I didn’t have this issue until I patched my installation with the latest updates.
You need to set the user to SYSTEM for your tasks, set privileges to highest, and then create the Desktop directory in the SYSTEM’s profile directory. The following directories need to be created:
Make sure the directories are created under the Administrator account. I also read this problem exists under Windows 2008 Server, but I have yet to encounter this issue in that environment.
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If needed, install 7zip
sudo apt-get install p7zip-full
Next, run the following command to encrypt and zip up files
7za a -tzip -pMY_SECRET -mem=AES256 secure.zip blah.pdf abcd.doc
Start -> Run -> gpedit.msc -> User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Windows Update.
There, you will find an option called “Do not adjust default option” to ‘Install Updates And Shut Down’ in Shut Down Windows dialog box.
A step by step guide to creating a bootable USB drive with WinPE 5. Useful for recovery or just booting outside of the main Windows environment.
PDF_Version of Guide just in case the page disappears.
memcached.exe -d install
then start it
memcached.exe -d start
To check server status, use telnet client.
telnet localhost 11211
I’ve found the easiest way to backup Firefox and Thunderbird is through the use of AutoIt scripts and Mozbackup. After installing the programs, do the following:
Add the mozbackup installation directory to your system Path variable. This is so mozbackup can run from the command line in any directory.
Create your mozbackup profile files. They may look similar to this:
output=X:\Alexs_Email_BAK\<application> <version> - <year>-<month>-<day>.pcv
Create your auto it scripts. They may look similar to this:
If ProcessExists("thunderbird.exe") Then ; Check if the thunderbird process is running.
Local $iPid = ProcessExists("thunderbird.exe")
if ProcessExists("thunderbird.exe") = False Then
Compile your autoit scripts into executables and add them to your task scheduler.