Jun 17, 2004 - Windows XP    No Comments

Get Rid of Unwanted Balloon Tips

Get Rid of Unwanted Balloon Tips
Open up the Registry Editor and expand the tree to display the following key:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion Explorer Advanced
Then, created a new DWORD value named EnableBalloonTips and set it to 0x00000000.

Jun 17, 2004 - Windows XP    2 Comments

Remove Windows Media Player 9 in XP

Start – run – type
RunDll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection C:windowsinfwmp.inf,Uninstall

Jun 17, 2004 - General    No Comments

Attachment Options for Outlook 2000 SP3 or higher, Outlook 2002, and Outlook 2003

Attachment Options is a COM add-in for Outlook 2000 SP3 or higher, Outlook 2002, and Outlook 2003 that provides a user interface for changing which file types are restricted as Level 1 attachments. Level 1 attachments are hidden by Outlook, and cannot be seen, saved or opened from Outlook items. Moving an attachment extension to Level 2 enables the user to see the attachment and to save it to the file system. The attachment saved to the file system can later be opened by the user.
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Jun 17, 2004 - Windows XP    No Comments

How to Recover from a Corrupted Registry That Prevents Windows XP from Starting

This article describes how to recover a Windows XP system that does not start because of corruption in the registry. This procedure does not guarantee full recovery of the system to a previous state; however, you should be able to recover data when you use this procedure.Warning Do not use the procedure that is described in this article if your computer has an OEM-installed operating system. The system hive on OEM installations creates passwords and user accounts that did not exist previously. If you use the procedure that is described in this article, you may not be able to log back into the recovery console to restore the original registry hives.
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Jun 17, 2004 - Windows 2000    No Comments

Reset Domain Admin Password in Windows 2000 AD

Use the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor disk disk to reset the MACHINE Administrator password to “no password”.
Reboot, hit F8, and enter “Directory Service Recovery Mode”. The machine will boot up as a standalone server without any Active Directory support.
When the login screen appears, hit CTRL-ALT-DEL and log in as “Administrator” with no password. This is the MACHINE Administrator account, and does not have the ability to modify anything specific involving the Active Directory information, although it can backup and restore the physical files which contain the AD databases.
Run “REGEDIT.EXE” (without the quotes). Navigate to

HKEY_USERS.DefaultControl PanelDesktop
Change the following values:

SCRNSAVE.EXE – change from logon.scr to cmd.exe
ScreenSaveTimeout – change from 900 to 15
ScreenSaveActive – change to 1 (if it wasn’t 1 already)

Reboot normally. When the box appears asking you to hit CTRL-ALT-DEL to log in, just wait.
After 15-30 seconds you will see a command prompt appear (since that is the screensaver).
In the command prompt, type the following command:

MMC DSA.MSC

This should bring up the management console where you can edit users’ passwords, including the password for the Administrator account.
After resetting the Administrator password, exit the management console and type the command EXIT in the command prompt window.

Hit CTRL-ALT-DEL and log into the DOMAIN Administrator account using the new password!
Make sure you undo your changes to the registry.

Jun 17, 2004 - General    No Comments

Installing Service Pack 3 for MSDE

To upgrade your MSDE installation to SP3 follow these steps:
1. Stop MSDE service.
2. Download SQL2KDeskSP3.exe and double-click the file. You will be prompted to create a SQL2KSP3 folder on your c: drive.
3. After the files are extracted in the SQL2KSP3 directory, use the command line to change to the SQL2KSP3/MSDE directory.
4. From the command prompt, run the following command:
setup upgrade=1
(Keep in mind this might take several minutes to update.)
5. Restart MSDE

Jun 17, 2004 - Networking    No Comments

How To Open A Port Range On A Cisco Router

Lets say you want application AAA to have access to UDP ports 5000 to 5020. Your internal address is 192.168.0.1. First create a rotary pool for inside NAT host. Then do a destination NAT with a extended access list:
“ip nat pool AAA 192.168.0.1 192.168.0.1 netmask 255.255.255.0 type rotary
access-list 102 permit udp any any range 5000 5020
ip nat inside destination list 102 pool AAA”

Jun 17, 2004 - Windows 2003    No Comments

Configuring PHP To Run On IIS6 (Manually)

PHP is an “Open Source” scripting language and provides very similar functionality to Microsoft’s ASP. Obviously, both have their advantages and a comparison of the two technologies is outside the scope of this tutorial. However, a common misconception is that PHP is “Linux only” and not compatible with Microsoft systems.
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