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A code which would enable users to add,search,delete,and edit

This would probably appear as a system...a system that is useful in school

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All u have to do is get a disk from like a dell shop right that say that problem to the man

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Internet 9 freezes


"Adjusted the Add-on settings in IE9"... To do so, click Start, type Add-on in the search box, then click Internet Explorer (No Add-ons) when it comes up.
Use a system utility software like RegInOut to fix internet 9 problem.

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Recovering deleted items in Outlook 2003 and 2007


If you accidently deleted items like Emails, contacts, calendar, tasks, etc from your mailbox using Outlook, you can recover them as they are first transferred to the Deleted Items folder of that mailbox. But even if you delete them from the Deleted Items folder you can still recover them. This feature is enabled by default in Outlook 2007 but if you are using 2003 then you'll have to modify System registry.
Enabling recovery of deleted items in Outlook 2003
1. Start Registry Editor(Regedt32.exe).
2. Locate and click the following key in the registry
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftExchangeClientOptions
3. On the Edit menu, click Add Value, and then add the following registry value:
Value name: DumpsterAlwaysOn
Data type: DWORD
Value data: 1
4. Close the Registry Editor.
Now when you start Microsoft Outlook 2003 you'll be able to see a new option- Recover Deleted Items in the tools menu.
Recovering deleted items in Outlook 2007:
1. In the folder from where you deleted the item, or in the Deleted Items folder, click
2. Recover Deleted Items on the Tools menu.
Click an item and then click Recover Selected Items
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on Oct 26, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to add or remove Windows XP components


Windows XP can be customized to a certain degree by adding or removing components. Some components (such as Fax Services) can add functionality that users may or may not want, while other components (like Accessories and Utilities) are used by almost everyone.

If there are components you don't use -- for example, MSN Explorer or Windows Messenger -- you can disable those components to save a little bit of disk space. The components won't be deleted from your computer, however, so if you decide you want to re-enable them later, you can easily do that.

To add or remove Windows XP components, open the Control Panel and double click Add or Remove Programs. Along the left side of the window is a button that says Add/Remove Windows Components; click that button.

The Windows Components Wizard will appear. Scroll through the list of components and decide which ones you want to enable or disable. (The ones you currently have enabled have a check mark next to them.) Checking a component will enable it, while removing the check mark will disable it.

Some components have multiple parts to them. Highlight these components and click the Details button to see which applications or services make up that component. You can choose to only enable or disable certain aspects of each component, rather than the component as a whole.

When you have made the changes that you wanted to make, click the Next button at the bottom of the screen. The Wizard will configure your new components (or uninstall the ones you don't want), and when it finishes you'll see a message saying that the process has been completed. Click Finish to close the Wizard.

on Jun 16, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Bash codes dont work the bash codes used to add users , change user ect dont work what must i do to fix thix? i would be happy if i get asnwer soon because i realy need to make it work to study for my...


i found a tutorial to create a script to make this easier and a tutorial on bash commands
this is a sample menu
When you start the script a menu will appear like this:

### MENU ###

1. ADD USERS

2. Varify Users

3. Delete Users

4. EXIT
http://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-add-linux-system-users-from-a-text-file

and now the BASH tutorial

http://oreilly.com/openbook/debian/book/ch07_01.html

http://www.debianadmin.com/users-and-groups-administration-in-linux.html

Good luck and remember to be sudo when you do these commands


Osogama

Oct 03, 2011 | Canonical Ltd. Ubuntu

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Task manager is disabled by administrator


So your task mananger isn't working, this may be a Virus, or simply some programs error? Anyway, If you have Windows XP Pro, there's a nifty user interface to directly edit the setting you want to repair. Click Start, then click Run and type in gpedit.msc: And press OK. This runs the Group Policy Editor. Once in the Group Policy Editor, expand in turn: User Configuration Administrative Templates System Ctrl+Alt+Del Options You should see the Group Policy Window, Double click on Remove Task Manager to change its setting: It should be enough to click on Not Configured and then OK and Task Manager is available once again. If you don't have Windows XP Pro, then you'll need to edit the registry manually. Click Start, then click Run, type in regedit, and click on OK. Expand these registry keys in turn:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER \Software \Microsoft \Windows \CurrentVersion \Policies \System You should see the key DisableTaskMgr in the right hand pane. Right Click on the DisableTaskMgr item: Click on Delete, confirm that you want to delete, and Task Manager should be available once again. One thing to note is that it's quite possible that if you're in an environment managed by a centralized policy, these settings may have no effect. Your IT administrator may set things up so as to disable Task Manager, and other things as well at the domain level. You'll need to ask them if this is the case.

Feb 17, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Start Menu tips in windows 7


Start Menu tips Many people overlook the Start Menu, rarely using it except as a jumping off point to run an application or get to the Control Panel. But there's actually plenty you can do with it.
Search the Internet from the Start Menu Note: This tip relies on the Group Policy Editor, which isn't available in some versions of Windows 7. Thus, this tip will not work if you have the Home Premium, Starter, or Home Basic editions of Windows 7.
The Start Menu's search box is a convenient way to search through your PC -- but you can also have it do double-duty and perform Internet searches as well. To enable this feature:

1. In the Start Menu search box, type GPEDIT.MSC and press Enter to run the Group Policy Editor.

2. Go to User Configuration --> Administrative Templates --> Start Menu and Taskbar.

3. Double-click "Add Search Internet link to Start Menu," and from the screen that appears, select Enabled. Then click OK and close the Group Policy Editor.

4. From now on, when you type a search term in the Search box on the Start Menu, a "Search the Internet" link will appear. Click the link to launch the search in your default browser with your default search engine.

on Jan 12, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to login to other people accounts using protected account


go start

go run

type cmd

type net users

you will see the user account on the command prompt

To change password
type net users "user name" *
type new password
type new password again

note when you change the password for the user you will not be able to see the password when you typing in the new password.

To add a new user
type net users "user name" /add

To delete user
type net users "user name" /delete


on Jan 31, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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REGEDIT


regedit - to disable this file from running, delete it. if you want to turn off the registry, boot computer into safe mode (tapping f8 key while booting). if you need to manually uninstall a program, do an F3 search in the registry for the program name as a search string. there can be as many as 500 registry entries for the program... if you adopt the f3, delete, enter, f3, delete, enter, you may be able to uninstall the program's registry entry in as little as 15 minute to 1 hour... best of luck, I am not responsible if you delete a wrong value and crash your computer .... heheheeheheh.

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My task manger is disabled by the administrator


For Windows XP Home Edition use "The registry edit & For Windows XP Professional you still use the option I had suggested which is:

• Click Start
• Click Run
• Enter gpedit.msc in the Open box and click OK
• In the Group Policy settings window
o Select User Configuration
o Select Administrative Templates
o Select System
o Select Ctrl+Alt+Delete options
o Select Remove Task Manager
o Double-click the Remove Task Manager option

I hope this Info has helped you.



or:
Click Start -> Run. Type in "regedit" (no quotes) and hit Enter.

Search for HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies \ System.

Look for: DisableTaskMgr. Click on REG_DWORD. Value: 1=Enable this key (disables TaskManager); Value: 0=Disable (actually enables TaskManager)

Close RegEdit

Reboot your machine.

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