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    Gridview problem DataFormatString not working Visual Studio
    Posted by BB on Monday, February 02, 2009 @ 11:24:42 UTC (13104 reads)
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    What do we know?There is a bug in older versions of the .NET 2.0 framework used for Visual Studio 2005. Even if you have a DataFormatString in your Gridview object, the column may still not format. This article has been promoted from the Group29 Forums Article Gridview problem DataFormatString not working Visual Studio
    Incorrect Syntax near nvarchar SQL Server VB.NET
    Posted by BB on Monday, August 04, 2008 @ 07:59:00 UTC (9275 reads)
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    What do we know?While testing an application that uses a Gridview control to connect to a SqlDataSource control using Visual Studio .NET 2005, I ran into a problem. Incorrect Syntax near nvarchar.
    How did I get the XP AntiVirus 2008?
    Posted by BB on Thursday, July 03, 2008 @ 11:58:46 UTC (7299 reads)
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    What do we know?One of the computers in our household obtained a drive-by virus infection recently. This particular infection is one of the famous backdoor Trojans that arrive by exploiting browser security from a web site that would otherwise seem harmless. The web site in question already was infected by the server SQL Injection exploit, which was replacing the web pages with ones that framed the content and contained malware JavaScript.

    The computer in question was running Windows XP service pack 2, in a non-administrative account, with a 20-day old Symantec Antivirus 7.x virus list.

    Why would anyone bother? In this case, the software that was loaded had all sorts of powers. It was malware, spy ware, and blackmail ware all in a blended threat. One piece attempts to open a back door to your computer, so that it can be controlled in a botnet. A botnet can be used to send internet traffic such as denial of service attacks, spam emails, and deliver other content. Another malware program brings in other software that shows up and attempts to blackmail you into buying it so that your computer will continue to work.

    How do I find the name of my Primary Domain Controller (PDC)?
    Posted by BB on Friday, June 20, 2008 @ 07:29:02 UTC (44367 reads)
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    What do we know?How do I find the name of my Primary Domain Controller, and how do I find out which domain controller I logged into? The answer is in VBScript.

    Copy the following code into notepad and save it as a file called "findDC.vbs"
    What is bluetooth? (What the heck is bluetooth?)
    Posted by BB on Wednesday, June 04, 2008 @ 08:25:12 UTC (3462 reads)
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    What do we know?Bluetooth is an industrial specification for wireless personal area networks (PANs), also known as IEEE 802.15.1. Bluetooth provides a way to connect and exchange information between devices like personal digital assistants (PDAs), mobile phones, laptops, PCs, printers, digital cameras and video game consoles via a secure, globally unlicensed short range radio frequency.

    SQL schema version changed between compilation execution
    Posted by BB on Tuesday, February 26, 2008 @ 03:38:53 UTC (6943 reads)
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    What do we know?Using Microsoft SQL Server 2000. You may see this strange type of error. This is the OLE DB error reported from an ASP.NET web page

    The OLE DB provider 'SQLOLEDB' reported a schema version for table '"{your table here}"' that changed between compilation and execution. OLE DB error trace [Non-interface error: Schema version number changed from compile time ({number}) to run time ({new number}) for ProviderName='SQLOLEDB' TableName='"{your table here}"'.].

    This article has been bumped from the Group29 Tech tips forums.
    Microsoft .NET frameworks together on the same PC
    Posted by BB on Wednesday, December 19, 2007 @ 02:48:09 UTC (4979 reads)
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    What do we know?Now that visual Studio 2008 has been released, there is yet another Microsoft .NET framework version 3.5. This builds upon the 3.0 version released earlier, so both parts are installed in separate directories. There are a couple of articles in the forums talking about .NET framework and Visual Studio issues, these are consolidated in this article.

    Override Outlook blocked access to the following potentially unsafe attachements
    Posted by BB on Tuesday, December 11, 2007 @ 05:52:19 UTC (48948 reads)
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    What do we know?This tech tip from the Group29 Tech forums has a large number of hits so it has been bumped to its own article.

    Help, I just received an e-mail from an associate with a file I need, but I get the message: "Outlook blocked access to the following potentially unsafe attachments"!

    This happens when you are using Outlook XP (2002) or Outlook 2003 and someone sends you a VBS, EXE, CHM, MDB, BAT, or other Level 1 security risk file. (See below for more). Now while a real hassle, there really is no reason someone should send you an exe in an email. So remember that this is a precautionary measure.
    DropDownList has a SelectedValue which is invalid because it does not exist ...
    Posted by BB on Wednesday, September 12, 2007 @ 08:57:40 UTC (16133 reads)
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    What do we know?Here is the scenario, I was using a gridview control in visual studio 2005. I had an itemtemplate with a label for the value and an edititemtemplate with a dropdownlist to use to select values. Unfortunately, the actual row in the main table did not have a corresponding entry in the source table for the drop down list. So I got an error:

    System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException: DropDownList1 has a SelectedValue
    which is invalid because it does not exist in the list of items.

    Comcast and the POP3 and SMTP servers
    Posted by BB on Friday, July 27, 2007 @ 13:05:22 UTC (8794 reads)
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    What do we know?When the Adelphia deal was finally inked after their corporate scandal and subsequent bankruptcy, Comcast and Time Warner acquired and split up the cable assets. I became a Comcast customer who had their Time Warner franchise taken over as part of the divestiture agreement between both companies. I expected very little problem with my cable TV, as I only subscribe to basic cable. The cable companies currently provide very little to those with HD TV unless you pay an exorbitant fee. I did expect major changes with my internet service, as my e-mail addresses were changing from (Roadrunner) to
    Visual Studio: Unable to attach. The binding handle is invalid.
    Posted by BB on Thursday, July 26, 2007 @ 09:10:58 UTC (5918 reads)
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    What do we know?In Visual Studio 2005 you may encounter this error when starting an ASP.NET 2.0 debugging session. Particularly you might encounter it if you are using the ASP.NET development server local web server running a local filesystem web site project. This originally appeared in the Group29 tech support forum and has been a popular article.
    IIS 6 - HttpException (0x80004005): Request timed out on ASP.NET
    Posted by BB on Thursday, July 26, 2007 @ 09:10:35 UTC (20668 reads)
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    What do we know?Using Internet Information Services (IIS) 6, I was getting this error on a VB.NET ASP.NET page:

    HttpException (0x80004005): Request timed out

    This originally appeared in the Group29 Tech support forum and has been a popular article.
    What are /MSOffice/cltreq.asp and /_vti_bin/owssvr.dll?
    Posted by BB on Wednesday, November 22, 2006 @ 19:46:08 UTC (27797 reads)
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    What do we know?What are /MSOffice/cltreq.asp ;and /_vti_bin/owssvr.dll? And Why do they keep showing up in my web logs? Who is making these web server requests? (This is another one of the most popular Tech Tips forum hits.)
    Failed to execute request because the App-Domain could not be created.
    Posted by BB on Thursday, November 16, 2006 @ 07:47:57 UTC (32227 reads)
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    What do we know?Another popular tech tip from the forums

    This can appear in the Windows Event viewer for IIS 5

    Failed to execute request because the App-Domain could not be created. Error: 0x80070005 Access is denied.

    You may also see this on your browser screen when you attempt to use the application.

    Server Application Unavailable
    The web application you are attempting to access on this web server is currently unavailable. Please hit the "Refresh" button in your web browser to retry your request.

    Administrator Note: An error message detailing the cause of this specific request failure can be found in the application event log of the web server. Please review this log entry to discover what caused this error to occur.
    Help! Someone is using my Credit card number! (Credit Card Fraud Help)
    Posted by BB on Tuesday, November 14, 2006 @ 14:35:57 UTC (30559 reads)
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    What do we know? Identity Theft and credit card fraud are a hot topics these days. A resourceful thief can pose as you using your name and credit card number and spend all sorts of money without your knowledge.

    Several credit cards I have possessed in the last 20 years have been used by someone other than me. It has happened with two Discover cards, two Visa cards, a Master card, and an American Express card.Fortunately, as a consumer you are well protected. In fact, the retailer really is the one who is ripped off. Not only is a retailer hit for 2 to 3 percent of the sale by the credit card company, but they also end up paying when the credit card company disputes any charges. If the charges are disputed and the merchandise is gone, there is nothing left but a police report to be filed. As the consumer you do not have to file a police report, because in the end you will be OK. Here is what to do in case you suspect fraudulent activity on your credit card.
    The Server's clock is not synchronized with the primary domain controller
    Posted by BB on Thursday, November 09, 2006 @ 14:27:32 UTC (35861 reads)
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    What do we know?This is one of the most popular hits in the Group29 Tech Support Forum.

    The Server's clock is not synchronized with the primary domain controller's clock

    Help! I have a virus, and I am going to reformat my C: drive!
    Posted by BB on Tuesday, November 23, 2004 @ 00:00:00 UTC (3967 reads)
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    What do we know?If you are the tech support guru in your social group, you may have heard this cry: Help! I have a virus and I am going to reformat my C: drive!

    This is usually followed by: All virus writers should be drawn and quartered! (or similar gruesome punishment.)

    Do not despair! Before you go off the deep end, we need to find out just exactly what the problem is. You may not be totally dead. Viruses do many different things these days. Mostly they want to gain control of your computer and replicate themselves. Past viruses tended to infect executables, usually rendering the computer inoperable. Someday, we might see a prolific time-bomb virus. But to be successful, a virus must at least replicate itself. If you can stop the intruding program from running, you can usually clear up the problem.
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