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By  default, window server 2003 only come with the 2 Remote client access, unless you bought the CAL license. (But not many of the company will buy). So only 2 active or disconnected session are allow in the sames time.


So when the 3th user would like to connect into the same server, he/she will get the error message of “The terminal server has exceeded the maximum number of allowed connection”


After googleing, found this solution:

  1. Go to Command Prompt
  2. Type mstsc /v:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx /f -console (replace xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx with the remote IP)
  3. Login with the administrator account


This command will log you in with the 3th remote connection to your server, you should use this account to kick out the rest of the 2 account before you continue your job.


To delete the existing connection you may go to task Manager -> users -> select the user and log them off.


The alternative for this solution is you can configure the settings on terminal server to manage the connections in a variety of ways. You do that through Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Terminal Services Configuration. Select the Connections folder from the left panel.


In the right panel you should see the available connection types. Most likely there will be an entry for RDP-Tcp (Microsoft RDP 5.2). Right-click on that entry and select Properties. Select the Sessions tab and you will see a number of options related to sessions. All of my drop downs were set to Never, which explained why they never timed-out. To solve our problem, you may check the ‘Override user settings‘ option and set ‘End a disconnected session’ and ‘Idle session limit’ to 15 minutes. I left the ‘Active session limit’ at Never since as long as you are actively using the connection.


Terminal Server has exceeded maximum number of allowed connection error message

Terminal Server has exceeded maximum number of allowed connection error message


Terminal services configuration window

Terminal services configuration window

Submit your site to Bing.com

By on June 20, 2009

bing-iconAfter few years of search engine being monopoly by Google, Microsoft has announced their new counter weapons toward Google – called Bing.com


This is just a begining for the search engine war. Now come to another part of the new search engine where all the webmaster or the blog owner should do – get your site to index by the new search engine and gain the traffic from Bing


Click here to submit your website to Bing and get’s index by Bing, so that your website can be found.


Besides that, Bing also has the webmaster tools like the Google webmaster tools. Click here to create a web master center account to submit your site and get index and explore to the search engine faster



Bing home page

Bing home page

Window Run Command

By on May 22, 2009

I believe most of the advance computer user will know how to ultilize the window run command. But for the normal user may not ultilized it but more prefer to click by mouse.

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The most common use command is [cmd] and also [notepad]. By using the window run command, you may just press on [Window Key] + [R] on your keyboard and type the command.


The following are some of the window run command that you may or may not use, but I suggest if possible try to remember the most common use which will help you to save your time and also reduce the movement of your hand.


Accessibility Controls
access.cpl


Add Hardware Wizard
hdwwiz.cpl


Add/Remove Programs
appwiz.cpl


Administrative Tools
control admintools


Automatic Updates
wuaucpl.cpl


Bluetooth Transfer Wizard
fsquirt


Calculator
calc


Certificate Manager
certmgr.msc


Character Map
charmap


Check Disk Utility
chkdsk


Clipboard Viewer
clipbrd


Command Prompt
cmd


Component Services
dcomcnfg


Computer Management
compmgmt.msc


Date and Time Properties
timedate.cpl


DDE Shares
ddeshare


Device Manager
devmgmt.msc


Direct X Control Panel (If Installed)*
directx.cpl


Direct X Troubleshooter
dxdiag


Disk Cleanup Utility
cleanmgr


Disk Defragment
dfrg.msc


Disk Management
diskmgmt.msc


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winrar-logoWinRAR is a powerful archive manager. It can backup your data andreduce the size of  email attachments, decompress RAR, ZIP and otherfiles downloaded from Internet and create new archives in RAR and ZIPfile format. This is a pre-cracked version, fully activated version. Nocrack or serial needed.








Click here to download WinRAR 3.80 Pro


window 7 logoFinally Window 7 beta has been officially announce in Malaysia yesterday (6 Jan 2009) after the announcement make at CES by Steve Ballmer few days ago.


Microsoft emphasised on backwards compatibility for end-user, as they demoed the Microsoft Word 97 being able to run Windows 7. Several UI improvements such as the intelligent show desktop key- hovering over it will hide the opened windows but not close them down (the outline of the windows can still be seen). Internet Explorer 8 will also come bundled with Windows 7.  


Windows 7 also sees improvement for software developers and server administrators.  


The beta version of Windows 7, Microsoft’s next-generation PC operating system, can be downloaded today by MSDN, TechBeta and TechNet customers. Consumers who want to test-drive the beta will be able to download it beginning January 9 at http://www.microsoft.com/windows7.  


Microsoft execs refused to confirm a release date, but hinted that the Windows 7 could be released on 2010.


Source from Mobile88.com


windowsxpToday I only found out that actually we can customize the detail to show in window explorer when we switch the view mode to detail (right click -> View -> Detail).


You may either right click on the top of the window folder bar and it will show all the possible detail that you can add to your window explorer. If you want more, you can click on the [More…]


The detail you may view in window explorer are:

  • Name
  • Size
  • Type
  • Date modified
  • Date Created
  • Attributes
  • Status
  • owner
  • Author
  • Title
  • Subject
  • category
  • Pages
  • Comments
  • Copyright
  • Artist
  • Album Title
  • Year
  • Track Number
  • Genre
  • Duration
  • Bit Rate
  • Protected
  • Camera Model
  • Date Picture Taken
  • Dimensions
  • Episode Name
  • Program Description
  • Audio Sample size
  • Audio Sample rate
  • Channels
  • Company
  • Description
  • File Version
  • Product Name
  • product Version
  • Keywords


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