Category Archive: Windows

Apr 27

Exchange 2007 VHD Default Password

I looked everywhere to find Exchange 2007 VHD default password but no luck. If you had downloaded Exchange 2007 with Windows 2003 and you are trying to login, you will get a screen with following inputs, fill out the way I have givenbelow: Username: Administrator Password:  Evaluation1 Log on to: LITWAREINC Package details for Exchange …

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Jan 05

What is Megaphone Desktop Tool?

Megaphone Desktop Tool is one of a kind tool that used mainly to support Israel and Jewish based online media attacks. This application is used by Jewish students and youth around the world to support Israel and attack critics of Israel in real time using online social bookmarking and comment pages. Although social bookmarking sites …

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Aug 08

Multiple Session for Remote Desktop on Windows Vista

Previously I had mentioned about enabling Multiple Session for Remote Desktop on Windows XP This time I’d like to talk about Multiple Sessions for Remote Desktop on Windows Vista. Multiple Session for Remote Desktop on Windows Vista Ultimate, Enterprise and Business Vista x86 (RTM & SP1) and x64 (RTM & SP1) Download Termsrv.dll file http://rapidshare.com/files/135672441/VISTA_TERMSRV_PATCHES.zip for …

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Jun 22

GTalk (Google Talk) Invisible

Gtalk, Google’s best shot in IM market. It’s been fairly successful although Yahoo’s Y! and Microsoft’s MSN is beating in most of the parts. As a Gtalk user, I’ve been looking for solutions to log in as invisible and keep my privacy against people whom I don’t want to talk at the time. Gtalk itself …

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Jun 16

Policy Maker Registry Extension

Most desktop administrators quickly become familiar with the need to make adjustments to the Registry on remote computers. The free PolicyMaker™ Registry Extension is a true client side extension (CSE) to Group Policy, providing full registry management capability. The interface is simple and configurations are communicated to client computers through Group Policy. When Group Policy …

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