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Tips & Tricks : Issue with SmartCode VNC Manager License

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Sometimes i thappens that SmartConde VNC Manager fails to activate. In that case follow steps below to fix issue with licensing:

  1. Open cmd.exe and change directory to:
    • Enterprise Edition: C:\Program Files\SmartCode Solutions\VNC Manager (Enterprise Edition)\
    • Standard Edition: C:\Program Files\SmartCode Solutions\VNC Manager (Standard Edition)\
  2. Run the following command: vncmanager.exe /licdev
  3. You will be prompted to enter a serial number. You must complete this step. After that the application will close.
  4. Start SmartCode VNC Manager normally via the start menu shortcut.

Source: SmartCode Knowledgebase

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History : Upgrading Windows from 1.0 to Windows 8 Pro :)

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Check this out 🙂 Upgrading Windows from 1.0 to Windows 8 Pro.

It’s great video showing the long way we went from Windows 1.0 to current Windows 8 🙂

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How-to : Adding SNMP to Windows Server 2008 R2

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As a part of preparation for monitoring our WIndows Server 2008 R2 using SNMP and Nagios we had to add SNMP Services to few systems which didn’t have it yet. So, based on that fact I thought it might be nice to capture all steps involved in adding SNMP to Windows Server machine. Here you can see steps, screenshots and short description how to achieve that.

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Tips&Tricks : How to skip Autologon in Windows XP

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As I had to fight with WIndows XP Autologon (we have it on many computers which are used for example for CCTV), I think can write down one more quick tips how to skip Autologon feature and use different account to access computer (for example to install Windows Updates).

So, situation I was dealing with was computer with Windows XP, connected to Active Directory domain with Autologn feature enabled. After computer started I’ve seen welcome dialog and after pressed ctrl-alt-del autologn procedure kick in and login to computer with restricted account. How to skip autologon process and be able to enter different username and password?

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Windows Registry : Autologon in Windows XP

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Again one of those things which I forget when is needed. Autologon in Windows XP. Funny enough is the fact that each time I’m looking for this information is when I want to prevent Windows XP from auto logon and trying to disable that in registry using remote access from Registry Editor.

Fortunately Microsoft prepared full detailed description, so now I can write down in my scratchpad for future reference instead of using Google each time I need that 😀

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