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User Restrictions and Internet Explorer Version 5.x

Applying User Restrictionsto Internet Explorer Version 5.01 and Above The are a number of user restrictions that you can apply to Internet Explorer (IE) 5.01 and above to govern just how Internet Explorer can be used in your environment, whether that is at home or on a network. The table …

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Printing the Favorites List in Internet Explorer 5

Click Start, point to Programs, and then click Internet Explorer. On the File menu, click Import and Export. In the Import/Export Wizard, click Next. Click Export Favorites, and then click Next. Click Favorites, and then click Next. Click Export to a File or Address, type c:\bookmark.htm in the Export to …

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Adaptec Easy CD Creator in Windows 2000

Adaptec Easy CD Creator 3.x Easy CD Creator 3.x uses an older set of NT drivers. While the most recent version of these drivers work with Windows 2000, they do not support the full capabilities of Windows 2000 such as Plug and Play. These drivers have been rewritten for full …

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Backing Up and Restoring the Windows 95 Registry

Backing up and Restoring the Windows 95 Registry To Backup and Restore the Windows 95 Registry. While at a *pure MS-DOS prompt, and in the the C:\Windows directory, type: Attrib -s -r -h C:\Windows\System.dat (press Enter) Attrib -s -r -h C:\Windows\User.dat (press Enter) To make backup copies type: copy C:\Windows\System.dat …

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Remove the Help Option from the Start Menu (Windows 9x)

Remove the Help Option from the Start Menu (Windows 9x) This tweak hides the Help option on the Start Menu. Open your registry and find the key below. Create a new DWORD value, or modify the existing value called ‘NoHelp’ set the value to equal ‘1’ to enable the restriction. …

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Windows 98 unloads DLL Files by default

Windows 98 SE Unloads Dynamic Library Links by Default By default, when Windows 98 SE is installed onto a freshly formatted drive, not an upgrade over an existing Windows 9x installation, Windows normally always creates a default registry setting that causes Windows to unload the Dynamic Link Libraries (DLL’s) used …

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Turn the My Computer icon into a taskbar

Do you need to use the My Computer icon, or one of the icons within it, often? Well this little tip may make life easier for you. Right click and hold the My Computer icon and drag the icon to the top of the screen, it will then change to …

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Keep those unwanted users out of your computer

Keeping unwanted users out of your computer 1. Open RegEdit 2. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Network\Logon 3. Create a dword value “MustBeValidated” 4. Set the value to 1 This edit is only usable when the computer is connected to a network domain that is then validated by the server.

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Customizing the System Tray

Customizing the System Tray You can add your name or anything you like up to 8 characters. This will replace the AM or PM to the right of the system time in the tray. Note: You may not be able to do this with some trial software and even some …

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Disabling the Right-Click features of the Start Button

Disabling the Right-Click features of the Start Button Normally, when you right click on the Start button, it allows you to open your programs folder, the Explorer and run Find. There are times where you don’t want to allow users to be able to do this in order to secure …

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