I’ve decided to document the level of service we are not receiving from Sprint in the Albuquerque, New Mexico metro area. The following information is gathered from my Samsung Galaxy S4 using speedtest.net for data benchmarks and using a widget called network info to show the current signal strength and data connectivity technology used at […]
Sometimes there is a password that was set by somebody else, or you forgot the uninstall password when deploying Symantec Anti-virus Corporate Edition. Here is a fix to get around the pesky uninstall password. This only works for version up to 10.x.
As most of you who pay attention to the news have heard lately that the FBI plans to “shutdown the internet”. Now I get that there really isn’t any other way to phrase the headline to make it easy for everybody to understand what is really going on. But to those who might be affected […]
Choosing the right password is something that many people find difficult, there are so many things that require passwords these days that remembering them all can be a real problem. Perhaps because of this a lot of people choose their passwords very badly.
Windows Vista introduced a new group policy setting which controls whether or not software can simulate a Secure Attention Sequence (SAS). An example of such SAS is the CTRL-ALT-DEL combination. This policy needs to be enabled in order for remote control software like (VNC) to send CTRL-ALT-DEL to the remote machine running Windows Vista/Windows 7. […]
NOTE: This was something I found along time ago, it’s true! This is not my story, but most of the events have happened to me!
Lots of sites on the internet discuss how to enable remote desktop in Windows XP and Windows 2003 Server, but the majority of them require you to have physical access to the computer first. So how do you enable remote desktop when you do not have physical access to the computer? It is all to do with the registry!
You just upgraded from Windows 2000 or Windows 98 to Windows XP, and you are wondering… “Where did My Computer go?”
This guide is going to focus on a step by step plan for configuring each machine on your local area network to allow for file sharing. Because there are many variables to how to configure file sharing and also many variables as to why file sharing might not be working, I won’t be able to cover everything and this guide shouldn’t be used as a troubleshooting guide.