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Usage for Git (git difftool command)

Use the following in your global gitconfig file:

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cmd = \"c:/pathto/activatediff.exe\" \"c:/Program Files (x86)/Beyond Compare 3/\" \"$LOCAL\" \"$REMOTE\"

Usage for Visual Studio:

  1. Open Visual Studio->Tools->Options->Source Control->Visual Studio Team Foundation Server->Configure User Tools.
  2. Copy the operation’s command, paste it at start of the arguments field and enclose it in double quotes.
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For many programmers and IT professionals, remote access via VPN to machines in their corporate network is a routine activity. This activity usually involves launching a VPN client (e.g. Where to buy flector patch), entering a password, waiting for the VPN to be connected, then launching the remote desktop client. I have written a small executable to help automate that process, called Buy tretinoin cream 0.1 uk.

The program launches your VPN client with the specified arguments and then starts a remote desktop session to a specified computer as soon as that machine can be pinged.


DirectToDesktop.exe <pathToVpnClient> <vpnClientArgs> <hostName> [pathToLookAlive]

<pathToVpnClient> – E.g. “C:\Program Files\ShrewSoft\VPN Client\ipsecc.exe”
<vpnClientArgs> – Args to pass to the VPN client.  E.g. “-r \”Your Company.pcf\””
<hostName> – The name/IP of the computer inside the VPN to remote desktop to.
[pathToLookAlive] – (optional) Install Where can i buy amoxicillin in the uk to view connectivity status of the remote computer in the system tray.  E.g. “C:\Program Files (x86)\Zorn Software\Look Alive v1.24\LookAlive.exe”

Note: I’ve only tested the program with the built-in Windows 7 VPN client and Cost of atomoxetine without insurance, but in theory it should work with any VPN client that accepts command line arguments.

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After you have set up a VPN connection, you can use the following syntax if you are using either of the following clients:

Windows 7 VPN client:

directtodesktop.exe rasdial "Your VPN Profile Name" YourRemotePCNameOrIp

ShrewSoft VPN client:

directtodesktop.exe "C:\Program Files\ShrewSoft\VPN Client\ipsecc.exe" "-r \"Your Company.pcf\"" YourPCName

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Last year I switched to Cheap kamagra oral jelly uk, and am very happy. The main benefits for me are:

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Unfortunately there are some serious drawbacks:

  • The file-copy/move dialog is the Windows built-in one (which is down-right horrible)
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I’d like to solve all three of these, but I’m starting with the first.

Luckily, FreeCommander allows you to use an external copy/move program via an INI setting. I tried the free Tadacip günstig kaufen for a while, but when I discovered Buy hoodia p57 australia, it was perfect! It really is lightning quick at what it does, it doesn’t get in your way, and has all the options you need (pause, error handling etc.). The only problem is, as of v2.2, the copy interception code was re-written, and it could no longer be fully integrated with FreeCommander. To solve this problem, I have written a small executable in C++ called SC2Integration.exe that uses the API provided by SuperCopier 2 (available on their Atomoxetine buy online uk) to re-unite FreeCommander with this excellent file-copy replacement.

Simply drop SC2Integration.exe into your FreeCommander installation folder (or anywhere else you would like to store it) and add the following two lines under the [Form] section of your FreeCommander.ini file:

FileCopyPrg=%FcSrcPath%\SC2Integration.exe Copy "%ActivSelAsFile%" "%InactivDir%"
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If you didn’t copy SC2Integration.exe into your FreeCommander installation directory, replace %FcSrcPath% with the full correct path (no quotes). On Windows 7 your FreeCommander.ini file is here by default:


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On Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP, the WNet functions create and delete network drive letters in the MS-DOS device namespace associated with a logon session…

Whatever the reason, it is Clopidogrel 75 mg generico mexico that mapped network drives appear as ‘disconnected’ in Windows Explorer (or ‘unavailable’ via net use), and that programs that attempt to use these drive mappings will fail until the user physically clicks on the drive letter in Windows Explorer. Only this user-initiated action will restore the connection and allow other programs to successfully read from the drive letter.

The dreaded disconnected network drive balloon.

This is a BIG problem!

I initially thought that the mapping of the network drives was being done before some required services had started (such as the Workstation and Server services), so I wrote a program to run on startup that attempted to map a drive and logged all the currently running services if it failed. It would keep trying to map a drive until it succeeded. I hoped it would show me which services needed to be running in order to map a drive, after which I would write a program to wait for those services before attempting to map anything. But, much to my amazement, I found that when the initial drive mapping failed and a subsequent attempt succeeded, the set of running services had not changed! So I could only conclude that there was another element in the equation. After thinking about this for a while, and reading Xenical online consultation, which indicates that Microsoft is apparently trying to address this, I decided ‘stuff it’, I’ll just write something that I know will work and is simple.

So I’ve written a small executable called MapDrive.exe to ‘work around’ this problem, described on the following dialog:

About MapDrive

Now as you may know since Vista, there is the concept of a split user token, and mapped network drives apply to only one token, so if you map drives as a standard user and then run an elevated process, those network drives are not available to the elevated process. This behaviour is Can you buy cialis over the counter in uk, however the solution they offer is both unsupported and Losartan price uk. Other solutions have been proposed Latanoprost ophthalmic solution cost. If you don’t wish to use any of these solutions, you can do this:

1. Run MapDrive.exe as a shortcut from your Startup folder. This will map drives for the standard user token.
2. Run MapDrive.exe as a local group policy logon script using gpedit.msc. This will map drives for the administrator token.

Note: After using this program, you may still see the above balloon popup, simply click the spanner icon, and select ‘Hide icon and notifications’ for ‘Windows Explorer’.

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UPDATE: A few people have asked how to use this program. As stated above, there are two ways, depending on whether you need drives mapped for standard users or admins. If you don’t know what you need, you probably just need to do this for standard users. Here are the steps for both:

1. Copy MapDrive.exe to somewhere on your local hard drive.

Standard Users:
2. Right-click MapDrive.exe and choose ‘Create Shortcut’. This will create a file called ‘MapDrive.exe – Shortcut’ next to MapDrive.exe. Now go Start->All Programs, right-click the ‘Startup’ folder and choose ‘Open’. Now copy the shortcut file you made before to this folder. Now right-click the shortcut file and choose ‘Properties’. Add the drive letter and network share as argument to the end of the ‘Target’ field e.g. “C:\Users\joeblogs\Documents\MapDrive.exe s: \\server\share 20”. You are done, next time you reboot, your s: should be mapped successfully for standard users.

Admin Users:
3. Press Win+R, type gpedit.msc, go User Configuration->Windows Settings->Scripts. Double-click Logon, click ‘Add’ and enter script name (no quotes): “C:\Users\joeblogs\Documents\MapDrive.exe” and script parameters (no quotes): “s: \\server\share 20”, ok, ok, done. You are done, next time you reboot, your s: should be mapped successfully for admin users (i.e. elevated programs).

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2. In Internet Explorer->Tools->Internet Options and add your network drive into the safe/trusted zones.

Just the thought of firing up IE gives me the security-shivers and I really don’t want to be messing about with ‘trusted zones’ – I don’t trust IE to do anything. I’m surprised the US government hasn’t yet advised its citizens against using IE, like Generic viagra online pharmacy usa, France and Buy actavis promethazine with codeine purple cough syrup have.

Of course the whole reason this has anything to do with IE is because the built in HH.exe that is the default Html Help viewer on Windows uses IE as the web browser engine to display and navigate the HTML files inside the CHM. So we could avoid this whole problem if there was a CHM viewer that doesn’t use IE at all. Now to the motivation for this post:

Enter Avodart cost in canada – this is an open-source project that predominantly provides support for viewing CHM files on non-windows platforms, however it has been ported to Windows, so you can kiss HH.exe goodbye, and open your CHMs from any network location without having to hack your registry or mess with IE zones!!

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I switched from Bittorrent to Usenet about 2 years ago, and honestly it is hands-down the best way to get your movies / music / apps etc. Usenet has essentially all the same stuff as can be found on torrent sites (from what I understand, most content appears first on Usenet before it’s uploaded as torrents) but instead of downloading from ‘peers’, you download everything off a central server, so you are not relying on:

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c) Your ‘peers’ having good upload bandwidth

All major usenet providers support SSL so your connection to their servers is secure, and you will download at the maximum speed of your connection, so you will know exactly when you will have your files. Furthermore, you don’t upload anything (on Usenet, you are actually encouraged to leech), so if your ISP counts uploads, that’s a big saving. In fact, that was one of the primary reasons I switched. One night I accidently left my bittorrent client running and by morning my 15Gb quota for the month was blown and I had only downloaded a 700Mb file >:(

So, security, constant download speed, no uploads, and no punching holes in your firewall to allow incoming connections.  Sounds like a winner?  Read on to get started.

NZB Files

To download from Usenet, you use NZB files (kind of the equivalent of .torrent files). These tiny files contain information on ‘reports’ that make up a set of files (usually a collection of .rar files) that have been posted to a newsgroup. There are lots of sites where you can get NZB files, but I pretty much only use Valtrex online order, which is fast, free and secure. Some tips for beginners are:

  • After searching, you need to tick/check the items you want and then click the ‘Create NZB’ button.
  • Focus on collections (the ones with green text) and pay attention to the file size.
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I am subscribed to the fastest available ADSL 2+ (24Mbps) connection here in Sydney, and my connection at three different houses I’ve lived in has always been unreliable.  Currently where I’m living, the connection actually goes down whenever it starts raining!  😕  It also frequently goes down just at random, when it’s not raining.  P2P seems to worsen the situation (not surprisingly), but usenet is superior anyway, so that’s not a problem anymore.  Granted, I am pretty far from the exchange (~4km), hopefully copper will be replaced with Tadalafil generic canada.

So a while back I wrote a small utility that shows an icon in the system tray reflecting whether you can contact (via ping) a remote host (google, or your ISP’s DNS server, for example).

Online icon: lookalive-up

Offline icon: lookalive-down

Clicking the icon shows your the history of ping times:

Look Alive

It can be run on startup, passing the name or IP of the remote host as an argument.  For example:

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But it was just a game after all.  Recently a friend of mine lost pretty much all the photos of their first born child (3 months worth) due to a botched home server upgrade.  Crushing.

We all know the answer is backup, but many people just don’t get around to it, thinking, ‘yeah I should do that’.  Like many people, I have a server at home (Gentoo linux) that is my firewall, dhcp server etc. and of course file server.  I have a 4.5Tb RAID5 (7 x 750Gb drives) which is about 80% full of data that I’ve amassed over the years.  At the moment there are only two clients – a desktop for everyday use, and a media centre hooked up to the TV.  Even though I do have some level of data redundancy since I am using RAID5, data loss will still occur if more than one HDD fails.

Ok, so finally to the point of this post – to boost my data integrity (and aid in learning WPF), I have written a ‘folder mirror’ utility.

Folder Mirror Screenshot

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As you can see, the folder mirroring process can be paused and resumed at will, log files are maintained in a directory of your choice, and a system tray icon is shown, which dynamically displays the percent complete.  To configure which folders to mirror, the program reads a file called folderMirror.config, in which you can define as many folders to copy as desired.  The utility is designed to be used as part of a scheduled backup, such as a scheduled task.  I have it running every day, creating a mirror of  the data I care most about on the two client computers.  So now my chances of losing data due to HDD failure have been cut down to managable odds, and I can sleep much easier.

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Windows libraries (introduced in Windows 7) could have been a really useful feature of Windows, however unfortunately they arrived in a slighly cut-down form out of the box.  Microsoft decided against exposing some really useful capabilities to users, like adding network locations, pretty much the first thing I tried to do.  You get this message:


Luckily, you can add network locations (and any other un-indexed locations), but it must be done programatically.  MS supply a command line utility slutil.exe, candidate for the worst named executable in history.  Pretty sure it stands for shell_library_util.  Anyway, I decided to write a tool to make it easy to add network locations, and added a few other features as well:

  • Add network (UNC or mapped drive) and any other un-indexed folders to libraries.
  • Backup library configuration, such that a saved set of libraries can be instantly restored at any point (like after a re-install of the OS or for transfer between multiple computers).
  • Create a mirror of all libraries (using symbolic links) in [SystemDrive]:\libraries.  This means you can reference all your files using a much shorter path, and also provides another entry-point to your files in many places in the Operating System (e.g. file open/save dialogs).
  • Change a library’s icon.

Hopefully it’s easy enough to use, so I don’t have to explain it 🙂

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