Language : windows-registry
|changer mac adress carte intel||pjessey||Windows Registry||March 2, 2012|
|Suppressing Macro-Security (Module Security) Dialog on QlikView-Server/QlikView-Documents||blurred||Windows Registry||windows||
This script adds a registry entry to HKCU\Software\QlikTech\QlikOcx\Settings for Qlikview Servers\:
|December 6, 2011|
|how to compare IE security zone settings||theonlyalterego||Windows Registry||security||
IE Zone Analyzer allows comparing/importing/exporting of IE security zones
|October 14, 2011|
|Add TheGun editor to your registry||johngh||Windows Registry||windows||
TheGun is a great Windows Notepad replacement, but it's a bit painful in how it registers itself when you choose it to open a file. If you save it in "C:\Program Files\TheGun\THEGUN.EXE" and add something this to your registry, it should work nicely.
|September 13, 2011|
|Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition security settings||Scooter||Windows Registry||
When you install Symantec Antivirus Corporate Edition, the default settings are not very secure. The following registry script will increase the security settings to a more reasonable level. This is for version 10; I suspect the settings for version 11 and 12 are stored in a similar registry location, and finding the location was the hardest part.
|August 6, 2011|
|Change Excel macro security to medium||Scooter||Windows Registry||
The below is for Excel 2003, but you can probably target Office 2007 or 2010 by changing the version to 12.0 or 13.0 respectively.
At the company where I am currently working, Excel addins are used extensively by various departments. By default, Excel has macro security set to high, but some users are too dumb to read the message that tells them to change the macro security to medium, so I've added the following to our collection of registry tweaks applied during logon to take care of this automatically.
|August 6, 2011|
|unhide hidden files in Windows Explorer||bits||Windows Registry||Unhide||
These registry settings show four different settings which do the following: "Hidden"=dword:00000001 - show hidden files "ShowSuperHidden"=dword:00000001 - show hidden system files "SuperHidden"=dword:00000001 - show hidden directories in the explorer's tree view "HideFileExt"=dword:00000000 - show file extension on any files
|March 11, 2011|
|WHS Registry||Joergermeister||Windows Registry||whs||February 20, 2011|
|Increase maximum signature length in Outlook Web Access||Scooter||Windows Registry||OWA||
When editing your signature in Outlook Web Access, you may have seen this error message:
Your signature exceeds the maximum size allowed. Please reduce its length or formatting before attempting to save again.
This registry tweak will increase the maximum signature length from the default 4 KB to 16 KB. Feel free to change this to a lower number if you prefer, but 16 KB is apparently the maximum possible.
This registry tweak needs to be applied on the Exchange server itself.
|January 6, 2011|
|Enable Passive FTP Server 2008||kidmizere||Windows Registry||2008||December 8, 2010|
|Clear Windows "Picture Location" history list||evandrix||Windows Registry||registry||November 23, 2010|
|SQL Files Preview Handler||ggponti||Windows Registry||handler||
Use the text files Preview Handler to display SQL files.
|August 18, 2010|
|How to create a Command Prompt context menu item?||zooms||Windows Registry||August 10, 2010|
|Disable Windows Share Drag and Drop Confirmation caused by IE 7 on XP SP3||karlhorky||Windows Registry||windowsxp||
Internet Explorer 7 under Windows XP Service Pack 3 has the Windows Registry "Reserved Value" 180D set that was not set before, which can cause a "Do you want to move or copy files from this zone?" prompt on moves or copies between Windows shares if they are incorrectly detected as being part of the Internet Zone. The registry solution in this snippet will disable this confirmation message.
"Reserved value" 180D (Microsoft.com: Internet Explorer security zones registry entries for advanced users):
Discussion of Windows Registry solution:
"Do you want to move or copy files from this zone?" Prompt Example:
|July 22, 2010|
|Windows Registry: Set open folder default icons for all A-Z drive letters and Desktop Shell Folder in Windows 7||karlhorky||Windows Registry||shellfolder||
Based upon the Drive Icon Change Windows Vista tweak and the shell icons registry settings found at the respective links below, this Windows 7 / Vista tweak will set the default icon of all A-Z drive letters (like C: for instance) and the Desktop to the open folder icon that Windows uses. This tweak is one step towards the final goal of having a standard default taskbar icon for Windows Explorer, irrespective of the current location of the Explorer instance.
Of course, a better solution would be an application to modify Windows Explorer so that its taskbar icon is configurable, but I have yet to find (or make) a solution that would be this flexible.
Drive Icon Change - Vista Forums: http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/111388-drive-icon-change.html
Shell icons registry settings: http://www.virtualplastic.net/html/icn_reg.html#shellicons
|April 10, 2010|