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    You can change the security settings in the...

    You can change the security settings in the spreadsheet program to prevent macros running.

    cheers, Paul
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    Streaming video from the internet does not...

    Streaming video from the internet does not require a particularly fast router as the internet and your connection speed are the limiting factors. Your old WGT624 will stream happily, as will the...
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    I'd buy an SSD for the laptop instead. More...

    I'd buy an SSD for the laptop instead. More speed, more fun!

    cheers, Paul
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    You can step through the code in the VBA IDE (it...

    You can step through the code in the VBA IDE (it used to be Shift F10 to open the debugger) then press F5 to step through.
    Alternatively, put some messagebox followed by exit command to make the...
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    Without an idea where it's looping it's a bit...

    Without an idea where it's looping it's a bit hard to suggest.
    Are you able to make it loop or does it just do it when it feels like it?

    cheers, Paul
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    Brian, congratulations on a first post that opens...

    Brian, congratulations on a first post that opens a very large can of worms. :)
    Your existing router should be up to the job of providing internet connection, but may not handle the video streaming...
  7. I've got a list in my head, compiled over many...

    I've got a list in my head, compiled over many years. Unfortunately it doesn't translate to paper / electricity very well.

    cheers, Paul
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    Use Rufus (http://rufus.akeo.ie/) to create the...

    Use Rufus to create the USB from the CD and all will be well.

    cheers, Paul
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    You need to set the default program to Windows...

    You need to set the default program to Windows Explorer, not Internet Explorer.

    cheers, Paul
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    Windows generally assigns the first drive it...

    Windows generally assigns the first drive it finds as C, but you can change that when you install Windows.
    Running Disk Manager (Start > Run > diskmgmt.msc) will usually show you the order in which...
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    Security is always worth knowing a bit more...

    Security is always worth knowing a bit more about, but keeping abreast of the ever changing landscape isn't easy.

    cheers, Paul
  12. The first command only checks what version they...

    The first command only checks what version they are using. I assume you want to use the output of that to determine which ones need to be moved (have policy applied)? Something like this in...
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    I use a Google tablet and turn off the location...

    I use a Google tablet and turn off the location bits, including websites via Chrome. I also run Adblock to remove the general crud that blights my browsing. I'm sure Google still collect my browsing...
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    Alexandra, yours was clearer thanks to the...

    Alexandra, yours was clearer thanks to the brackets. I'm lazy and allow the mathematical laws to do the work.

    cheers, Paul
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    Hiding the SSID does not increase security...

    Hiding the SSID does not increase security, it just makes you think it's more secure.

    cheers, Paul
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    Why not just add the lot? In H4 =L4*N4+M4*N4 ...

    Why not just add the lot?
    In H4
    =L4*N4+M4*N4

    cheers, Paul
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    Yes, DF will not prevent encryption of your...

    Yes, DF will not prevent encryption of your documents. That is what an external backup is for.

    cheers, Paul
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    Your router should retain the password you set...

    Your router should retain the password you set even after a power off. It may be possible to change some values via UPnP.
    What model router.

    cheers, Paul
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    You only get CAT5e and CAT6 these days, with...

    You only get CAT5e and CAT6 these days, with CAT5e fine for Gigabit traffic and CAT6 for 10Gb. At a price differential of around 2 to 1 in favour of CAT5e I'd be sticking with 5e.

    cheers, Paul
  20. +1 for Picasa. +10 for turn off face...

    +1 for Picasa.
    +10 for turn off face recognition. What a pain that is.

    I keep all my photos on my computer and have them backed up to an external USB hard disk. If I want to share photos I upload...
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    I think using folder permissions is a much better...

    I think using folder permissions is a much better solution. You don't need write only permissions, just restrict write access and have the higher level user move and rename the file. The Finance...
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    Patch cables are already terminated - they have...

    Patch cables are already terminated - they have plugs on the end. Length is not part of the equation.

    cheers, Paul
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    There's one in the UK. Probably elsewhere too. ...

    There's one in the UK. Probably elsewhere too.

    cheers, Paul
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    I'm sure you are not the only one who sees W7 as...

    I'm sure you are not the only one who sees W7 as the only real Windows version for business use.

    cheers, Paul
  25. Check the power options for the network adapter....

    Check the power options for the network adapter. Maybe power stays off post hibernate.

    cheers, Paul
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