Even though you have already installed and configured a Terminal Server license Server, you can not connect to a Terminal Server with the Remote Desktop Client from some individual clients. Some other will work.
Sometimes you need the SID of a user or group. For example if you want to set permissions with icalcs in multilanguage environments. icacls needs as input the group name or the SID. If you want to set permission for the builtin groups you have to specify the group name in the current language of the operating system, i.e. “Users” for en-US and “Benutzer” for de-DE. The better choice is the SID, the SIDs for builtin groups are always the same. Continue reading Windows: How to determine the SID of a User or Group→
difficult Windows issue today. A user had the problem that he could not delete a Folder (C:\Temp\orders) , also renaming or moving is not possible. The same behaviour with the command line tools rmdir, ren and move.
The folder was created from Excel with a vba macro.
Sometimes the Windows 7 functionality to automatically arrange or resize a window while dragging is a pain. This feature is called Aero Snap. Here are good news, you can disable the behaviour :-).
Open the Control Panel, go to “Ease of Access center”. If you are there, click “Make the mouse easier to use” and enable “Prevent Windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen”.
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