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I've worked extensively with Borland Pascal and Delphi and was one of the original members of Borland's TeamB on Compuserve for over a decade. More recently my interests have moved to C# and Microsoft's .NET framework.


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comment Way to script Local Intranet settings?
There aren't any default templates installed in Win8, so it may take me awhile to get it working. It's just setting the registry though so I'm not sure it'll work either.
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comment Way to script Local Intranet settings?
Is there a way to apply a GPO via a script and not as part of a domain login? I really need this as part of a script and for machines that are not domain joined.
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comment What causes “Reconnections made” statistics on network?
Thank you! I figured there must be a more modern version of those statistics. Any idea what might cause the huge number of reconnects?
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comment Security of BitLocker with no PIN from WinPE?
I hoped that someone made a TPM module on a USB header that could be plugged onto a motherboard header, but I sure can't find one. It appears that TPM requires special BIOS support so it's either a feature of the motherboard or it isn't. Looking at newegg.com, it looks like TPM on the motherboard is a pretty rare option at this point. Perhaps that will change with Windows 8 and it's secure boot support?
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comment Security of BitLocker with no PIN from WinPE?
Based on your information, I played with this a bit and you're absolutely correct that when only using the USB key you can unlock the drive from the WinPE environment. It's NOT necessary to use the recovery key. I don't have a TPM so I can't verify the "watching the boot process" part, but I've heard that before so I assume you're correct on that. In the end, I suppose that's the whole point of TPM. Unfortunately there doesn't appear to be a way to add TPM to an existing machine that doesn't already have it.