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    Here's some VB code that might help you out -...

    Here's some VB code that might help you out - copied and pasted out of a quick and dirty VB app I wrote a while ago - it has to run as a user account that has permission to read this info, like an...
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    What OS are you running? On my Windows 2000...

    What OS are you running? On my Windows 2000 domain, I can run computer management and just pick another computer to get a remote read only device manager, the Disk Management interface, or System...
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    Maybe this? ...

    Maybe this?

    http://www.desaware.com/Articles/DynamicexL3.htm
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    I had a dog once that would have chewed through...

    I had a dog once that would have chewed through an entire computer if she could have got her teeth close enough to it:D
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    Re: Clearing up a misunderstanding....

    Right, or so Apple's marketing people say. ;) But seriously, the only place I've seen this actually tested was in that magazine article I mentioned, and they found it to be untrue. Do you have any...
  6. Thread: Win2K

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    Have you installed any network server type...

    Have you installed any network server type software recently that could have made them? Programs like MSSQL and Backup Exec can make accounts automatically as part of the install, IIRC.
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    I don't feel like arguing, so I'll agree with you...

    I don't feel like arguing, so I'll agree with you completely.:D
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    But CGI is not a language - their is no language...

    But CGI is not a language - their is no language to learn, just the guts of HTTP and your web server of choice - and you you truly learn ASP, you'd know that that isn't a language either.
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    Re: Mac vs. PC

    Maximum PC Magazine did some benchmarking and the PC still outperformed the Mac - while it might be Biased, they said they even expected the Mac to do better than it did. And if Processer speed...
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    You could also check the manufacturer of the...

    You could also check the manufacturer of the wireless card or access point's web site if they have better antennas for it.
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    It costs money, I got mine with a MSDN...

    It costs money, I got mine with a MSDN subscription.
  12. Thread: Hacking Question

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    Use a well known publically tested and proven...

    Use a well known publically tested and proven encryption algorithm - you could buy/make/download a COM based DLL (MS has CAPICOM for free), or you could implement the algorithm yourself. Don't even...
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    Not sure if there's a hidden zone for the local...

    Not sure if there's a hidden zone for the local filesystem, but IIRC, IE trusts the local file system the most.
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    You can have multiple web sites at different...

    You can have multiple web sites at different ports, but I'm pretty sure you need Windows 2000 Server. MS has a 120 day trial for download, if that helps at all, or get a developer license.
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    IE will happily run any client-side VBscript to...

    IE will happily run any client-side VBscript to do whatever, provided its security has been set low enough.
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    ASP or PHP work exactly like CGI anyway. PHP can...

    ASP or PHP work exactly like CGI anyway. PHP can be run as CGI. All ASP is is a COM based wrapper around CGI principles - you should already know most of it.
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    Look into enabling packet forwarding on computer...

    Look into enabling packet forwarding on computer B, depending on the OS. Also, router software could be installed on computer B. You can buy a 5 port 10/100 switch for US$25-30 if you need to...
  18. http://memtest86.com might be what VisionIT...

    http://memtest86.com might be what VisionIT wanted to link to. It's what I use - burn it onto a CD and boot from it. Also was recommended by Corsair.
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    Yep, although salt or cigarette smoke is worse.

    Yep, although salt or cigarette smoke is worse.
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    Regardless of what Apple claims about clock...

    Regardless of what Apple claims about clock speed, a Mac underperforms compared to similarly priced PCs. And the G3's one button round mouse is horrible and the keys on the keyboard are too small. ...
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    If you don't mind that...

    If you don't mind that kids/siblings/friends/pets, etc can deliberately or innocently mess up your FAT partitions, I guess that's ok.
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    That should also work well, with one caveat -...

    That should also work well, with one caveat - what if the web server has a filter that checks and blocks for querystrings on non-script content?
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    http://www.allapi.net/apilist/DeleteUrlCacheEntry....

    http://www.allapi.net/apilist/DeleteUrlCacheEntry.shtml
  24. Thread: Hacking Question

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    Re: Hacking Question

    What if they open your COM component in a hex editor? Unless it's encrypted well, they could still see the string.

    Global.asa is a plain text file, all they'd need is read access to that on the...
  25. Thread: Freezing problem

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    Glad to help.

    Glad to help.
  26. Besides frames, you could use Javascript and CSS...

    Besides frames, you could use Javascript and CSS Absolute positioning to keep a box on the bottom of the page.
  27. Thread: Net Use from VB

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    AFAIK, All net.exe does is use the Network...

    AFAIK, All net.exe does is use the Network Management Functions you can find documented in the Platform SDK part of MSDN - figure out which ones you need to use, and look them up on the VB API sites.
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    What sound card do you have. IIRC, my SB Live...

    What sound card do you have. IIRC, my SB Live Value won't play MIDI's if you kill a background helper application it runs.
  29. Thread: Mozilla

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    Phoenix or Mozilla with HTTP Pipelining enabled...

    Phoenix or Mozilla with HTTP Pipelining enabled seem to render faster than IE to me. IE cheats at initial load up because it loads with Windows. And Mozilla/Opera render pages correctly - even the...
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    Where else do you plan on encrypting them? ...

    Where else do you plan on encrypting them? SSL/HTTPS should handle the encryption between the web browser and web server just fine. Server-side, MS has the Crypto API and a CAPICOM dll which is a...
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    I've never used it - but Inet is probably just a...

    I've never used it - but Inet is probably just a wrapper arounf wininet.dll, which has a API called "DeleteUrlCacheEntry" which might be what you are looking for.
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    Use WMI's Win32_NTLogEvent class, or use the...

    Use WMI's Win32_NTLogEvent class, or use the ReadEventLog API. Note that iusing the API is not as simple as the NT Event Viewer makes it look.
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    VB's native Strings are Unicode.

    VB's native Strings are Unicode.
  34. Thread: Chat programming

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    Look for a Winsock Control Tutorial.

    Look for a Winsock Control Tutorial.
  35. Thread: Freezing problem

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    Also, check for a dead fan.

    Also, check for a dead fan.
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    Not sure either, never used CP/M. Thanks anyway....

    Not sure either, never used CP/M. Thanks anyway. I'll post again when I get more time to play with the old PC - it boots, and apparently had DOS on its hard drive, but I suspect the hard drive is...
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    You can modify the "hosts" file found in...

    You can modify the "hosts" file found in "C:\WINNT\system32\drivers\etc". Open it up for an example, it's pretty easy. Also, a similar file exists on Unix-like systems as well.
  38. Thread: Processes

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    If you want only one IE process running, you need...

    If you want only one IE process running, you need to pick New Window from the file menu. If you click an icon from the start menu or wherever, it does run as a new process.
  39. Thread: Mozilla

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    I use Phoenix 0.5, as its slightly faster than...

    I use Phoenix 0.5, as its slightly faster than Mozilla, and I don't need Mail/Chat, etc. Opera 7.01 is also pretty good - it's the only browser I can get CSS landscape printing to work in.

    IMHO,...
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    You could open it to a template HTML file, then...

    You could open it to a template HTML file, then use the MSHTML InnerHTML or InnerText functions to dynamically change the browser's source.
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