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Created by voodoo on February 17, 2012 10:40:43 Last update: February 17, 2012 10:40:43
When a certificate is "untrusted" by IE (such as a self-signed certificate), it displays a "Certificate error" icon next to the address bar. It used to be that you can click on that icon, "View certificates", then install it. On Windows 7, because of UAC , the "Install Certificate..." button is no longer displayed. In order to see the button, you have to start IE9 with administrator privileges: right click on the IE9 shortcut icon and select " Run as administrator... ". To save the certificate to a file, click the Details tab on the Certificate dialog, then click " Copy to File... ".
Created by nogeek on November 16, 2011 10:16:15 Last update: November 16, 2011 10:16:15
Bring up the Control Panel system page (shortcut: Win+Pause, Win+Fn+Insert/Pause for laptop): Click "Remote settings" on the left Check "Remote Desktop" -> "Allow connection..."
Created by balu on October 14, 2011 10:21:08 Last update: October 14, 2011 10:21:08
Got this error while trying to start vFabric tc server :
C:\Apps\vfabric-tc-server-standard-2.6.1.RELEASE>t...It's a UAC error. Need to start the command prompt with Administrator privileges: right click the shortcut and select Run as administrator . Or enable administrator rights for the shortcut: Bring up the cmd shortcut properties Select the Shortcut tab, click the Advanced button. Check Run as administrator .
Created by Dr. Xi on November 30, 2010 08:56:11 Last update: November 30, 2010 08:56:11
Focus on the checkbox. press the Space bar!
Created by woolf on October 22, 2010 02:53:32 Last update: October 22, 2010 03:18:12
The easiest way to shutdown Windows XP with a shortcut is to create a shortcut icon on the desktop (or the Start menu, or the Quick Launch menu) and assign a shortcut key combination. Useful command line commands: Shutdown : shutdown -s -t 0 Restart : shutdown -r -t 0 Log off : shutdown -l -t 0 Hibernate : rundll32.exe PowrProf.dll, SetSuspendState Hibernate Command line options for shutdown :
C:\> shutdown /? Usage: shutdown [-i | -l | -s ...
Created by woolf on October 22, 2010 03:00:32 Last update: October 22, 2010 03:00:54
You can configure Windows XP such that when you press the "Power" button it goes to standby instead of showdown: From Start menu, bring up the Control Panel Double click the Power Options icon: In the Advanced tab, select "Stand by" for the option "When I press the power button on my computer".
Created by woolf on August 29, 2010 04:22:01 Last update: August 29, 2010 04:22:01
This procedure only works for program shortcuts on the desktop or start menu: Right click on the program shortcut Select "Properties" Focus on the "Shortcut key" field, press any key or combination of any two of SHIFT, CTRL and ALT, plus any key MS link: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310417
Created by Dr. Xi on February 04, 2009 16:16:03 Last update: February 06, 2010 21:53:40
Action Shortcut Bring up context menu Shift+F10 Move active window Alt+Space, M Minimize active window Alt+Space, N Move cursor to web browser address bar and select the text Alt+D Minimizes all open windows and displays the desktop Windows Logo+D Restore minimized windows Repeat Windows Logo+D Open windows explorer Windows Logo+E Navigate through tabs in browser Ctrl+TAB Close tab in browser Ctrl+W Page Back Alt + LeftArrow Page Forward Alt + RightArrow Reload Page F5 Reload Page Override Cache Ctrl+F5 Find computer CTRL+Windows Logo+F Open Run dialog box Windows Logo+R Display Start menu CTRL+ESC (same as the Windows Logo key) Move the focus on the taskbar so you can TAB to the Quick Launch tool bar, the Taskbar etc. CTRL+ESC,ESC Quick Launch shortcuts in Windows Vista...
Created by Dr. Xi on September 02, 2008 18:55:18 Last update: January 18, 2010 22:36:24
Remember the times when you googled for solutions to your technical problems? How much time did you spend on wading through the zillions of links to find the ones that are of interest to you? Wouldn't you hope that you can find the answer right away the second time around? How many times were you forced to peruse hundreds of pages of documentation for a very specific need? Did you ever need to experiment with various alternatives because the documentation was vague? Wouldn't you prefer that a shortcut is available when the same thing is needed again? Xinotes is here to record your technical findings so that you won't have to go through the same process again when the problem reappears. Experience has taught us...
Created by woolf on April 01, 2009 18:56:29 Last update: April 01, 2009 18:56:29
Press the Windows button together with R (Win+R).