I know you can do it with XP, I don't have 2k. But leaving this open is a HUGE security hole and I would definitely recommend NOT doing so.
If you still want to do it check if regedit has a Connect Network Registry option under the File menu. If that appears, but does not work your going to have to go through your Local Security Policy, or Domain Security Policy if your on a Domain and allow it
Matt Newman I am the anti-linux
"If you're Master Chief and you're facing the Flood, grab a shotgun and save the last checkpoint" - Me, cause I was bored
I was just wondering if anyone knows if Win2K supports anti-alias fonts or smooth fonts?
In WinXP it's supported via teh Clear-Type option but I can't seem to find anything similar in Win2K. I'm using an app called IntelliJ which does support smooth fonths in the application but I want to have it enabled in the general Windows GUI like WinXP.
In Display Properties, go to the Effects tab and check 'Smooth edges of screen fonts'. This only works at certain font sizes - typically above 12pt and below 6pt for most fonts. It's done by using grey pixels around the edges.
I usually turn this setting on because it looks nicer at larger sizes, IMO.
I'm starting to look at Windows 2003 for some things here in the office. One thing I tend to do is rebuild a set of servers often because users have a tendency to trash them (frone end data prcoessing engines). Right now, I just re-ghost the server back to a clean state and all is usually well. Has anyone tried using Ghost on Windows 2003 at all?
I'm a student and in this semester i have to Research on "Security In Operating Systems".
Could any one show me article(s) for this topic.? I want to know all different aspects of security that are necessary for a good operating system such as :
security in network services
security aspects of network-based servers
security in file system of operating system
security memeory management
I would suggest Goggle as a starting point ... Stuff like security is constantly changing with new Operating systems and such .. You can always do a search on security in Google and probably get a mess of hits .
hi all, not sure if i'm posting this in the right discussion board. but getting every eager to finish off my project. my new you-beaut program is ready to roll except for one thing, the program on the USB drive must autorun once it is connected..
I've been doing a bit of research on making my USB drive to autorun. Based on what i've gathered, "the device must not be marked as a removable media device" - microsoft
would anybody know how to achieve this??
(i've considered writing a hook application to handle the autorun side of things. but i would consider this as the very last option)
You can run the personal version of SQL or Developer version . If you want to run the Enterprise version you would need a server OS .. Which can be Windows 2000 Server MUCH cheaper than Advanced server .
You only would need Advanced Server if you were Clustering ...