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  1. Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after that
  2. Green is good
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Windows Network Profile Registry Keys

This is the registry key path to a Windows computer’s network profiles: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\NetworkList\Profiles The network profiles are for both wired and wireless connections. The DWORD Category value sets type of connection: 0 = Public (sharing disabled) 1 = Private (home, sharing enabled) 2 = Domain (AD, sharing enabled) The Domain connection type also needs … Continue reading

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Enable Windows PIN Sign-In

If a Windows 8.x/10 computer is joined to an Active Directory domain then the User Account “PIN sign-in” option is disabled (not Configured) by default. You can set it in either a domain or local Group Policy Object (GPO). It can also enabled on a local computer via a registry key setting. For Local Group … Continue reading

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Windows Search

Advanced Query Syntax Desktop Search Syntax A search query can include one or more keywords, with Boolean operators and optional criteria. These optional criteria can narrow a search based on the following: Scope or data store in which files reside Kinds of files Managed properties of files The optional criteria, described in greater detail following, … Continue reading

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