Have someone call you from the number behind TheStick.
- First press ##77 (wait for pleasant tone)
- Then press 142 (command to change setting)
- Then press 80 (commits to memory)
That is it! You are now set to wait for 2 rings before answering the line to allow for CallerID to come through.
Open windows command prompt and type “ver”. Then go to the following page and look up which version yours is to find out if it is R1 or R2. This applies to all operating systems from 2008 forward. It works for Server OS’s and Desktop OS’s.
Here is a fix to the following error message with Remote Desktop Connection when you try to connect to a machine from Windows 7: “Remote session was disconnected because there are no Remote Desktop client access licenses available for this computer. Please contact the server administrator“
The solution is delete the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSLicensing
Try connecting in again. If it doesn’t work and you get the following error message: “The remote computer disconnected the session because of an error in the licensing protocol“;
Then all you need to do is Right-Click on the Remote Desktop Connection icon and select “Run as Administrator“.
How to Repair a Windows Corrupt Profile
By Chris Hoke, eHow Contributor – Original Post
When logging in to your Windows 7,Vista, or XP operating system, you may be creating a new temporary profile instead of logging in with your regular user profile. If so, Windows has a profile list error, caused by an error in your profile settings. The system attempts to fix the problem by loading a temporary profile. Fortunately, Windows typically backs up your profile settings so you can restore them by using the Registry Editor program.
1 Click the “Start” menu button after logging in as the temporary profile. Type “regedit” into the “Search” field; then press “Enter”.
2 Double-click to expand the “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE” key in the left pane.
3 Double click “SOFTWARE”, “Microsoft”, “Windows NT”, “CurrentVersion”, and then “ProfileList”.
4 Locate the two SID (Security Identification) keys that correspond to your user profile. Both keys are named “S-1-5-21-S” (where “X” is your security profile identification number), but one key has “.bak” at the end of the name. If you have more than one user on your computer, you can identify your SID keys by clicking on each key in the left pane and checking the user name data column located to the right of the “ProfileImagePath” field in the right pane.
5 Right-click on your SID key name that does not end in “.bak” and click “Rename”. Type “_corrupt” at the end of the key name and press “Enter”.
6 Right-click on your SID key name that ends with “.bak” and click “Rename”. Remove the “.bak” from the key name and press the “Enter” key.
7 Close the “Registry Editor” window.
8 Click the “Start” button, “Shut-Down” menu, “Log Off”.
9 Log back into Windows with your regular profile to restore your user profile.