Thursday, May 23, 2013

Remove Time Limitation from Team viewer

First Remove Team viewer then delete folder from %appdata%
Then remove team viewer from registry
HKEY_CURRENT_USER   -  Software  – Team viewer
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE – Software  – Team viewer 
Windows 2000/XP
Method 1:

This is depending on the type of Network Interface Card (NIC) you have. If you have a card that doesn't support Clone MAC address, then you have to go to second method.

a) Go to Start->Settings->Control Panel and double click on Network and Dial-up Connections.

b) Right click on the NIC you want to change the MAC address and click on properties.

c) Under "General" tab, click on the "Configure" button

d) Click on "Advanced" tab

e) Under "Property section", you should see an item called "Network Address" or "Locally Administered Address", click on it.

f) On the right side, under "Value", type in the New MAC address you want to assign to your NIC. Usually this value is entered without the "-" between the MAC address numbers.

g) Goto command prompt and type in "ipconfig /all" or "net config rdr" to verify the changes. If the changes are not materialized, then use the second method.

h) If successful, reboot your system.

Method 2:

This should work on all Windows 2000/XP systems

a) Go to Start -> Run, type "regedt32" to start registry editor. Do not use "Regedit".

b) Go to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\ Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}". Double click on it to expand the tree. The subkeys are 4-digit numbers, which represent particular network adapters. You should see it starts with 0000, then 0001, 0002, 0003 and so on.

c) Find the interface you want by searching for the proper "DriverDesc" key.

d) Edit, or add, the string key "NetworkAddress" (has the data type "REG_SZ") to contain the new MAC address.

e) Disable then re-enable the network interface that you changed (or reboot the system).

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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Join Domain

Step 1: Login to the Windows 7 computer and click start. Then, right click on My Computer.

Click Start Then Right Click On My Computer And Click On Properties

Step 2: Click on the Change Settings Icon in the bottom middle part of the screen.

Click On Change Settings

Step 3: Once the System Properties menu opens, click on the Change button.

Click On Change

Step 4: Click on the Domain radial button and type in the domain you wish to connect to.   In this example, it is being connected to haze.local.    For more information on domains, click here.

Enter the domain you would like to join

Step 5: Click on OK and enter in a username and password which has an Active Directory account on the domain. Then click OK.

Enter your Domain Username & Pass

Step 6: You will be welcomed to the domain when you have joined.  Click OK.

Click OK
Press OK

Step 7: Press Close to close your system properties. You will then be prompted to restart your computer for the changes to take effect. Click OK.

Press Close

Step 8: You will now be asked to restart your computer or restart later.   For changes to take effect immediately, click restart now.

Click Restart

Step 9: One of the first things you will notice when the computer reboots, is that you will be prompted to Press CTRL + ALT + Delete to log onto the computer.

Press CTRL + Alt + Del To Login

Step 10: Now you are at the login screen.   You will see the last user who logged on, as it is listed on the screen.   As you can see in the display below, it uses the standard of computername\username.  You can click Switch User to enter in a domain account.

Click Switch User

Step 11:  Click Other User.

Click Other User

Step 12: You will now see your domain name appear below to log into.  You can now enter your domain username and password and log into the domain.   Please note, if you are going to use the Administrator account, it will default back to the computer account and not the domain. 

Please also note that you can always log in no matter what the logo is, as long as you enter your domain and username in one of the following ways:


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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

create a virtual directory within IIS

The following article explains how to create a virtual directory within IIS 5.0 and IIS 6.0. A virtual directory provides web access to a folder that is located outside of the home directory. Use caution when creating a virtual directory, since it provides access to resources outside of a domain name.

To create a virtual directory in IIS, please follow these steps:

  1. Log into your server through Terminal Services or Remote Desktop Connection.
  2. Click Start, select Programs, and then click Administrative Tools.
    • For IIS 5.0 click Internet Services Manager.
    • For IIS 6.0 click Internet Information Services.
  3. In the left column you will see the Server Name.
    • In IIS 5.0, expand the Server Name to find the domain name.
    • In IIS 6.0, expand the Server Name and then Web Sites to find the domain name.
  4. Right-click on the domain name and select New and then Virtual Directory.
  5. Click Next to begin the Wizard.
  6. Enter the virtual directory name as the Alias.
  7. Enter the path to the directory you are linking to.
  8. Set the permissions for the virtual directory:
    • Read: allows the virtual directory to be visible through a web browser
    • Run Scripts: allows scripts such as ASP and ASP.Net to be run
    • Execute: allows .exe and .dll files to be run (we recommend not checking this option)
    • Write: allows certain browsers to write to files in your website (we recommend not checking this option)
    • Browse: if there is no index page, this option will display a listing of all the pages in your folder (we recommend not checking this option)
  9. Click Finish.

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