Windows 7 "custom views" how to clear admin events log?
When I click this it shows all the warnings and errors going way back to the day I originally installed windows 7 which was four months ago!
No one has come up with an answer to my question or clearly understands which log I am referring to.
How do I clear this part of the log? Nothing I do shows any clear or delete options to remove those old way out of date error messages.
Is there a way to clear this part of the log and if so, how is it done?
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* Running Windows 7 Pro
* When I log in to the admin account on my PC, Windows Explorer always shows the following folder
* C:\Users\Dad\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Sta rt Menu\Programs\Startup\Plugins
Dad is the account designated as Admin on the PC.
If I close the folder, log off, and log back in, the folder still shows up. (I do not have the Folder Options View option "Restore previous folder windows at logon checked.)
I created a batch file to do what TC is supposed to do:
d:\TrueCrypt\TrueCrypt.exe /a favorites /quit
This is in my Startup group. However, when I log on as a standard user, it always demands an admin password before running TrueCrypt.
exe to start up on logon without having to enter and admin password?
Windows 7 Ultimate, sp1
In my usual account, with 'System Admin privileges', why am I getting this?
Infact I was able to create users and assign to groups and then allow the client to join the domain. But still then I get this problem for which I don't have any ideas.
So what does it mean? how should I make the domain available.
Below are screenshots of what I'm talking about. The Vista view shows a folder of icons with the sort menu available. The detail view on Windows 7 highlights in yellow the sort options I need for all views, and icon view shows how it disappears. I found that option terribly helpful in quickly sorting the contents of a folder without having to right click and mouse down through the menus that way.
someone who has Windows XP installed should be able to purchase the Upgrade Version of Windows 7. (Of course, all other software would have to be re-installed.)
Clicking on the link "Upgrading From Windows XP to Windows 7 (Custom Installation)" actually takes me to an article that deals with "Upgrading From Windows Vista to Windows 7 (Custom Installation)".
I called Microsoft's Personal Support team (at 800-936-5700) and they told me that if I want to switch from Windows XP (SP3) to Windows 7, I would need to purchase the Full Retail Version of Windows 7.
So: Can I, or can I not, purchase the Upgrade Version of Windows 7 if I currently have a legit copy Windows XP (SP3) installed? (PS: I am fully aware that when switching from Windows XP toWindows 7 requires re-installation of all the other software!)
If I hit following command from my XP machine(172.18.28.59)
net use \\172.18.28.65\Admin$ /user:Admin
everything works perfectly.
Now, if I telnet to windows 7.
net use \\127.0.0.1\Admin$ /user:Admin
then it gives access denied error. but I need this to run psexec smoothly.