- Windows Key + Tab = Aero [press Tab to cycle between Windows]
- Windows Key + E = Windows Explorer is launched.
- Windows Key + R = Run Command is launched.
- Windows Key + F = Search (which is there in previous Windows versions too)
- Windows Key + X = Mobility Center
- Windows Key + L = Lock Computer (It is there from the earlier versions as well)
- Windows Key + U = Ease of Access
- Windows Key + P = Projector
- Windows Key + T = Cycle Super Taskbar Items
- Windows Key + S = OneNote Screen Clipping Tool [requires OneNote]
- Windows Key + M = Minimize All Windows
- Windows Key + D = Show/Hide Desktop
- Windows Key + Up = Maximize Current Window
- Windows Key + Down = Restore Down / Minimize Current Windows
- Windows Key + Left = Tile Current Window to the Left
- Windows Key + Right = Tile Current Windows to the Right
[Continue pressing the Left and Right keys to rotate the window as well]
- Windows Key + # = Quicklaunch
- Windows Key + = = Magnifier
From Windows Explorer
19. Alt + Up = Go up one level
20. Alt + Left/ Right = Back/ Forward
- The monitors must be the same resolution
- The total resolution must not exceed 4096 x 2048
- The top left monitor must be primary
- The monitors must be horizontally oriented
From the start menu, open a Run dialog. Type in mstsc /span /v:servername
Optionally, you can also use the /w:HorizontalResInPixels /h:VerticalResInPixels switches.
For the past month, I have received less than 10 emails in total. How did this happen? I used a combination of IMF Tune v4.1 for Exchange 2007 and TrendMicro Worry Free Business Security Advanced v5.1 beta with Anti Spam setting to medium.
This worked great until yesterday…. Then I started getting few spam messages continuing until today. I had a look to see if the Content Filtering Updates were happening and discovered a whole new world of working with what used to be called IMF in SBS 2003.
This is an excellent article which highlights the differences and how to make the necessary changes to update. http://www.exchangeinbox.com/article.aspx?i=123&t=5
However, I found that some of the steps had already been performed, probably by the tweaked version of Exchange 2007 that ships with SBS 2008.
The general steps are as follows:
1. Enable updates (should already be enabled in SBS2008). Go to Exchange Management Console – Server Configuration – Hub Transport. The action pane on the left shows either Enable Anti-spam updates or Disable Anti-spam updates. You can click and re click to toggle this. When enabling, set everything to Automatic.
2. Check to see that you have the latest update using the Exchange Management Shell. Use the command get-AntiSpamUpdates to check the installed version.
3. Go to Microsoft Updates to see if there is a newer version. You can also subscribe to the Exchange Server 2007 anti-spam RSS feed here – http://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Search.aspx?q=exchange%20server%202007%20anti-spam
Turns out that Windows 2008 Terminal Server Easy Print technology is not as easy after all. It is a great technology, but there are some things to watch out for.
Requires Windows 2008 with TS Role (Duh!)
Also requires RDP v6.1 (which comes with Vista and XP Service Pack 3).
Also Requires .NET Framework v3.0 SP1 or later.
The technology states that it will automatically redirect print jobs via RDP to the local printers. Most of the time, it works great. However, I found out that it definitely does not work across Remote Web Workplace on SBS2003. It requires a direct connection via RDP. Normally, this is done through port 3389.
For more information – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753853.aspx
*** UPDATE ***
Just found out that RDC v6.1 is available for Windows XP SP2.