Posts Tagged ‘ Rename ’

How to Work with MySQL – Basic Tasks

2017/09/16
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Modified: 2017/09/10
How to Work with MySQL – Basic Tasks

This material is tested with MySQL 5.1 and 5.5 on various Windows versions. This article covers these topics: -010- MySQL Data Location -020- Shortcut to MySQL Command Shell -030- Create a New Database -035- Delete an Existing Database -040- Display a List of All DB Users -050- Display a List of All Tables -060- List All Fields in a Table -070- Free ODBC Connector is Available -080- Create a New User -085- Change User Password -090- Delete a User -100- Grant User Rights to a D/B and Show It -110- Save Database into a Dump File -120- Restore Database From a Dump File -130- Rename Database -140- Backup Database -150- Automate…

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Win 7 and Win 8 – How to Rename All System Directories
(and W2K8 Server, and R2, and XP too)

2017/07/30
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Modified: 2017/06/25
Multiple Windows Installs on One Drive

If only you could control names of directories, where Microsoft installs Windows, Data and Program Files. If you could, you  would be able to  install multiple instances of operating system on the same drive.  So. let’s do it anyway.  To do that you need two parallel installs of you favorite operating system on the same computer.  For now it has to be on 2 different drives.   You need this so you can manipulate locked files and directories of one install, while booting into the other one. Disclaimer This article applies to any Microsoft operating system, and uses the most complicated Windows 7 64-bit as an example.  This method was also tested…

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Resolved: The system cannot find message text for message …

2017/07/28
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Modified: 2017/06/25
NewCMD-Bad

What a pleasure to resolve a long standing problem.   And not by an accident.   No.  But by applying a heavy-duty problem-solving pressure tactic.  This is gold, Jerry, gold!  Can I use it? At some point you are so fed up with a problem, you are ready to tackle almost anything. Ever since Vista and Windows 2008 Server, if you rename cmd.exe for security reasons, you wouldn’t be able to see any messages in a Command Prompt, and what is even worse, you wouldn’t see any error messages. Instead all you see is something like this: The system cannot find message text for message number 0x2350 in the message file for Application.…

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