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November 2006

Microsoft has released a new version of the Remote Desktop Client that is compatible with some of the new features of Vista. It is available for Windows XP, and 2003. Some of the new features: · Network Level Authentication· Server Authentication· Plug and Play redirection· TS Gateway support· Monitor Spanning· 32-bit color and font smoothing […]


Printer cartridges have become a huge profit source for many companies. This is why they try so hard to keep you from buying third party ink. Printer manufacturer’s have resorted to changing the container shape each time they release a new printer – to stay one step ahead of the price cutting ink vendors. They […]

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Google has closed their “Google Answers” program. It allowed people to submit questions for a fee, and qualified experts could answer them. The service was created to rival a similar site created by Yahoo, and was one of the first non search projects for Google. Google says that they will stop accepting questions later this […]


At the TechEd IT Forum in spain the Microsoft Senior Vice President Bob Muglia revealed to ZDNET that the next version of Windows Server (LongHorn 2007) will be the last 32 bit server operating system released by windows He said, “We will ship ‘Longhorn’ in the second half of next year, and we will ship […]


Not sure if you have been following the saga of this amazing looking keyboard: A Russian design company (Art. Lebedev Studio) developed this concept. The keys in the keyboard are individual OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes) that can be programmed to display any type of graphic or text. They had numerous concept pictures on their […]


Microsoft and Dell partnered up to create a custom PC in celebration for Microsoft releasing Vista. I picked up these pictures from the Vista Team website over at MS Here are the specs for the system: – Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 Processor– 512MB NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GTX– 4GB RAM Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM @ […]


It is getting close to Thanksgiving here in the USA, so things have gotten quiet at IntelliAdmin. This is a perfect time to catch up on fun things at home. I have had a Windows Media Center machine for almost a year now and I just now have had time to start playing with it. […]


Microsoft has released advisory 928604. Since releasing patch MS06-070 last tuesday they have started to see proof of concept attack code that is available in the wild. If you have an Internet facing Windows 2000 machine, you need to get this patch installed as soon as possible. Unpatched machine could be easily be comprised using […]


Here is an interesting feature that is hidden within Vista. By creating this registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\DWM And then create the value: AnimationsShiftKey (DWORD) and setting it to 1 You can slow down windows animations by pressing the shift key. This is the the animation you see when minimizing, maximizing or closing the window. This only […]


Microsoft plans to ship the new Longhorn server and Vista Service Pack 1 at the same time next year. Microsoft plans to release one more CTP (Community Technology Preview) of longhorn later this year, one in early 2007, and a final Beta 3 in the middle of 2007. Rumors that the new server would be […]


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