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1. Under the hood of the ATI Ace Event Log
Or, Why is the event log maxing out the log with useless user information. Anyone that has the Catalyst Control Center may have noticed the Ace Event Log. Mine seems to stay full of errors and if you clear the … Continue reading →
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
General Reading » Uncategorised Technical Blogs » General
ledtech3 Updated: 6 May 2014
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2. Rootkits
Rootkits have become the most devious method of hiding malware on a system. They are being employed to every sector from the home user to government to private industry.The monetary and information losses along with infrastructure disruption will continue to … Continue reading →
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
Client Software » Security and Anti-virus » General
ledtech3 Updated: 10 Dec 2013
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3. How Do You Get A Service SID From A Service Name
Recently I have been trying to better understand Windows Service Security. Starting with Windows Vista, Windows Services were able to have a SID Associated with the service so you could have Service Isolation and reduce the required privileges needed and … Continue reading →
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
General Reading » Uncategorised Technical Blogs » General
ledtech3 Updated: 11 Sep 2013
Rating: 5.00/5 (1 vote)
4. What’s in your toolbox (Environment Variables)
Over the years I have found several tools that make a good or great addition to my PC Repair toolbox. Some you use every day and others you only pull them out on occasion. I hope to write up several … Continue reading →
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
General Reading » Third Party Products and Tools » General
ledtech3 Updated: 12 Jun 2013
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5. Microsoft Security Essentials Locked Down Even More
The ability to temporarily stop the service has been locked down even more. Earlier this year I installed Microsoft Security Essentials on my moms old single core Windows XP system. Sometimes as she was playing games her pointer would float … Continue reading →
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
Servers » Users, Security and Privacy » General
ledtech3 Updated: 6 Dec 2012
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6. Troubleshooting Wireshark’s IP Endpoint Map
If you have ever used Wireshark then you may have seen the option to view the endpoints on a map. Select, Statistics > Endpoints , then that will bring up the endpoint box shown below. Now here you select the … Continue reading →
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General Reading » Uncategorised Technical Blogs » General
ledtech3 Updated: 13 Aug 2012
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7. Troubleshooting Missing AS: Data in Wireshark’s Endpoint Maps
If you read my last post titled “Troubleshooting Wireshark’s IP Endpoint Map” then you know I found a workaround for the Endpoint maps not working in IE9 or Firefox. After completing that post I downloaded the latest version of Wireshark … Continue reading →
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
General Reading » Uncategorised Technical Blogs » General
ledtech3 Updated: 13 Aug 2012
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8. Troubleshooting Events in Event Viewer
  This post will deal with troubleshooting two recent events on a Windows Vista Ultimate 64 Bit system. (my system) Problem # 1 When you go to the event viewer and see something like this. Naturally you want to look … Continue reading →
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
Computing Hardware » Desktop » General
ledtech3 Updated: 30 Jul 2012
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9. Trouble Shooting the AODDriver4.1 and AODDriver4.01
Recently I have had some video and system crashes while watching videos on USA Network. They were the only network that I had that problem with. I searched for any updated drivers and found a newer release that was just … Continue reading →
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
Networking » WAN » General
ledtech3 Updated: 30 Jul 2012
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10. A Few Ramblings About Desktop Security
By now everyone probably  knows about the Flamer malware. There are allot of write ups all over the internet. An interesting read for me was this technical report by “CrySyS Lab” That got me thinking about another article I had … Continue reading →
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
Computing Hardware » Desktop » General
ledtech3 Updated: 30 Jul 2012
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11. A few ramblings about desktop security
By now everyone probably  knows about the Flamer malware. There are allot of write ups all over the internet. An interesting read for me was this technical report by “CrySyS Lab” That got me thinking about another article I had … Continue reading →
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
Computing Hardware » Desktop » General
ledtech3 Updated: 5 Jun 2012
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12. How to install latest Mac OS X Lion Virtual Machine on Windows Server 2008/Windows 7
20 mins installation guide in order to get you with a Mac OS X Lion VM in no time.
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
Servers » Operating Systems » General
Eric Xue (brokensnow) Updated: 4 May 2012
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13. Migrating from TFS 2008 to SVN 1.6 with tfs2svn
This is tricky because tfs2svn stopped being updated when Subversion 1.4 ruled the roost.
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
Client Software » Productivity » General
Martin Jarvis Updated: 1 May 2012
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14. Windows Server Backup
How to make incremental backups from Windows to Linux using free tools
(The Apache License, Version 2.0)
Servers » Operating Systems » General
deveck Updated: 25 Apr 2012
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15. PowerShell ASP: Using Invoke-Command with New-PSSession
In order to use the Invoke -Command with the New-PSSession cmdlet you will need to have the proper credentials set.
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General Reading » Uncategorised Technical Blogs » General
powershellscripter Updated: 18 Apr 2012
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16. PowerShell Server: Using Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) To Upload and Download Files
When Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) is enabled on the PowerShell Server, an SCP client can connect and upload or download files.
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
Servers » Server Clustering » General
powershellscripter Updated: 18 Apr 2012
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17. PowerShell Server: Using the Quest AD Cmdlets
This tutorial was designed to focus on what is required to run the Quest AD Cmdlets within the PowerShell Server.
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
Servers » Server Clustering » General
powershellscripter Updated: 18 Apr 2012
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18. How to Install SQL server 2008 on Windows 7
In my previous post I show How to Install IIS on Windows 7. Now I am going to show How to Install Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Express Edition. First you need the installer, download it from here. Requirements: Visual Studio … Continue reading →
(The Code Project Open License (CPOL))
Servers » Database » General
Razib Chandra Deb Updated: 12 Apr 2012
Rating: 4.00/5 (1 vote)

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