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  1. Thread: How to 'share' read-only copy of wookbook? by fatkatie
    Forum: Microsoft Office and 365
    Replies 1 Views 391

    How to 'share' read-only copy of wookbook?

    How do you 'share' a read-only copy workbook in Office 365 subscription?

    We all have a copy of 365 and have downloaded the programs (excel, word...) to our office boxes.

    User Authorworkbook is...
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    Task View turn desktop icon shadows back on. Is there a fix?

    After months of success... no headaches, the icon shadow is back thanks to Task View.

    Simple fix is don't use Task View.

    Is there a fix for this? I've done the below (shadow is even set to...
  3. Replies 2 Views 693

    switch users; how to tell others currently in background?

    Given 'fast user switching' how can an active user check for any active background account/activity?

    Fred is on and goes to lunch. He doesn't log out.

    John pops in and switches to his account...
  4. Thread: removing shadowing on local accounts. by fatkatie
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 10 Views 1,187

    I'm not confident and won't clutter bug reports...

    I'm not confident and won't clutter bug reports yet. Maybe later when I have more stick time. But thanks for the suggestion.

    Rights and privileges 101 link anyone?
  5. Thread: removing shadowing on local accounts. by fatkatie
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 10 Views 1,187

    Before I saw your post I did this (which fixed...

    Before I saw your post I did this (which fixed it).

    The "fix".

    I logged as admin, changed the account type of A (the local account I couldn't clear the shadowing) to admin and rebooted.

    I...
  6. Thread: removing shadowing on local accounts. by fatkatie
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 10 Views 1,187

    Additional. There must be something else going...

    Additional. There must be something else going on here. When I remove all the nonsense from start (uninstall, unpin ...) it all shows up again when the local user login cycles. But maybe this is...
  7. Thread: removing shadowing on local accounts. by fatkatie
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 10 Views 1,187

    The link reflects basically what I did. It...

    The link reflects basically what I did. It doesn't mention the user status and since there is also no mention of a login I assume this guy is an admin type.

    After deselecting the appropriate...
  8. Thread: removing shadowing on local accounts. by fatkatie
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 10 Views 1,187

    removing shadowing on local accounts.

    I've read a few posts here on removing desktop text shadowing but I don't seem to be able to nix it on local accounts. No problem with the admin accounts.

    When I access "Advanced system...
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    How can cmd script check for powershell environment?

    I can execute script abc.cmd in either a command prompt or powershell environment/window.

    Can it determine the environment in which it runs?

    Powershell 5, W10Pro64, 1803

    Thank you and a...
  10. Replies 3 Views 460

    That simple! Thank you dalchina.

    That simple! Thank you dalchina.
  11. Replies 9 Views 2,782

    This just dawned on me. If I'm to rely on...

    This just dawned on me. If I'm to rely on something I would like to know what I have. Is there a way to query the status of a command environment within a batch. It would look something like this:...
  12. Replies 9 Views 2,782

    I'll give it a shot. More settings... I had a...

    I'll give it a shot. More settings...
    I had a work around, not a guarantee, as in: cmd /c batch. After the shell terminates there's nothing left of the shell's
    history.
    Thanks again Bree.
  13. Replies 9 Views 2,782

    mine... 10.0.17763.194 No telling what it is. ...

    mine... 10.0.17763.194 No telling what it is. Does even work at the prompt for me.

    Thanks for the help.
  14. Thread: Opinions On New PC For Son, Please ? by fatkatie
    Forum: General Support
    Replies 13 Views 1,134

    The saddest thing I ever did was allow a computer...

    The saddest thing I ever did was allow a computer into the house. Kids used to play games and I'd tell them stories every night. After I bought them each an e-machine it all changed.
    I recently...
  15. Replies 3 Views 460

    Runnning a script at login for any user on a local w10 box.

    I've been able to set up login scripts for given users on a local box (no domain).
    I want to have a script run at login time for ALL users.

    I'll do the work. Please just point me in the right...
  16. Replies 9 Views 2,782

    It DOES work on W7 but doesn't do a thing in W10....

    It DOES work on W7 but doesn't do a thing in W10. Tried some of the other switches; reinstall, insert, but nothing helped.
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    Clear command prompt history from within batch.

    I have a batch, running in "Command Prompt", that prompts for a password. For any number of reasons I can't guarantee that the window will close before exposing that data (arrow keys browse history...
  18. Thread: Network names are diffent? by fatkatie
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 7 Views 577

    Populate Explorer's "Network" quick access tab with available box..

    Per recent thread,

    Network names are diffent? Solved - Windows 10 Forums,

    I've discovered, was shown, that selecting Explorer's quick access "Network" link won't necessarily
    show all private...
  19. Thread: Network names are diffent? by fatkatie
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 7 Views 577

    Workgroup names were identical: WORKGROUP....

    Workgroup names were identical: WORKGROUP.
    Access attempt via \\S! was successful. @#[email protected]#$!. ... which will lead to my next question. Stay tuned.
    Thanks all!
  20. Thread: Network names are diffent? by fatkatie
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 7 Views 577

    Network names are diffent?

    Low hours pilot here. I'm going to try another dozen things but does the differing "network" names point to something immediately apparent to you pros?

    I'm going thru a book titled "Using Windows...
  21. Thread: How to create a complete restore dvd. by fatkatie
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 7 Views 1,811

    Thanks Bree. The stick would have to be large...

    Thanks Bree. The stick would have to be large enough to contain all the user files too. Right?

    Perhaps I should start another thread... I'm at Amazon looking at flash drives. A lot of people...
  22. Thread: How to create a complete restore dvd. by fatkatie
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 7 Views 1,811

    Thanks for the info. I opened up the bios menu...

    Thanks for the info. I opened up the bios menu and it does allow for a usb device. So, I'll pick up a usb stick and give it a go. I see it's $14 for a 64G stick and another $10 for the SSD I could...
  23. Thread: How to create a complete restore dvd. by fatkatie
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 7 Views 1,811

    How to create a complete restore dvd.

    Greetings all. Low hours pilot here.

    I'm new to uSWin10 and before I blow up the used PC I bought to experiment with, I would like to know how to fix it.

    The OS license was obtained from the...
  24. Thread: Why am I not being asked for a password? by fatkatie
    Forum: User Accounts and Family Safety
    Replies 2 Views 727

    Why am I not being asked for a password?

    uSW10Pro V1803

    In the dialog "User Accounts" (via netplwiz.exe), the cbox "Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer." is checked. The box has a single admin user, me.

    If...
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    wifi hp envy on public network; why can I use it?

    First - thanks all for the help so far. I am going to send in some support cash. Thanks again.

    I have a W7Pro64 box with a public network profile. It's cabled into my Xfinity TG1682G "gateway"....
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