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Oct
28
revised Apache HTTP Server+Tomcat: Which file generates mod_jk.conf, how to modify generated stuff, and how does httpd reach it?
changing the code back to its place where it's meant to be (which JakeGould messed up in his edit, don't know why)
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Apr
29
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
5
comment command line - switch to administrator mode
@AnsgarWiechers: *sigh* (yes) like in kindergarten ;) Let's stop it now. Ciao!
Jan
4
comment command line - switch to administrator mode
@AnsgarWiechers: I agree, this is not the right place to discuss it. I think a right closure of this debate can be that disabling UAC entirely is a very lame thing to do. ;)
Jan
4
comment command line - switch to administrator mode
@AnsgarWiechers: I've already read what you already said :) (repeating yourself (like that it's lame) is not a good argument). Yes, sudo is different, you don't say?! :)) (I only mentioned that because e.g. in terminal you have to type sudo to act as root. Not the best comparison, I admit that. sudo could rather be compared to runas command (the latter is a bit more limited).) I think you didn't understand the main point: the average user WILL NOT create separate accounts for administrative and non-administrative tasks. Why would it be lame to count on it?
Jan
4
comment command line - switch to administrator mode
@AnsgarWiechers: it's funny that you call UAC a "lame workaround" when it solves the problem of users logged in all the time with a user that is a member of the administrators group. If you did it on XP, all the programs could run with elevated privileges (so they could harm your system too). Now if you DO NOT disable UAC (which is recommended) it's only possible if you explicitly give them these privileges in the UAC popup (if being logged in as part of the admin group, you just don't have to type in the password all the time). Calling it lame is like calling Linux's sudo a lame workaround.
Dec
31
comment command line - switch to administrator mode
@AnsgarWiechers: I hope this comment was not serious. It seems a bit lame to encourage anyone to disable UAC completely.
Nov
25
comment Resetting salted Drupal admin password
+1, this one really works for Drupal 7, thanks for sharing the hash for mynewpassword! Simply updating the appropriate record (for the user whose password I want to change) in phpMyAdmin with the hash you wrote, and then logging in with the appropriate username and mynewpassword works. Of course, this password should be changed after logging in immediately. :) (By the way, the simple MD5-methods in other answers only worked for <= Drupal 6. Drupal 7 doesn't use this "simple" password storing method anymore.)
Oct
7
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
1
comment Securtiy concerns about IIS websites' access rights - Restrict them not to be able to read c:\, etc
Thanks, and sorry for the late feedback!
Dec
1
accepted Securtiy concerns about IIS websites' access rights - Restrict them not to be able to read c:\, etc
Nov
4
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
20
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
20
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
4
revised IIS can't serve files with accents and spaces in filenames
making it look nicer
Sep
4
revised IIS can't serve files with accents and spaces in filenames
correcting the text and the URL
Sep
4
suggested approved edit on IIS can't serve files with accents and spaces in filenames
Sep
4
suggested approved edit on IIS can't serve files with accents and spaces in filenames
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9
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