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Believe it or not, I’m blaming this one on Sun!  I tracked the problem down to the Microsoft Virtual Machine, the old Java VM Microsoft was forced to stop developing and supporting thanks to Sun’s pointless legal assault.  God only knows why Sun would want Java less supported.  Perhaps it’s so the only way to run Java these days is through Sun’s VM, which reminds you, every fucking month like clockwork, that THERE’S A JAVA UPDATE AVAILABLE AND SUN IS AWESOME AND DOWNLOAD OPEN OFFICE NOW NOW NOW!

The solution: uninstall the Microsoft VM (which you should do anyway, it’s old and unsupported).  That fixes IE; I leave to you the decision whether it’s easier to live without Java or put up with Sun’s bullshit.

Luckily, there’s a tool Microsoft has that will remove the VM.  Get it here:

Ha!  And you thought Microsoft had your back here!  You should know by know the entire IT world is against you all the time.  Try here:

Anyway, once you get this tool, just run it and pray you didn’t have anything that depended on that tool, because there’s no going back.

When using remote control, the computer being controlled will show its pop up and act like everything would be working, but the computer you are using to control the other only shows a black screen and not the computers desktop! So you can’t click anything or control the other computer remotely because the desktop doesn’t come up correctly!



Stop and change the following service to disabled:  DameWare Mini Remote Control

Then, browse to the following file: DWRCS.EXE

Example of it’s location would be: C:Program Files (x86)DameWare DevelopmentDameWare NT Utilities
Keep this window open and now open your startup folder.

Example of this: C:ProgramDataMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsStartup

Using your RIGHT CLICK, drag the EXE from the previous folder into Startup and select CREATE SHORTCUT
Now, Log off machine and Log in again. Now go to the remote machine and try to control the machine you just did this work on. It should work correctly!

fix res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm# errors

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{06EEE834-461C-42c2-8DCF-1502B527B1F9} is where i found the 2 instances of the same problem you are having, it was a big problem for me. Delete the two instances and then manually retype the address in IE and the page will come up.

DOS/Command Prompt way.

Alle linjer efterfulgt af “enter”

telnet 25
SUBJECT:100% pure testing (dette er emnefeltet) – tryk ENTER to gange derefter
Dette er noget indhold i mailen – ENTER
. (punktum efterfulgt af enter sender mailen – fra ny linje!)

250 2.6.0 <> Queued mail for delivery (Mail er sendt!)

Backup Exec 11d Best Practices Guide: Backup Strategies


The Symantec Backup Exec Administrator’s Guide is an excellent resource for the planning and implementation of backup strategies. The information in this document is provided as a supplement to the Administrator’s Guide, Chapter 7 Preparing for Backup. For more information regarding the terms and usage used in this document, please refer to the Administrator’s Guide.

The following Best Practices will help ensure smooth operations when using Backup Exec:

  • It is recommended that append jobs be limited in that an appended set of tapes does not become excessive.  If a tape is missing from that appended set, it can be difficult to rebuild the catalog for that set of tapes.
  • If append jobs are used, do not allow earlier tapes in that set to be overwritten; again this will make rebuilding the catalog of these tapes difficult.
  • Although it is recommended to set the Overwrite Protection Period on a media set long enough to meet your recovery needs, infinite overwrite protection will require large amounts of tape/disk capacity, or will require manual intervention to overwrite protected tapes.
  • The default setting for media management is for it to use new media before using previously used media.  When using backup-to-disk (B2D), this can cause new  B2D files to continue to be created until the disk is full rather than overwriting unneeded files.
  • When using B2D for backups, it is recommended to use the setting “Preallocate” to avoid excessive disk fragmentation; however, it is important to remember this feature will reserve the amount of disk space specified regardless of how much data is being backed up. (If a large size is specified, but a small data set is backed up, this may result is large amounts of wasted space)