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Microsoft Windows XP is the sixth release of the NT series of operating systems, and was the first to be marketed in a variety of editions: XP Home and XP Professional, designed for business and power users. The advanced features in XP Professional are generally disabled in Home Edition, but are there and can be activated. There were two 64-bit editions, an embedded edition and a tablet edition.

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When I went to open outlook express it said another one was running and I said ok - it opened up and I have e-mails up to Sept. 5th,  When computer shows new e-mails coming in it's not downloading onto the page.  How can I pull up my current outlet express with the last 10 weeks showing?  Have windows xp and outlook express 2006.
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So we have Linux 6.5 Server and when ever I SSH into it from a workstation to view the audit logs my UID is attached to someone else that is logged in (SSH) AUID.

I understand that the AUID is the Audited User ID and UID is the user ID.  So if I login as MikeP my AUID and UID should be MikeP and if I, from that log  in should ssh to a different machine using different credentials that the AUID stays the same but the UD changes to the new credentials.

So if MIkeP ssh to another workstation as Mike-local then the AUID should stay MikeP and the UID now becomes Mike-local.  

However, for us that is not happening.  The AUID is selecting who ever is attached to the system when we SSH or login locally.

Has anyone experienced this before and what could be causing it?

Thanks,
john
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The scenario:

1.      We have a Windows XP computer which runs an offline PDF to Print comparison.  
2.      As it is XP we have taken it off our network for security reasons
3.      The XP computer is attached to an A1 scanner which scans a printed leaflet
4.      The software then compares the printed scan against the original PDF used to generate the print plates
5.      For reprints this is OK as a copy of the original PDF already exists on the XP computer
6.      For new prints the user needs to go to another computer which is on WorkGroup, browse for the file, copy the original PDF to a USB, copy from the USB to the Windows XP computer, then run comparison

It is step 6 which I am trying to improve.  Can I directly connect the XP computer to the networked computer using some sort of software that isolates but still allows a folder to be browsed and a file copied.  I hope I have made this clear
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I have an HP laptop which came with Windows 7.  Product  WQ668UA#ABA.  I have an XP drive from a failed G72-c55dx which looks almost identical.  It contains a legacy application which must run on XP.

The laptop will not boot into Windows XP.  I found a great post on EE laying out how to inject SATA drivers into the offline disk and load the hive to set the driver.  My problem is I am unable to locate the XP SATA driver.  HP.com lists only W7 drivers.

I was able to find some downloads from other sites but there are so many drivers to choose from I am unable to determine the correct driver required.  

Any assistance in locating the correct driver would be appreciated.
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Recently we have planned to migrate the data from one windows machine to another windows as part of migration project, We have PGP keys avilable in the old machine, How we can copy that PGP keys from old machines to new one. Please advise.

Thanks
Venkatesh.
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1) My computers (XP PRO SP3) doesn't have the INDEXING OPTIONS ICON.   I likely need to access this so that I can fix the indexing problem I am having in Outlook 2007 Search

2) Also, I've lost Instant Search in my outlook 2007.  The enable function points me to a defunct microsoft page.

(fyi i've run the "rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL srchadmin.dll" as suggested by a 2011 response) but nothing seems to happen)

Any ideas, experts out there?
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Hello, I'm currently having issues with trying to update my computer to a newer Windows instalment. I was recently given an old-ish Windows XP computer by a family member and they completely wiped the computer and refreshed it back to its factory settings. Ever since I've received it, I've been trying to gain access to the internet so I can update its anti-virus as well as update it to more modern instalments of Microsoft Windows.

However every time I've tried connecting it, it says that the wireless wifi networks (that ARE in range) are apparently not or it has lost connection to them? Please help me, as I feel like I'm running in circles trying to find out how to fix it :(
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Windows XP

118K

Solutions

78K

Contributors

Microsoft Windows XP is the sixth release of the NT series of operating systems, and was the first to be marketed in a variety of editions: XP Home and XP Professional, designed for business and power users. The advanced features in XP Professional are generally disabled in Home Edition, but are there and can be activated. There were two 64-bit editions, an embedded edition and a tablet edition.