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    All of the links are working for me. I'm not sure why it isn't for you guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xmalachi View Post
    All of the links are working for me. I'm not sure why it isn't for you guys.
    I get a 404 whenever I click on "Members-only Printer-friendly version" the only one working is "Managing Groups" but I just went ahead and printed the others not really a big deal just a waste of ink
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    Quote Originally Posted by levar View Post
    I get a 404 whenever I click on "Members-only Printer-friendly version" the only one working is "Managing Groups" but I just went ahead and printed the others not really a big deal just a waste of ink
    All of the printer-friendly links are working for me too.
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    Just reading through the Remote dekstop one. I could be wrong here, but I thought remote desktop was enabled by default. I'll have to check when I get home tonight.
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    All of the printer-friendly links are working for me too.
    Previously the printer friendly links weren't working. I made the mistake of thinking that he was just talking about the links to the Notes. They are working now though

    Quote Originally Posted by Devilsbane View Post
    Just reading through the Remote dekstop one. I could be wrong here, but I thought remote desktop was enabled by default. I'll have to check when I get home tonight.
    Enable or disable Remote Desktop: Terminal Services Client (Remote Desktop)

    It is disabled by default. Towards the bottom of this article it states that.
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    If Technet says it, it must be true.

    Thanks for the link
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    Default Hi everyone....



    Could anyone plz explain what'z the difference between the NTFS PERMISSIONS: Read and List Folder Contents. They sort of basically have the same function..... do they!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by asinghlibran View Post


    Could anyone plz explain what'z the difference between the NTFS PERMISSIONS: Read and List Folder Contents. They sort of basically have the same function..... do they!!!!
    Not exactly
    READ
    Read permission allows a user to read the files, list the contents of folders, subfolders and volumes, and read the attributes, permissions and ownership. A user with only Read permission will not able to change the contents of the file or folder
    LIST CONTENTS
    List Contents permission applies to folders only. It allows user to read files and list the contents of folders and volumes. Users with this permissions can see the files and folders, but cannot read or modify them nor can the create new files and folders
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    Default hi to all

    I’m starting to study by myself mcsa by downloading notes buy books etc. Then next year, I am planning to go to a private school. Any one can give any suggestion which books are the best please.


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    MSpress books are good. The self study kit is pretty good too.
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    Thumbs up Thank You

    Thank You for the technotes for 290 plan on testing in the next month
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    Thanks for the tech notes. This will help immensely.
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