.
  3. Thread: HDD sharing...

    by bighabu
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    You can restrcict access to drives, hide drives...

    You can restrcict access to drives, hide drives and hide the hardware tab by creating a local policy on your Grandfather's install of Win XP. Here are the steps.

    1. Click Start, click Run, type...
  4. Thread: HDD sharing...

    by bighabu
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    One thing you could do would be to boot into his...

    One thing you could do would be to boot into his WinXP pro with your drive installed. Go into the device manager and find your removable drive. Right click on it and choose disable. That way when he...
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    A honeypot in an isolated part of the network can...

    A honeypot in an isolated part of the network can provide invaluable information about intrusion attempts. If it is vulnerable to the outside world do not connect it to the production network. You...
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    Poll: For the average user a software firewall is the...

    For the average user a software firewall is the easiest to set up. I have set up some of the cheaper firewalls like Lynksys and they are not bad. But they may be more of a technical challenge for the...
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    Have you installe the latest service packs for...

    Have you installe the latest service packs for XP? There are new ones everyday. Also HP posts new drivers and patches now and then. Also check if there is a bios update for the video card.
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    Try and find any kind of part numbers on the...

    Try and find any kind of part numbers on the MoBo. Then go to motherboards.org and look it up. If you know the manufacturer you can look that up there too. They will have a link to the manufacturer's...
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    Depending on the network you can have it print...

    Depending on the network you can have it print banner pages that denotes the username that is associated with the print job.
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    It is either blank or cisco depending on what...

    It is either blank or cisco depending on what piece of Cisco equipment you are using.
  11. Thread: Microsoft Mail

    by bighabu
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    Sounds like a corrupted database to me. Here is a...

    Sounds like a corrupted database to me. Here is a URL that shows the differnet database urilities. http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q99419 Try and rebuild the database. The IS...
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    I listen to 80's Metal and new Metal. I have over...

    I listen to 80's Metal and new Metal. I have over a thousand MP3 on my PC. I just fire up Winamp and put it on random. That keeps me going through the day.
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    I would just recommend using the DNS that comes...

    I would just recommend using the DNS that comes with Win2K. This way the workstations on the domain automatically get updated in DNS and it helps with Active Directory login. That is what we use at...
  14. Thread: Private IPs

    by bighabu
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    The addresse used in the private range can be...

    The addresse used in the private range can be routed on an internal private network. Where I work we use 10.x.x.x for all of our sites. We have 42 remote sites connected to us on a private WAN. All...
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    We got rid of it on our network but peoples home...

    We got rid of it on our network but peoples home PCs keep trying to spread it agin. Thank goodness Norton anti-virus stops it in its tracks evertime. No matter how much you tell users not to open...
  16. Thread: networking

    by bighabu
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    The problem with the dlink wireless is the...

    The problem with the dlink wireless is the distance. The coverage is 100 meters inside and 300 meters outside. If you want him to connect you will have to get an access point that has larger coverage.
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