It is currently not possible to directly map a drive letter to a redirected folder when connecting to a server using Microsoft RDP. Most programs do not require a drive letter but in case you do need a "local path", you can create a symlink in order to achieve this.
MKLINK /D C:\MyFolder \\tsclient\MyFolder
This will create a "symlinked" folder on your C-drive, which you can then use to work with files and folders of the redirected folder. The symlink is persistent across reboots.
You may get the following error when trying to uninstall HP Client Security:
The solution, albeit a very odd one, is to disable all CD/DVD drives on your HP system through Device Manager (Start → Run → devmgmt.msc).
After the uninstallation, you can re-enable the device.
You can turn off the highlighting of new and recently installed programs in Start menu/Start Screen. There's no direct group policy but you can use a GPP to insert a registry value that does the same thing:
With the latest updates of Outlook 2011 for Mac, when opening a message, the Save As function is grayed out, so you can no longer save individual messages like that.
However, you can still drag the message from the Outlook window to your desktop or to a folder in Finder. This creates a eml file that Outlook can read later when you double-click it, and also includes all attachments of that message.
If you need an e-mail as a PDF, you can simply use OSX'es built-in "print-to-PDF" functionality.
The Internet Archive has recently released The Malware Museum, a collection of old viruses and malware from the eighties and nineties.
The idea behind the "museum" is to experience what it was like to have your computer infected with a virus, back in the day when there was no internet and hardly any anti-virus software available.
The malware on this site is usually so old you need to use an emulator (such as DOSBox) and has been stripped from all malicious code, leaving only the on-screen messages intact.
Our website has been moved to a new server to allow for a better and faster service.
Although everything has been tested thouroughly, please contact us (use the contact form) if you notice something's wrong.
After uninstalling Malwarebytes Anti-Malware from a domain-joined computer, you may get the following error each time the computer reboots:
To resolve the issue, you need to manually remove a registry key using regedit:
Remove the value with name Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.