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bio website 3wcloud.com
location Dallas, TX
age 53
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see http://NealWalters.com, My main expertise is Microsoft BizTalk. I'm also building a system on Google App Engine in Python and starting to use Dojo for 3wcloud.com.

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comment FTP Sites vs Sites in IIS 7.0
So would it be advisable to remove IIS 6 now? Under "Remove Features" "Remote Server Admin Tools", "Role Admin Tools", "Web server (IIS) Tools"?
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comment FTP Sites vs Sites in IIS 7.0
Thanks, so with 7.0 technique, when you see a list of sites, you have no idea which ones are FTP and which ones are Web? The icons are the same?
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comment Windows RDP - Making production server look unique
No good, I stay logged on all day, and constantly bounce between the systems.
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comment Windows RDP - Making production server look unique
Best answer yet, I don't know why everybody above is so stuck on the desktop which I specifically said was not my issue. Even auto-hiding the task bar is a good idea. But I don't see "small icons" on Win 2008/R2.
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comment Windows RDP - Making production server look unique
I usually keep QA and PROD both open on two different RDPs. I use SQL, Biztalk Admin, Total Commander, and 3 or 4 other programs, all open at once.
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comment Windows RDP - Making production server look unique
Red color is good enough for deskop, but the problem with that is I don't usually see the desktop. But I usually have big windows open and I need the utilities that I use full screen to do my work. I need something to re-color over sit on top of my full-screen utilities.
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comment Windows command prompt: how to get the count of all files in current directory?
Doesn't work if there is exactly one file, have to do something like this: $filecount = @(get-childitem $directory -filter ".").Count. From what I read elsewhere, it's not an array if there is one file.
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comment Security access to EventLog
This worked, thanks!
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