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    Power out amplification has nothing to do with...

    Power out amplification has nothing to do with sensitivity but that is definitely a quality wireless client card.
  2. Thread: Back up

    by kwebb
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    If you don't have a backup utility in your start...

    If you don't have a backup utility in your start menu and you haven't located one browsing in explorer, it's likely handled by the built in BU utility.

    Start, then run. then type ntbackup and hit...
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    XP home and pro zero configuration utility is the...

    XP home and pro zero configuration utility is the same tool.
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    Two things come to mind. You don't have the...

    Two things come to mind.

    You don't have the daemon's setup or properly configured on the host box.
    Or you have a firewall in place blocking those ports.
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    A mile isn't a really big deal if you know what...

    A mile isn't a really big deal if you know what your doing. You definitely do NOT need to amplify anything for a one mile shot. You simply need line of site, the right hardware and some working...
  6. Thread: IIS FTP server

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    IIS FTP is about as vanilla as you can get. ...

    IIS FTP is about as vanilla as you can get. There might be a third party FTP server out there that can use an SMTP server to send an email for that. I doubt it but it's possible. Personally I...
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    Actually NTFS is very significant, IF you want to...

    Actually NTFS is very significant, IF you want to setup shares correctly on NTFS partitions. The recommended/preferred method to setup shared resources on NTFS partitions is to leave the share...
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    So your logging in locally to the machine that...

    So your logging in locally to the machine that your mapping from? Creating a user doesn't mean much if your not logged onto the machine with that username. Also, I'd leave the everyone share...
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    Part of the native OS. MUCH better mouse...

    Part of the native OS. MUCH better mouse response. Cleaner interface (windows). I can't imagine anyone preferring a VNC, or any other TS client over RD. Maybe if you have a security issue with a...
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    You think VNC works better than Remote Desktop? ...

    You think VNC works better than Remote Desktop? Am I understanding you correctly?
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