Monthly Archive: August 2007

The new “Le Asia Supermarket” 0

The new “Le Asia Supermarket”

So… Imagine if you will for a moment… The typical asian supermarket. If you’ve ever been in one, you know they are small and super crowded. They seem to pack in as 3/4th the amount of our American supermarkets into a space the size of our typical freezer section (Sometimes less). Now, imagine that supermarket – but a building the size of a typical American supermarket. If you got that,...

Sam is no longer a techy 1

Sam is no longer a techy

I’ve declared (on behalf of all techy’s) that Sam has been disowned as a Techy. First he didn’t know what Suprnova was, then he tells me he doesn’t even care about torrents. To finish it off, he doesn’t “download much” and tries to have a “life”. Pah Sam. Pah on you and your “life”. You are no longer a techy. You are now one of the millions of lusers out...

Symantec AntiVirus Uninstall Password 10

Symantec AntiVirus Uninstall Password

Once again I run into a machine with a damned password for Uninstall. I realized why companies do this, but it is extremely irritating. Inevitably, the answer is a google away. Just to make it easier for everyone else, here’s what I did… Symantec (Norton) AntiVirus Corporate Uninstall Password Removal:-Run regedit-Find the following folder: HKLM\SOFTWARE\INTEL\LANDesk\VirusProtect6\CurrentVersion\AdministratorOnly\Security-Find the key named “UseVPUninstallPassword”-Modify Value to “0”-Run uninstall again Damn that was easy. Also, I...

Back from Tahoe. 0

Back from Tahoe.

Got back from Tahoe not too long ago. Got Ben in tow. I had a good time actually this week, lots of partying and things going on for Ben’s going away. Also, I did get some good and interesting stuff done in the office that was tech related. I’m going post about it – I swear… Regardless, tomorrow is another day of fun stuff – as we’re off to visit...

Database Server FTW 0

Database Server FTW

We have a “main” database server in the office. We do alot of different development for different groups and under different platforms, so we need access to all the major DB servers. So instead of running several different machines, they are all running on one machine. Yes, they are all running at the same time. It probably wont stay like that, since generally we dont need ALL of them at...