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  1. Thread: Privacy Policy?

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    Frankly, that is, IMHO, a very big exaggeration....

    Frankly, that is, IMHO, a very big exaggeration. I was a Penton magazine subscriber for years and got zero spam from them. Spamming from a known publisher would be destructive for their goals.
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    I have been using Online Armor for the last 7 or...

    I have been using Online Armor for the last 7 or 8 years precisely because it offers whitelisting based protection. Unfortunately, it won't be for sale for much longer, as the insightful people who...
  3. I find the OS changing particularly puzzling when...

    I find the OS changing particularly puzzling when the reason to move is Windows having changed and having an horrible new UI and such and then you go and replace a known OS with some partially new UI...
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    Well, one can read and choose to disregard what...

    Well, one can read and choose to disregard what one reads. Fortunately, I don't do that.
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    I would think pop-ups would not be the way for an...

    I would think pop-ups would not be the way for an ISP to warn you about such an important issue as copyright infringement. Anything other than a written notification should not be accepted.

    I...
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    Well I always try to be careful with language, so...

    Well I always try to be careful with language, so I have a few things to make clear:


    1. WPA2 is a security protocol from the Wi-Fi Alliance (which also specifies a certification program) and not...
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    You need to distinguish a specific offering by a...

    You need to distinguish a specific offering by a hardware implementer, from an IEEE standard. If you aren't able to distinguish one from the other, oh well, nothing I can do about it... I can only...
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    Great :).

    Great :).
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    Routers that offer TKIP + AES, support both WPA...

    Routers that offer TKIP + AES, support both WPA and WPA2. From a normative point of view (which is what matters), WPA2 supports only AES.
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    There were some semi-colons in the SQL, where...

    There were some semi-colons in the SQL, where they should not be. Please remove them, as below.


    SELECT [Configuration Item Name], SUM(NumberOfActions) FROM (

    SELECT...
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    Try this: SELECT [Configuration Item...

    Try this:



    SELECT [Configuration Item Name], SUM(NumberOfActions) FROM (

    SELECT Qry_Aging_Subtotals_1.[Configuration Item Name], Sum(Qry_Aging_Subtotals_1.[CountOfConfiguration Item Name])...
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    I can't know what the error is without seeing the...

    I can't know what the error is without seeing the syntax of the full query here. Get the query into SQL view and then copy the whole statement and paste it here.
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    Unions do not work like that. You can probably...

    Unions do not work like that. You can probably solve your problem by using a SELECT clause in the added queries. You were also missing the first query, which is essential to add the results from the...
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    I think you are wrong here. TKIP is for WPA. WPA2...

    I think you are wrong here. TKIP is for WPA. WPA2 uses AES only. Some routers support a mode where you can have WPA + WPA2, with TKIP for WPA and AES for WPA2.

    Quoting from...
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    There is one thing I don't understand - if you...

    There is one thing I don't understand - if you are interested just in the number of times the action was taken, can't you write a query that simply does that regardless of the period the action was...
  16. Yeah, I get that. My current laptop is a dual...

    Yeah, I get that. My current laptop is a dual core i5 and I feel it sometimes gets a little bit too busy. Although probably not a huge necessity, I repeat my initial assessment - I think you can...
  17. Thread: Lost files

    by ruirib
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    If you open Word and try Recent Documents (or...

    If you open Word and try Recent Documents (or whatever similar option is available in Word 2000), isn't the file in the list?
  18. With so many things going on, yes, I think you...

    With so many things going on, yes, I think you would benefit from having a 4 core CPU vs. a 2 core CPU. It can potentially use more power than a 2 core one, although, switching to a more balanced...
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    I had already told them in their support forum, I...

    I had already told them in their support forum, I think this is a stupid decision. They can improve their behavior blocker has much as they can, it will never provide the level of safety and control...
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    I moved to 64 bit Windows when Windows 7 was...

    I moved to 64 bit Windows when Windows 7 was released. That was back in 2009. I have used Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 since and I have never had issues resulting from running a 64bit Windows version. ...
  21. Thread: Privacy Policy?

    by ruirib
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    Ok, got it now, thanks. I was a subscriber to...

    Ok, got it now, thanks.

    I was a subscriber to a Penton magazine for years and thus I was already under the effect of their privacy policy. For whatever use that may be, I never noticed any spam...
  22. Thread: Privacy Policy?

    by ruirib
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    Hmmm... I don't get that. Can someone post the...

    Hmmm... I don't get that.

    Can someone post the link here, please?
  23. Thread: Privacy Policy?

    by ruirib
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    Which link?

    Which link?
  24. I went with 8.1 beta on my then work device and I...

    I went with 8.1 beta on my then work device and I regretted it almost immediately, with battery time reduced in half and frequent reboots. After a few months enduring the pain, I reset the phone and...
  25. I use the cloud as a backup, but I have much less...

    I use the cloud as a backup, but I have much less data to backup than you do. I think the very best combination is redundant local back (several disks rotated) plus cloud back. I backup my documents...
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