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I can not access speech settings for windows xp. I don't see anything called mss management console, which i heard is where you can change the settings.

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Click-start-control Panel-Regional Setting, in there you can change your speech setting and you cant install speech other in there

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How To Change Password Of Users In Windows XP


On Internet, I found so many people are confused about how to change the passwords of users in Windows XP even though it is a easy job. As far as we know, changing logon password of our Windows regularly is a good habit to help keep our PC secure, I just researched and found out the below ways to change the password of users in Windows XP. You can use either one to achieve your goal.
Follow the simplest ways you thought to change your Windows XP logon password:
If you know any other interesting way, please let me know through comments.
Using Control Panel
Difficulty: Easy
Time Required: Changing your Windows XP logon password usually takes less than a few minutes
Here’s How:
go to Start –> Control Panel –> User Accounts
Tip: You can also open control panel by Start –> Run –> control. This will open Control Panel.
Select the user for which you want to change the password and select Change my password.
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Note: you must need appropriate privileges to change the password of another user.
Using Ctrl+Alt+Delete
Difficulty: The easiest one in my opinion
Time Required: It just takes me one minute
Here’s How:
If your press Ctrl+Alt+Del when you are logged onto your Windows XP machine, it will show you the classic security options.
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Select change password and change the password of the logged on user.
Note: If the security options does not appear. Task manager shows up instead of the security options. Just go to Start –> Control Panel –> User Accounts –> Change the way Users Log on or off.
Uncheck Use the Welcome Screen. Log off and logon again. Now pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del will show the security options window.
Using Command Prompt
Difficulty: medium
Time Required: It may takes a few minutes
Here’s How:
go to Run –> cmd.
Command prompt will open. Use the following commands to change the password:
net user username password /domain
Replace username with the original username and password with the new password you want to assign to that user. /domain is optional. If you are in a domain environment, specify the domain name otherwise, if you’re using a local user, leave /domain. If I want to change the password of user Sanix to 12345. I will issue the following command at command prompt:
net user Sanix 12345
It will change the password of the user Sanix to 12345.
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Note: if you’re not logged on as an administrator, you will get the following error:
“System error 5 has occurred. Access is denied”
Using Control userpasswords2
Difficulty: Easy
Time Required: It may takes less than a few minutes
Here’s How:
go to Start –> Run –> control userpasswords2
This will open the classic user accounts management window. Select any user and select reset password.
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Using Computer Management Console
Difficulty: Easy
Time Required: It may takes a few minutes
Here’s How:
right click My Computer –> Manage –> Local Users And Groups –> Users
Right click the username for which you want to change the password and select Reset Password.
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How to change system default voice


Go to your control panel and select "Speech". Under Voice Selection, you can select the voice you want to use. By default, there is only one voice available in Windows XP called Microsoft Sam. Additional voices can be downloaded from various Web sites.

For more info you can read this page.

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My name is Ryan and I work on behalf of Cricket. Please call Cricket Broadband Customer Service Center at 1-800-CRICKET.

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How to add the Group Policy Editor to Windows XP Home SP3


This Group Policy Editor is normally associated with the Professional version of the Operating System if you try to call it up from either a MMC snapin or from the run menu it will fail

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You can use Doug Knox's Security Console to access several of the the functions however this is a poor mans solution to the problem you will need Microsofts own GPEditor for full functionality. If you want to easily edit the Local Security policy in XP Home is to use Doug Knox's Security Console v1.4.3 this costs $10 and is worth the money.

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As you can see you can change 9 settings in the profile if you use RegFromApp from Nirsoft you will be able to see exactly what the console will change in the registry, you will have to select the Console process in the inspection menu

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Installing the full Group Policy Editor from Microsoft

You can copy the gpedit.msc from a working copy of Windows XP Professional but the registry changes are not transferred automatically to the registry so errors can easily be made. If you can't manage to do all this I have created a batch file HERE to do it all for you all you need to is restart the PC then activate the Group Policy Editor as normal in XP Professional as shown above.

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For those who just want a quick fix to set it without all the hassle download THIS little reg tweak from my Sky Drive.


If all this baffles you just too much then if you install the Windows TweakUI Powertoy version and click on the following you can get access this way from the policy tab as shown below

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You may get an error Message: (appmgmts.dll) was loaded, but the DllRegister Server entry point was not found, file can't be registered I have Remarked this out on the batch file to stop this it seems to work without it anyway

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How to change Microsoft default voice sam as the computers voice....cannot access the setting in the speech properties of the control panel


Check if you have a proper "Audio Output" selected and installed, maybe is disabled.

Maybe you need to install something,

here is the Speech SDK 5.1

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=5e86ec97-40a7-453f-b0ee-6583171b4530

Read the content page above and make your choice.
Hope this can help you.
Regards

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Changing Microsoft default voice


Use the Speech Engine Configurations tab of the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in for Microsoft Speech Server (MSS) 2004 to change the default voice used by applications for text-to-speech (TTS) processing, or to specify an application-specific TTS voice.
This is the voice that callers hear when an application must synthesize speech output rather than use prerecorded prompts. For more information, see the section on the prompt engine in the topic Producing Speech Output.
To modify the default voice
  1. Open the MMC Administration console. (For instructions,
    To open the MMC Administration console for MSS
    1. Click Start.
    2. Select All Programs, Microsoft Speech Server 2004, and then click MSS Management Console.
      Note If you do not have Administrator rights on the computer you are using to open MMC, you will be prompted to enter a valid Administrator ID and password)

  2. In the console tree, expand the applicable group.
  3. In the details pane, double-click the computer running SES to open the SES properties page.
  4. Click the Speech Engine Configurations tab.
  5. Under Engine Configurations:, select DefaultVoice.
  6. In the Engine Name drop-down list, select the voice to use for all applications by default.

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