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  1. Check the power options for the network adapter....

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

    cheers, Paul
  2. Thread: thumb drives

    by Paul T
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    You can also use one of the secure erase tools to...

    You can also use one of the secure erase tools to write 1 pass of random data to the file you wish to delete.

    cheers, Paul
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    I use 7zip portable. The interface is a little...

    I use 7zip portable. The interface is a little clunky but it beats the Windows zip manager hands down. For that reason I recommend leaving the zip settings standard and using Explorer most of the...
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    [SOLVED] I would re-install Deep Freeze, then you should...

    I would re-install Deep Freeze, then you should be able to remove it.

    cheers, Paul
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    More power to Snowden and his ilk! We need to...

    More power to Snowden and his ilk!
    We need to know when the authorities overstep the mark.

    cheers, Paul
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    It seems you have set Adobe to be the default app...

    It seems you have set Adobe to be the default app for zip files. To set the application to use, hold Shift down and right click on a zip file. Select Open with > Choose default program and choose...
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    Before you can use a variable, e.g. "myOLApp",...

    Before you can use a variable, e.g. "myOLApp", you have to give it a value. In this case you want it to be the application Outlook (I assume). This is achieved by using "set" to give it the value...
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    Seems to me you haven't instantiated myOLApp,...

    Seems to me you haven't instantiated myOLApp, you've only dimmed it.
    Did you mean "Set myOlApp As New Outlook.Application"?

    cheers, Paul
  9. Servers should always have as much RAM as you...

    Servers should always have as much RAM as you need, trying to use swap space will just clog up the disk channel and annoy your users as the system slows.
    Requiring a 1TB swap file seems to indicate...
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    I'd buy the size you need at a price you can...

    I'd buy the size you need at a price you can afford, then make daily data backups and regular image backups to either an internal or external hard disk. You'll appreciate the speed and have a backup...
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    Possibly Skype wasn't busy when you tested IE....

    Possibly Skype wasn't busy when you tested IE. Re-test to be sure.

    cheers, Paul
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    I have used DeepFreeze without it creating a...

    I have used DeepFreeze without it creating a separate partition on quite a few machines. Either they have changed how it works, or there is an option for a separate partition that adds more security?...
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    I can't see why my code picks up the wrong date,...

    I can't see why my code picks up the wrong date, it should skip the set step. Maybe notcontains doesn't work like I think it should?

    cheers, Paul
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    I'm on W8.1 so if it was fixed it should have...

    I'm on W8.1 so if it was fixed it should have been by now and my testing showed the problem. Try my code with the first line as "$data = Get-Content 'D:\tmp\Test.txt'"

    cheers, Paul
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    Here's...

    Here's the blurb on that particular problem. I added the extra code to work around the missing CRLF.
    Must be where / how you use the replace that makes the difference.

    cheers, Paul
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    RG, why didn't your Get-Content drop the CRLF? ...

    RG, why didn't your Get-Content drop the CRLF?

    cheers, Paul
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    RG, I see you assume the first date is always...

    RG, I see you assume the first date is always valid. Brave!

    cheers, Paul
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    I'm not very good at PS but something like this...

    I'm not very good at PS but something like this should work. Note: you have to change the file names.

    The odd line at the beginning is to retain the CRLF from your file as Get-Content removes...
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    I wouldn't expect you to be exposed, unlike IE...

    I wouldn't expect you to be exposed, unlike IE updates which are required even if you don't use IE - Windows uses the IE engine for some things.

    cheers, Paul
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    I think it's a country thing. In the USA you can...

    I think it's a country thing. In the USA you can buy, the rest of the world we are not concerned with, or something like that. The silly thing is it's really easy to set up and use so why they choose...
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    I would read a few dates from the file and see if...

    I would read a few dates from the file and see if they are not 2010-01-01, then use that as the replacement value. Unfortunately FNR won't do that for you so it's probably a bit of VBS or Powershell....
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    Re-install / repair Outlook? cheers, Paul

    Re-install / repair Outlook?

    cheers, Paul
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    Turn it back on and see if the problem returns....

    Turn it back on and see if the problem returns. It's the only way to see of that was the cause.

    cheers, Paul
  24. Do they have AV software that you don't have on...

    Do they have AV software that you don't have on your dev system?

    cheers, Paul
  25. Thread: Batch scripting

    by Paul T
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    I didn't know you had a lisp! ;) cheers, Paul

    I didn't know you had a lisp! ;)

    cheers, Paul
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