Open Current working directory from CMD in Explorer

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  You probably already know that you can open a command prompt from the explorer in Windows 7 and Vista by holding shift and right-clicking, but did you know you can also do the reverse? To open an explorer menu at your current location in the command prompt, simply enter the following command in cmd window (including the period): start.
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How to Reset Windows Registry Permissions

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Updated @8.02.11 Sometimes when trying to install some software or even updating windows via hotfixes, a very annoying error message appear and tells you: "Access Denied" There could be many reasons for this error but usually it is caused my misconfigured or corrupted registry permissions. No matter if you have administrative rights on that computer if a specific registry key does not contain access permission for your account, you will be denied. We can easily reset registry permissions so that administrators get full access the way it was before the corruption. We this purpose we need two things, 1: subinacl     (which is a windows resource kit tool) 2: reset.cmd (which is the batch script) The file reset.cmd contains the following lines: cd /d "%ProgramFiles%\Windows Resource Kits\Tools" subinacl /subkeyreg HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE /grant=administrators=f…
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How to fix “License Expired” Error Message in Adobe Products

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People who use adobe products and who update to the newer versions are sometimes stuck in "License Expired" error messages after installing there favorite adobe product. Now some background information: Adobe's license manager which is installed by latest adobe products stores the licensing information in a file called cache.db. located usually in "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Adobe PCD\cache" or "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\Adobe PCD\cache". (if your windows installation drive is C:). Copy this file to somewhere else for editing purpose. This file is actually a sqlite database containing rows and columns. Therefore, we can manually edit or delete the rows in the database by using a sqlite database manager application such as SQLiteman. which is a freeware application and works very well in this situation. We open the sqliteman program after installation,…
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How to transfer/assign windows user profiles to other domain\user

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A User Profile  is where Windows  stores  your  stuff.  It  is where  your Desktop, “My Documents”, “My Pictures” and “My Music” files are all saved. Your User Profile  is also where Windows keeps all the information that makes your computer personal to you, like your desktop wallpaper, Internet favorites and the lists of documents you've recently opened. Programs specific configuration and preferences are also stored in the user profile. By default versions prior to Vista and windows 7 store user profiles in a folder named “Documents and settings\USERNAME” inside root of the installation drive. However windows vista and 7 use “Users\USERNAME” for this purpose. In a domain or non domain environment, some times it is required to move a user profile from one domain to other without affecting any of…
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