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*James Murphy
Message 11 of 23 (129 Views)

Re: OT Windows Question

01-30-2007 07:57 PM in reply to: *Rick Lincoln
You speaking to this James or the other James? Cause this James agrees #3
covers us.

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Murph
The world is not FLAT so why is your GIS data?
http://mappingitout.blogspot.com/

"Don Reichle" wrote in message
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Manager as defined by dictionary.com:
http://tinyurl.com/2er2zh

I'm thinking definition number three may cover this group James? ;-)

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Don Reichle
"The only thing worse than training your staff, and having them leave is -
not training your staff, and having them stay." :-o
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"James Maeding" wrote in message
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dang, bunch of hackers this group is :smileyhappy:

Rick Lincoln
|>I did a bad thing at home. I have forgotten my password to an
adminsitrative
|>account (Windows XP Pro SP2). I've been changing it regularly and writing
it
|>down on a piece of paper that I keep in my wallet. I got distracted
|>yesterday morning and didn't get 'er done. I know the consequences to us
|>novice users. I stand to lose everything once I reinstall the OS.
|>
|>Is there a hack, a special contact, anything or anybody I can talk to to
get
|>me around the unknown admin password.
James Maeding
Civil Engineer and Programmer
jmaeding - athunsaker - com
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peter.ashby
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Registered: ‎05-25-2004
Message 12 of 23 (129 Views)

Re: OT Windows Question

01-31-2007 03:07 AM in reply to: *Rick Lincoln
I like no. 3 also - theough it seems a bit limiting - I would have thought the addition of any way that works might cover it. I am having issues retrieving scans from a Xerox scanner at the moment, nobody seems to think its their problem - IT say its the siftware, software support says its our network or setup, me I found that I can access the scanned hard drive using internet explorer and the ftp:// then the ip address of the scanner and its directory and then save using save target as- and its quicker than the supplied software. I have passed this to my other users with the same problem (about 3 out of 15 users) so until IT and software support figure whose problem it is we can all get to the images scanned - CAD managed :-)
*melanie stone
Message 13 of 23 (129 Views)

Re: OT Windows Question

01-31-2007 05:33 AM in reply to: *Rick Lincoln
~reading~

just trying to make sure I wasn't the one who wrote this, cause boy does it
sound familiar. :-) only mine's an hp.

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Melanie Perry
***not all who wander are lost***
http://mistressofthedorkness.blogspot.com/

wrote in message news:5469769@discussion.autodesk.com...
I like no. 3 also - theough it seems a bit limiting - I would have thought
the addition of any way that works might cover it. I am having issues
retrieving scans from a Xerox scanner at the moment, nobody seems to think
its their problem - IT say its the siftware, software support says its our
network or setup, me I found that I can access the scanned hard drive using
internet explorer and the ftp:// then the ip address of the scanner and its
directory and then save using save target as- and its quicker than the
supplied software. I have passed this to my other users with the same
problem (about 3 out of 15 users) so until IT and software support figure
whose problem it is we can all get to the images scanned - CAD managed :-)
Distinguished Contributor
peter.ashby
Posts: 907
Registered: ‎05-25-2004
Message 14 of 23 (129 Views)

Re: OT Windows Question

01-31-2007 08:22 AM in reply to: *Rick Lincoln
Ok I found this one - not my IT- it was the anti virus - I have now added an exception so that it ignores calls from the xerox software when blocking ftp incoming and outgoing. I have informed my IT and they will be spawning that one out to everyone in the next anti virus update - Gah IT Hmmpf
internet explorer worked as that was on the exception list.
*James Maeding
Message 15 of 23 (129 Views)

Re: OT Windows Question

01-31-2007 02:13 PM in reply to: *Rick Lincoln
by the way, that was a compliment!

James Maeding
|>dang, bunch of hackers this group is :smileyhappy:
|>
|>Rick Lincoln
|>|>I did a bad thing at home. I have forgotten my password to an adminsitrative
|>|>account (Windows XP Pro SP2). I've been changing it regularly and writing it
|>|>down on a piece of paper that I keep in my wallet. I got distracted
|>|>yesterday morning and didn't get 'er done. I know the consequences to us
|>|>novice users. I stand to lose everything once I reinstall the OS.
|>|>
|>|>Is there a hack, a special contact, anything or anybody I can talk to to get
|>|>me around the unknown admin password.
|>James Maeding
|>Civil Engineer and Programmer
|>jmaeding - athunsaker - com
James Maeding
Civil Engineer and Programmer
jmaeding - athunsaker - com
*Don Reichle
Message 16 of 23 (129 Views)

Re: OT Windows Question

01-31-2007 04:26 PM in reply to: *Rick Lincoln
The Mr. Maeding is the "James" I "thought" I was addressing. :-o

I can see what might have easily caused your reaction though.

Sorry for leaving the specificity out of my post. :-(

--
Don Reichle
"The only thing worse than training your staff, and having them leave is -
not training your staff, and having them stay." :-o
A reminder taken from Graphics Solution Providers' Calendar page
--------------------------------------------------------------------
!! Please discuss whatever we tell you with your SysMgr !!
!! They appreciate staying in the loop :-) !!

CivilSeries-2K4
Intel Xeon 3.2GHz 2GB RAM
XPPro 32bit SP2
Nvidia Quadro NVS 285 256MB

"The only Constant is Change".


"James Murphy" wrote in message
news:5469641@discussion.autodesk.com...
You speaking to this James or the other James? Cause this James agrees #3
covers us.

--

Murph
The world is not FLAT so why is your GIS data?
http://mappingitout.blogspot.com/

"Don Reichle" wrote in message
news:5469456@discussion.autodesk.com...
Manager as defined by dictionary.com:
http://tinyurl.com/2er2zh

I'm thinking definition number three may cover this group James? ;-)

--
Don Reichle
"The only thing worse than training your staff, and having them leave is -
not training your staff, and having them stay." :-o
A reminder taken from Graphics Solution Providers' Calendar page
--------------------------------------------------------------------
!! Please discuss whatever we tell you with your SysMgr !!
!! They appreciate staying in the loop :-) !!

CivilSeries-2K4
Intel Xeon 3.2GHz 2GB RAM
XPPro 32bit SP2
Nvidia Quadro NVS 285 256MB

"The only Constant is Change".


"James Maeding" wrote in message
news:5468870@discussion.autodesk.com...
dang, bunch of hackers this group is :smileyhappy:

Rick Lincoln
|>I did a bad thing at home. I have forgotten my password to an
adminsitrative
|>account (Windows XP Pro SP2). I've been changing it regularly and writing
it
|>down on a piece of paper that I keep in my wallet. I got distracted
|>yesterday morning and didn't get 'er done. I know the consequences to us
|>novice users. I stand to lose everything once I reinstall the OS.
|>
|>Is there a hack, a special contact, anything or anybody I can talk to to
get
|>me around the unknown admin password.
James Maeding
Civil Engineer and Programmer
jmaeding - athunsaker - com
Contributor
Rick Lincoln
Posts: 12
Registered: ‎06-19-2006
Message 17 of 23 (129 Views)

Re: OT Windows Question

02-01-2007 08:12 AM in reply to: *Rick Lincoln
Tried to create the reset disk. Got as far as trying to put a blank, formatted floppy in my non-existent floppy disk drive.

DOH!!!

Rick
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Rick Lincoln
Posts: 12
Registered: ‎06-19-2006
Message 18 of 23 (129 Views)

Re: OT Windows Question

02-01-2007 08:23 AM in reply to: *Rick Lincoln
Well, Thank you! I took it as such. I'm honored to be part of the former hacker virgins. Is this an elite group, any initiations? Please, no hazing. I have to keep my dignity in check.

Rick
*David Plotts
Message 19 of 23 (129 Views)

Re: OT Windows Question

02-01-2007 10:39 AM in reply to: *Rick Lincoln
Every computer I build still has a floppy drive, they are around $10 and
only get used for this type of diagnostic work.

wrote in message news:5471582@discussion.autodesk.com...
Tried to create the reset disk. Got as far as trying to put a blank,
formatted floppy in my non-existent floppy disk drive.

DOH!!!

Rick
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Rick Lincoln
Posts: 12
Registered: ‎06-19-2006
Message 20 of 23 (129 Views)

Re: OT Windows Question

02-01-2007 11:24 AM in reply to: *Rick Lincoln
I normally do to. I was on the "floppies are old technology" band wagon when I bought it. I've been cussing the decision about once every two or three months when I could use one. I suppose I could just install one.

I spec one in all my computers nowadays.

Rick
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