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Delete Windows Admin Shares C$, D$

This will only work with XP and 2000 or NT!

For Security to delete the hidden shares in windows xp home or professional.
Open the registry editor(regedit) go to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM| CurrentControlSet| Services lanmanserver| parameters

ADD:
For Workstation: REG_DWORD value AutoShareWks=”0″
For Server: REG_DWORD value AutoShareServer=”0″

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Windows XP: Reinstall Windows Movie Maker

Click Start , click Run , and then type the following command:
%systemroot%inf

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Load the Full Windows XP Kernel Into Memory

Before doing this recommended amount of RAM 1GB or more, this tweak will tell windows to load the full kernel to RAM instead of Half RAM and Page File.

FYI: Do a backup of your registry before modifying, if you don’t like this mod you can always restore from your backup.

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Firewalls What Are They About?

Firewalls

Today networking can go two ways in business. Either people talking to each other or to have computers communicate with each other. It the Information Technology area mostly involves around having computers to talk to each other. For example, during a party everyone is communicating with each other and people seems tend to gather in small groups. It is similar to with computers, a party which translates to a LAN or Local Area Network is a grouping of computers. Every computer on the internet which is a larger party is connected to smaller groups of computers called a LAN.

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Wireless Technology is becoming more and more popular in today?s market. There are a few concerns to know before you setup a wireless network. What is it and how does it work? How is the technology being utilized? What are the advantages and disadvantages? Is this technology too new to be implemented for corporate use? Where is the technology going? What is the regulations governing this technology? Lastly, what are the health concerns if any? [continue reading…]

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