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IMHO it's bad, I wonder how the pain from it stores in the unconscious / subconscious mind and later affects the personality.
The title really says it all. See it in action."
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His closing really sums it well: All in all, this is a completely horrible document that shows how the European Commission prepares to legislate post-ACTA. The proposals above have already entered the legislative process and will result in a real legislative proposal. We need to stay more vigilant than ever."
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I know that I can get Properties --> Security for each folder, but understanding the effects of putting Person 1 into Group X would be impossible to envision given the size of our network storage. I'm looking for a way to create a x-mas tree diagram of our file system, along with being able to light up the parts that are assigned access to a specific group. For example, it should be able to answer the question "What folders does Group X have Modify access to?"
I know that ICACLS does this, but it doesn't generate a visualized map. It also doesn't output structured data. If I could somehow expert all data into MS Access, I could probably create some kind of rudimentary GUI to navigate the folder structure.
I'd appreciate any advice."
Have you ever used a public wireless network that has a splash screen such that you have to agree to certain terms before going to the Internet? The author of this article will show you step by step how to build one of those using OpenBSD’s Packet Filter (pf).
However I love the way how can I customize Youtube with extensions or usersrcipts, how add blocking works (btw here's a generator for common ad source in many formats, one of them is Opera's urlfilter.ini here http://pgl.yoyo.org/as/ It completely different experience to surf the web with ads blocked or not.
Microsoft services like Technet and MSDN forums are also crippled in Opera but I know it is not Opera's fault.
Opera is unbeaten in working with lots of tabs - try working with 30+ tabs in other browsers and compare the speed and responsiveness of the user interface. Opera link is just great - there is simply no need for services like Readitlater on Instapaper if you have Opera Mini or Mobile on your phone / tablet, the bookmarks just sync there too. If it has problems it is most probably Flash error or situation where too many extensions and/or userscripts are processing the page.
I miss just better session manager preferably with syncing via Link.
Quoting: We have been publishing and updating a comparative test of VPN services in German since 2009 which points out which VPN services log their users‘ IP addresses and which do not. Due to the current interest I am providing an English version of the short summary of the results (last updated: 02/06/2011).