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 Nothing I do shows any clear or delete options to remove those old way out of date error messages.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?
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!)
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.
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.
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.