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  1. Hello everyone, Here a have a quest that can't find the perfect solution for a half year now. I have one machine at office and one at home, both Windows XP SP3, ADSL connection with static IP. On the office machine a have an archive of about 250 GB of files. When i am at home sometimes i need to connect to my office machine, search through those files, maybe preview some, and then download some needed files to my home machine, using a download queue feature is possible. The task doesn't seem so complicated, yet, i did not find a perfect simple solution so far. Solutions that i tried already, and don't need suggestion on: Radmin UltraVNC TeamViewer p300 DC++ and many variations of it. Note: am not allowed, and don't want to install any kind or sort of server application on office machine. So considering all these factors, does anyone have even an idea what solution would be fine for me? Thank you.
  2. Hello everyone, I am on Windows XP, and looking for an application that could be used to check my website availability from cities / countries around the world. Many times it happens that for some reason my website is unavailable from some cities of India, or Russia, or for example isn't available via some internet providers in my own country. So i thought there could be some sort of professional program like that, that could be flexible used to verify website availability from different cities / countries / internet services providers. Any good suggestions around? Big thank you in advance. Regards,
  3. Hello everyone, I am on Windows XP SP2 and I have a regular ADSL connection with 10 Mbit download and 1 Mbit upload. I have noticed a strange thing, whenever i am uploading something using full 1 Mbit speed, it becomes impossible to continue using internet and browse web pages, sites are loading very slow. Seems like the bandwidth used for uploading somehow affects the download bandwidth, bit i don't get how is one connected to the other? May be there is some wrong setting in my modem? Has anyone encountered an issue like that? Is there a solution? Thank you.
  4. Hello, I am on Windows XP SP2. Windows has scheduled a chkdsk at system boot, but something is canceling it automatically. Every time I restart Windows, it tries to run a chkdsk but never succeed because it is being automatically cancelled. Windows says it better to run it and no matter how many times I try to schedule it, it is being cancelled. Is there a way to find what
  5. Its actually more weird than that. Even when computer network is fine, any time i simply plug out the network cable i get same BSOD. Its very very strange. I have never seen such.
  6. Would be nice to download somewhere ONLY patches for IE6, and install all at once.
  7. Hello everybody, For certain performance reasons I HAVE to move back to from IE7 to IE. I am actually mostly using Firefox, but yet, whenever I use IE6 I want it to be at least as 50% safe as IE7. Especially I want to find a way to block drive-by installs when navigating infected websites. Is there a way to configure IE6 in such way that nothing gets installed from browser, or no script will automatically run and install till I give IE6 permission to do that? Is it possible at all to make IE6 safe? Any info or links for good articles are deeply appreciated. Regards.
  8. Hello everyone, I would need some help in solving an irregular question. I have a NGO organization that use 5 computers and I am looking to buy 5 licenses for Windows XP SP2 and 5 licenses for Microsoft Office 2000. I would like to mention that I got no interest in other versions of Windows and Office, and no interest in Open Source software or free alternatives. I
  9. Hello, I am on Windows XP SP2 Pro, and I have a question regrading some security and access restricting software. I need a utility that will provide me the possibility to manage and restrict access for various Windows users to certain installed programs and Windows OS security features/options. But i don't want to have that utility running in the system tray or background all the time, eating system resources. I just want to be able to use it for restricting purposes when I need, and then close it and forget about it, so that security changes or registry tweaks will remain active even if this program is exited. Its probably something that deal with Windows built in Group Policy - User Configuration or Local Security Settings applets. Does anyone know a program like that? Thanks a lot in advance. Regards.
  10. OK, since you ask such a challenging question I would need your and other's advices on my computer protection if you don
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