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    VM Information & Control Centre

    VM Information & Control Centre
    Manage all your own information and resources on your own memory stick. Even the program itself is stored on your memory stick. No installation. No registration. You just need to plug it to any computer with .NET 2.0 support and double click on the InformationCentre.exe to start up the program and see what you see now (on their webpage). Go any where with your own information and resources on your memory stick. It is absolutely <img src=/S/free.gif border=0 alt=free width=30 height=15> for personal and non-commercial use.

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    Re: VM Information & Control Centre

    All I get is a login screen from your posted link!
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    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    Re: VM Information & Control Centre

    I get the login screen as well, but if you go to http://www.vmautomation.com first, it appears to automatically log you in as "test" and lets you access the download.

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    Re: VM Information & Control Centre

    Here's what I want to know: when I plug in a flash drive to a public PC, how do I protect against erasure or viral infection? My old 256MB drive has a write-protect switch, which is a start, but takes away a lot of flexibility. Hmmm... tough problem.

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    Re: VM Information & Control Centre

    I see the problem now. I got to the correct page from another website link. I had some difficulty in capturing the URL from the frameset - obviously I ended up with the wrong bit. When I do as Tony suggests, I get to the desired page, and the address in the IE Location bar is http://www.vmautomation.com/applications/I...aultTest.aspx... which is what I put in the OP. Go figure???

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    Re: VM Information & Control Centre

    Good point. Hopefully this will be something that's addressed in the next generation of portable drives... because it appears to be wide open at the moment, as you say.

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