Not really. The system being turned on will only show in the security log as a SYSTEM account login event, IF the machine is configured to log these events. Shutdown may or may not show up, but usually doesn't. Again, it depends on what is being logged.
There really isn't any 100% foolproof way to get what you want unless you specifically setup group policy in an ActiveDirectory environment to log all this stuff.
Since VOIP is prohibited within some area, broadband internet ISPs block VOIP ports or drop VOIP signal and voice packets,so i want to wrapp the VoIP trffic into a package which can not be detected by ISP.
So can any one please help what should i do for wrapping?
Which technology should I use?(may be SSL Tunneling or any other?)
Please help me.
thanx in advance
Note:May be this is not the right forum,but i dont know which technology or programing lang i should use)
Well, you have a problem. You need your wrapper installed on both clients. You can't just wrap it on your end and expect the receiver to know what to do with the packet. Also, you can't write this in C# since it's going to be a driver you install into the network stack. You have to use C++ to do this.
I am trying to create a small utility which can block folders from direct access. For this purpose, I have a textbox in my form and a two buttons namely: browse and apply.
Now, whenever the user clicks on browse, the Open file dialog box appears and whatever folder has been selected by the user is displayed in the textbox.
Now, comes the major problem. In order to block the particular folder selected by the user, I have to generate two batch files (files with .bat extension) on the location of the folder, that has to be locked. Like if the folder to be blocked is in this 'C:\\myfolder\\subfolder\\lockfolder' location, where lockfolder is the particular folder which I have to lock, then in that case, I have to generate a batch file in 'C:\\my folder\\subfolder\' that will lock the folder 'lockfolder'.
Any Idea how to do that..... please recommend.
Sorry for my poor english,
Cheers to you,
I'm getting very suspicious about what you're trying to do.
I would suggest that people here stop helping you until answer the question I asked in my last post to you[^].
Dave BTW, in software, hope and pray is not a viable strategy. (Luc Pattyn) Visual Basic is not used by normal people so we're not covering it here. (Uncyclopedia) Why are you using VB6? Do you hate yourself? (Christian Graus)
Which row is missing? Is it the first one? If it is then you will notice that it is being used as the column titles. Use strCnn += ";Extended Properties=\"Excel 8.0;HDR=No;\""; to stop using the first row as the column headers, the default is HDR=Yes.
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