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    Ruling out the CompactFlash card reader

    Given your comment about the file being stored on the card, I'd say that rules it out as the source of the annomilous (sp?) behavior.

    This has certainly piqued my curiosity. I think I'll let this...
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    Hackerdan - a port scan won't tell you what...

    Hackerdan - a port scan won't tell you what process is bound to the port. :)
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    Compact Flash Reader

    Hrm... I think you might actually have it right.
    I _do_ have a CompactFlash reader, it's a PCMCIA card I use to pull the 256MB CF card out of the digital camera and move images off quicker than USB...
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    Broken Image Link

    Throwing a snippet of a screen shot here as attachment... Just activated my journal, and upon first visit(s) noted that my avitar doesn't show - the link be dead.
    /me shruds - not a real big deal...
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    Strange sigverif.exe behavior

    I've been brushing up on some Win2K certification stuff preparing to sit for some exams. This evening while going through some excercises from M$ course 2152bc (and notes from class) on a lark I ran...
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    Handful of comments to make here: 1. If you...

    Handful of comments to make here:

    1. If you intend this machine to be accessible in ANY FASHION WHATSOEVER over the Internet, then you REALLY need to make sure you're using a more current version...
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    Well - as you can see, Microsoft scripting is...

    Well - as you can see, Microsoft scripting is extremely powerful... something us *nix admins have been wanting for a long time but appears to be less in the press from Microsoft for some reason.

    I...
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    Oh poo... I just posted on this topic and noticed...

    Oh poo... I just posted on this topic and noticed this post already here. -2 Karma for me :(
    Kyrka
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    If Microsoft had written NMap

    In the tradition of jokes such as:

    If Microsoft made cars, and you were in an accident message like this might appear - Windows has detected you are experiencing an accident. Deploy airbag? ...
  10. Walking the fence, both sides have merit

    [OK - this is my virgin post on Anti Online so go easy with me...]

    I think in the case of Internet Information Server 5.5 (don't even bother with previous versions - they're obviously swiss cheese...
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