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Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Network -> QOS Packet Scheduler -> Limit Reservable Bandwidth Double click on Limit Reservable bandwidth. Windows will say it is not configured, but the real status is shown under the 'Explain' tab: "By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default." Now, just enable reservable bandwidth, then set it to ZERO. That's it! This modification will not allow to Microsoft to reserve 20% of your internet speed for their purposes. Changing of this parameter to ZERO will not change windows performance; just will increase your internet speed and bandwidth." /> compWizards

Nov 2, 2009

Configuring Outlook 2007 for Gmail POP3 Access




In this post we are going to demonistrate how you can configure outlook 2007 for Gmail POP3

To configure outlook 2007 follow the following steps
  1. In the Outlook main menu, click Tools, then Account Settings. This opens the Account Settings dialog box.
  2. Click New to launch the Add New E-mail Account wizard.
  3. On the Choose E-mail Service screen, select Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP, then click Next.

    Enter your Gmail account information here for Outlook 2007.

  4. On the Auto Account Setup screen, enter your name (as you want it to appear in the From field of messages) into the Your Name field.
  5. Enter your full Gmail email address, which is your username followed by "@gmail.com", in the E-mail Address field.
  6. Enter your Gmail password in the Password field.
  7. Enter your Gmail password again in the Retype Password field, then click Next.
  8. Outlook connects to the Gmail servers, and assuming you entered your account information correctly, after a moment it displays the Congratulations! screen.
  9. Click Finish. Your Gmail account is configured.

Now you are ready to go...
Use the CTRL-1 keyboard shortcut to go to the Mail view.

Configuring Outlook 2003 or XP for Gmail POP3 Access


In this post we are going to demonstrate how you can configure your outlook 2003 for Gmail pop3.

step 1
To start off start the microsoft outlook application...

note
You must have an existing gmail account or create one here

step 2
from the main Outlook window, go to Tools -> Email Accounts... as shown bellow


step 3
On the Outlook popup window, select "Add a new e-mail account" option buttton and click on Next.


step 4
On the server type step, select POP3 for the Outlook email account type, then click on Next. There is no need to select the IMAP type, because the Gmail web based account will anyway keep a copy of all emails, just like an IMAP account would do.

Enter your Gmail account information here for Outlook 2003.

step 5
Enter your name as you want it to be appear on the "From field of messages" into the name field.

Step 6
Enter your full Gmail email address, which is your username followed by "@gmail.com", in the E-mail Address field.

Step 7
Enter your Gmail username in the User Name field.

Step 8
If you want to be logged in automatically each time you click send/receive, check the remember password checkbox. But you can leave it blank so that you can be prompted to enter your password each time you start outlook.
But i would prefer you don enter your password at this point.

Step 9
Enter "pop.gmail.com" in the Incoming mail server (POP3) field.

Step 10
Enter "smtp.gmail.com" in the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) field.

Step 11
Click More Settings to open the Internet E-mail Settings dialog box.

Step 12
Click the Outgoing Server tab and check "My outgoing server requires authentication" check box, also Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server.

Step 13
Click the Advanced tab and Under Incoming server (POP3), set This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL) check box.
Under Outgoing server (SMTP), set the This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL) check box.

Step 14
Change the number in the Outgoing server (SMTP) field to 465, then click OK.

Step 15
Click Test Account Settings. After a moment you should see a message that says all tests were completed successfully. If not, go back to the start of this procedure and check your work over...

Step 16
Once you see the success message, click Next then Finish.

Now you are ready to go...
Now you can use the CTRL-1 keyboard shortcut to go to the Mail view.

Next press F9 to send and receive all mails from your gmail account depending with the settings in your gmail. If your emails are downloaded then that will show that you were able to successfully configure Gmail for Outlook.

increasing your internet speeds


We have detected another useful way of increasing your internet speeds. This tip helps windows users to increase their internet speed or bandwidth by 20%. If you don’t know, by default, windows use 20% of your bandwidth. Microsoft reserves this 20% for their purposes (suspect for updates, report error or other similar things). With a little modification of specific windows function, you can back this 20% for you own use and increase your internet speed for 20%.

Instructions for increasing internet speed for 20%:



Click: Start --> Run -->type "gpedit.msc" without the quotes. This will open the group policy editor. Choose from menu: Local Computer Policy -> Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Network -> QOS Packet Scheduler -> Limit Reservable Bandwidth
Double click on Limit Reservable bandwidth. Windows will say it is not configured, but the real status is shown under the 'Explain' tab: "By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default."
Now, just enable reservable bandwidth, then set it to ZERO.
That's it!

This modification will not allow to Microsoft to reserve 20% of your internet speed for their purposes. Changing of this parameter to ZERO will not change windows performance; just will increase your internet speed and bandwidth.

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using remote assistance to get help

Remote Assistance provides a way for you to get the help you need when you run into problems with your computer. If you're an experienced user, you can even be the one to use Remote Assistance to directly help your friends and family members.

There are three ways to use Remote Assistance, described in the articles in this section. The fastest is via instant messaging using Windows Messenger, described in the first article to the right. You can also initiate Remote Assistance sessions via e–mail, as described in the second article. If you use a Web–based e–mail service, such as MSN® Hotmail®, you can fill out a form and save it as a file to attach to an e–mail, described in the third article.

To use Remote Assistance, you will need:


Two computers running Microsoft Windows XP Professional or Windows XP Home Edition. The computer receiving assistance and the computer providing assistance must both run Windows XP.


Both computers must be connected via a network or the Internet.


Windows Messenger must be installed on both computers.

Start a Remote Assistance Session from Windows Messenger


Use Remote Assistance via Instant Messaging
Published: August 24, 2001

For this scenario, assume you are seeking help from a friend. To send a Remote Assistance request via instant messaging:

1.
Start Windows Messenger and sign in.

2.
In your list of contacts, select a person to ask for help. You will send an invitation to this person, asking them to start Remote Assistance and provide you with help. He or she must be online.

3.
Click Tools, click Ask for Remote Assistance, and chooses the e-mail address for a contact, as shown in Figure 1 below.

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If you are already exchanging messages in the Conversation window, click the Invite button, point to To Start Remote Assistance, and then click the contact you want to invite.

Figure 1. Starting Remote Assistance with Windows Messenger


If your friend accepts the invitation and starts to take control of your computer, you will see a dialog box asking you to confirm permission. Click Yes if you want to continue.

Note: Although you relinquish control of your computer temporarily, you retain control over the Remote Assistance session itself. You can end the session immediately by clicking the Stop Control button (or pressing the ESC key).

Your expert coworker receives the invitation as an instant message and performs the following steps to accept, take control of your computer, and begin helping:

1.
Click Accept in the instant message.

2.
A dialog box will ask for the password to initiate the Remote Assistance session.

3.
Enter the password and click Yes. When the remote connection is established, the Remote Assistance session will open as shown in Figure 2 below.

Figure 2. The expert's view of Remote Assistance

1.
Click the Show Chat button in the top left corner of the screen.

Note: When the Remote Assistance session opens, you will see two Start menu buttons. The outside Start button controls your computer, the inside Start button controls the computer that you are assisting.

2.
Click the Take Control button. This button is located just above the taskbar. At this point, the person who sent the invitation must confirm permission for you to take control.

After you take control, you can work on the remote computer, using the mouse and keyboard as normal, to help the other person.

Start a Remote Assistance Session with E-Mail


Use Remote Assistance via E-Mail

This section explains initiating Remote Assistance via e–mail to a corporate Helpdesk, although you can also send a Remote Assistance request via e–mail to a friend, colleague, or support professional.

To initiate Remote Assistance via e–mail

1.
Click Start, and then click Help and Support to open the Help and Support Services page.

2.
Click Invite a friend to connect to your computer with Remote Assistance. This is located under the Ask for assistance heading. The opening page of the Remote Assistance wizard appears.

3.
Click Invite someone to help you, and then enter the e–mail address of the friend, coworker, or support professional. Click Continue. The E–mail an invitation page appears.

4.
Enter your name, and then type a message summarizing your problem. Click Continue. Set an expiration time for the session, and specify a password.

5.
Click Send Invitation, as shown below.


Note: You must relay the password to your friend, coworker, or support professional in a separate communication such as a phone call or e–mail.

The wizard confirms that the invitation was sent successfully.

Your friend, coworker, or support professional can then accept the invitation and intiate Remote Assistance as in the previous methods.

To accept the e–mail invitation and initiate Remote Assistance via e–mail

1.
Open the e–mail message and the attached file. Enter the password in the dialog box. Click Yes.


2.
When the Remote Assistance screen opens showing the remote desktop, click Take Control. At this point, the person who sent the invitation must confirm permission for you to take control.

Start a Remote Assistance Session by Sending a File


Use Remote Assistance via Sending a File

If you use Web-based e-mail such as Hotmail or other similar services, you can use Remote Assistance by saving your request as a file and attaching it to an e-mail.

To invite a coworker to help you via Remote Assistance

1.
Click Start, click Help and Support, and then click Invite a friend to connect to your computer with Remote Assistance. This is located under the Ask for assistance heading.

2.
Click Invite someone to help you, and then select Save Invitation as a file.

3.
Enter your name, and then choose a time on the Set the Invitation to Expire drop down box, (the default is 1 hour). Click Continue.

4.
Type in a password and then click Save Invitation. The Save File dialog box appears. Save the file in the My Documents folder as shown below.

5.
Open the My Documents folder, select the invitation file, and then click E-mail this file.

6.
Enter the address of your coworker and send the e-mail. Your coworker will receive an e-mail message like that shown below.

7.
After sending the e-mail, you will need to inform your coworker of the password. You can do this in a separate e-mail, over the telephone, or any way that is convenient and secure.

Your coworker can follow these steps to accept your invitation and start helping you.

To accept a Remote Assistance invitation

1.
Open the e-mail message, and then open the attached Remote Assistance Invitation file. The Remote Assistance Invitation box appears as shown below.


2.


Enter the password and click Yes.

3.
The Attempting to Start Remote Assistance Session box appears. You can begin Remote Assistance as explained in the previous section, Using Remote Assistance Via Instant Messaging.
Sending a file

During a Remote Assistance session, you can send files from your computer to the remote computer. For example, you may send a file that is needed to fix a problem on the remote computer. This requires action by both parties, the helper who sends the file and the requestor who must accept it and save it.

To send a file when helping someone via Remote Assistance

1.
In the chat dialog box, click Send a File, and then type the file path or click Browse as shown below.

2.
Select the file and click Send File.

To receive and save a file from someone who is helping you via Remote Assistance

1.
When you receive notification that someone is sending you a file, click Save as, as shown below.

Choose a folder in which to save the file. Note that you can also decline to receive the file by clicking Cancel.

shuting down your pc over the LAN


This post is designed to teach you how to shut down your pc (personal computer) over the local area network.
If you computer is connected to a local area network you can easily switch it over over the LAN. This is pretty useful if you want to stay logged onto you account for a longer time...

Follow the following steps to shut down your pc over the lan.

step 1
Right click on your desktop and create a new shortcut.

step 2
Type shutdown.exe -i

step 3
Click next, type in name for your short-cut e.g. shutdown computers

step 4
Click finish.

step 5
Run the short-cut you just created. Now you can browse the network for computers to shutdown/reboot etc. or just type in the IP/Name of the computer.


You can even broadcast a message, and schedule the shutdown.

This is a Cool way for sysadmins.

NOTE: You will only be able to shut down computers that you have admin access on!

Using net send on Windows XP Service Pack 2

symtoms
After you install Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) on your computer, you may not be able to send or to receive messages by using the Windows operating system NET SEND command. You may notice this problem in one or in all the following scenarios:
  • When you use the NET SEND notification method to notify a SQL Server operator about the events that have occurred on the instance of SQL Server.
  • When you run the NET SEND command by using the xp_cmdshell extended system stored procedure to send a message to a user or to a computer on the network.
Additionally, you may receive the following error message when you try to send a message by using the NET SEND command:
An error occurred while sending a message to "Computer Name".
The message alias could not be found on the network.
More help is available by typing NET HELPMSG 2273.
This problem occurs when one of the following conditions is true:
  • The source computer is running Microsoft Windows XP SP2.
  • The destination computer is running Microsoft Windows XP SP2.
As a result, the destination computer does not receive the messages that are sent by the NET SEND command. possible causes This problem occurs because the Messenger service is disabled. The messenger service must run on the destination computer to enable the NET SEND command. By default, the Messenger service is disabled on computers that are running Microsoft Windows XP SP2. solving To work around this problem, change the Startup type of the Messenger service to Automatic, and then start the Messenger service. To do this, follow these steps:
  1. Open Windows Explorer.
  2. In the left pane, right-click My Computer, and then click Manage.
  3. In the Computer Management window, expand Services and Applications in the left pane, and then click Services.
  4. In the right pane, double-click Messenger.
  5. In the Messenger Properties (Local Computer) dialog box, click the General tab.
  6. On the General tab, select Automatic from the Startup type list, and then click Apply.
  7. Under Service status, click Start, and then click OK.
status This behavior is by design. More Informaiton You can use an alternative method such as sending an e-mail message to communicate with Windows users or with computers instead of using the NET SEND command. Caution Do not enable the Messenger service if your computer is connected to the Internet. Get visual basic tutorials on www.vbasic.6te.net

Oct 22, 2009

Starting and using hyperterminal

HyperTerminal is included with Windows 95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP computers. To start a HyperTerminal session click on START point to Programs > Accessories --> Communications --> HyperTerminal.

Note: The sample screen snapshots are from a Windows 2000 computer. Screens may vary slightly on other versions of Windows.



You will then be prompted to name the HyperTerminal session and select an icon for the session. The figure bellow shows an example session named Spectracom.



On the Connect To screen skip past the Country/region, Area code and Phone number configuration selections. In the Connect using box select the desired RS-232 port, COM 1, COM 2, etc. as shown in Figure 3. Click on the OK box to continue.



Next you will be prompted to enter the port properties. Select 9600 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit and XON/XOFF flow control as shown below. Click on the OK box to continue. The HyperTerminal Session is now ready for use.

Note: When exiting HyperTerminal you will be given the option to save the session. Select yes to save for future use.



Thats just it. You have set up a hyperterminal connection...
Enjoy

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