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Windows 8 and 10 Sections?
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Xcopy/robocopy most efficient way to trans. files?
The company i work for uses xcopy to copy our server files and folders to a backup folder every night, this process takes anywhere from 45 mins to 1hr 20 mins, other than trying robocopy or xcopy does anyone have a better more efficient ( faster ) idea or way that they do things to copy large tables/files/folders to a backup folder? Please post your ideas or what you do if it is different.
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I am running Windows 2000 Advance Server and I have the routing and Remote running. I have a windows XP Pro workstation that I want to access my Server remotely but when I used the network connection VPN I do not get into the server using my admin account and password. Any suggestions
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2. The Infamous Path Bug

Error: Exception has been thrown by target of an invocation.

Solution: Shorten the path of the environmental variable, run SystemPropertiesAdvanced.exe 

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4. Configuring a Windows 7 Network

There are four different types of logical networks by which you can access files and devices or share an internet connection:

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