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    For the record, the WS DNS entry is as follows: ...

    For the record, the WS DNS entry is as follows:

    name class type data time to live
    windowssecrets.com IN SOA server: ns10.dnsmadeeasy.com 86400s (1d)
    The Time To Live is one day so it...
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    Your ISPs DNS boxes are probably not updating, or...

    Your ISPs DNS boxes are probably not updating, or not updating some entries, so once the entry's time to live has expired it is jettisoned. If you had the time (and inclination) you would have found...
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    I don't bother to use alternate DNS settings, I...

    I don't bother to use alternate DNS settings, I let the router and DHCP sort it all out. The only issues I have are my router slows down over a period of about a month and then requires a re-boot -...
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    Is it just the lounge of the whole Windows Secret...

    Is it just the lounge of the whole Windows Secret site?
    Yes, all devices use the same range, but your public IP is part of your ISPs range so all users in your area should be similarly affected.
    It...
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    You could always boot Ubuntu from an ISO image in...

    You could always boot Ubuntu from an ISO image in a virtual machine on your PC and use the on-screen keyboard.

    cheers, Paul
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    No, I use the same computer, but rarely download...

    No, I use the same computer, but rarely download software and don't watch videos - I've got a TV for that.

    cheers, Paul
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    I use a similar scheme to your second account and...

    I use a similar scheme to your second account and use KeePass to enter the characters required - using the "pickchars" placeholder.
    I am happy to use my computer for banking but am very vigilant...
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    The file is created by a program. Finding the...

    The file is created by a program. Finding the recalcitrant program is your goal.

    cheers, Paul
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    The file is created by a program. Finding the...

    The file is created by a program. Finding the recalcitrant program is your goal.

    cheers, Paul
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    Your XP disk/installation won't have the drivers...

    Your XP disk/installation won't have the drivers for the machine you are using it with and will fail to boot. Conversion to virtual is your best bet.

    cheers, Paul
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    I use MozBackup...

    I use MozBackup. It does everything for you.

    cheers, Paul
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    BSOD usually means hardware error, but it could...

    BSOD usually means hardware error, but it could also be software corruption. If it's the latter then you need to restore a recent image backup and if you don't have one of those then it's a...
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    Backup software that also does imaging...

    Backup software that also does imaging.

    cheers, Paul
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    You probably don't have a PST any more, maybe an...

    You probably don't have a PST any more, maybe an OST which is just a copy of the Exchange data. If it's an OST it will be re-built after deletion.

    cheers, Paul
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    MalwareBytes Anti Malware. Something is...

    MalwareBytes Anti Malware.

    Something is putting the file on your PC and you need to stop programs one at a time until you find the offending program.

    cheers, Paul
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    Run "diskmgmt.msc" from Start > Run, take a shot...

    Run "diskmgmt.msc" from Start > Run, take a shot of the window with the Snipping Tools and post it here.

    cheers, Paul
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    Fire the computer up with nothing running as see...

    Fire the computer up with nothing running as see if MBAM pops up the warning. If so list the running programs from MBAM here and we can suggest.

    cheers, Paul
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    I've found pressing Ctrl Z (Undo) immediately...

    I've found pressing Ctrl Z (Undo) immediately after editing the cell removes the hyperlink - the edit effectively produces 2 edits, the second is to format as a hyperlink.

    cheers, Paul
  19. When you logon to the server do you use the same...

    When you logon to the server do you use the same credentials for all users?

    cheers, Paul
  20. Maybe it's because you use the same logon for all...

    Maybe it's because you use the same logon for all sessions and when one session logs off (closes) the others do to.

    cheers, Paul
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    Have you removed the software that Snapdo came...

    Have you removed the software that Snapdo came with?

    cheers, Paul
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    In H149 enter this: =MATCH(G149,A$1:A$143, ) ...

    In H149 enter this: =MATCH(G149,A$1:A$143, )

    cheers, Paul
  23. Because it was written by Americans? cheers,...

    Because it was written by Americans?

    cheers, Paul
  24. The users will not be able to view the screens of...

    The users will not be able to view the screens of the other users, but they will be able to use the files on the server.
    If you want to share a session you need some sort of remote control software,...
  25. If you want to go server based there is a good...

    If you want to go server based there is a good list here.
    TinyWebGallery looks fairly easy.

    cheers, Paul
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