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How to fix IIS Server Error – “A specified logon session does not exist”

January 15, 2017 by Rutledge Daugette

Recently ran into an issue with one my clients, where they were trying to access their reporting site online, but it refused to connect over SSL because of what was…

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6 Tips For Purchasing A PC This Holiday Season

December 16, 2015 by Robert N. Adams

The holidays are rapidly approaching, and some people are probably looking to buy some kind of technology for the gaming enthusiast or geek in their life. But there are just so…

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Enable Data Execution Prevention (DEP) via Group Policy, or BCDedit.exe

July 29, 2015 by Scott Rosenberg

Windows has always had a problem with backwards compatibility. It does too much of it. Windows is made to be easy on the user by default, with minimal security, with…

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New Google Maps Shows Where You’ve Been, But Don’t Freak Out

July 22, 2015 by JR Moore

A new version of Google Maps has just been released. Version 9.12.0 is rolling out with a new feature called Timeline. With timeline, it will show you where you’ve been,…

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How to Deactivate Wi-Fi Sense on Windows 10 Devices

July 9, 2015 by Andrew Stretch

Windows 10 is nearly among us and with it there is one feature that has people concerned called Wi-Fi sense, and while its implementation is for ease of use, the…

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Here’s how to enable Java in Chrome 42 and newer

April 17, 2015 by Andrew Stretch

Many of you may have noticed that since upgrading to the latest release of Chrome (version 42) certain plugins such as Java, Silverlight and many others have been blocked as…


PSA: Compromised E-mail Can Mean Compromised Everything.

January 6, 2015 by Benjamin Jeanotte

We see it in the news just about every day now. Stories about how some big company had its user-data hacked and stolen, or maybe how fake cell phone towers are…

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Changes for Twitter’s timeline system are coming

November 13, 2014 by Luigi Savinelli

Kevin Weil, Twitter’s VP of product, hit the official blog of the company with a post that sparked much discussion in both the tech industry and the users. Twitter and,…


The Iron Mac: How to Get Rid of Annoying Local Items Keychain Box

September 4, 2014 by Mike Johnson

You log into your Mac, the desktop appears, and before you can click on your browser to get to work or to Redditing, you’re confronted with a dialogue box. It…


Error Fix: msxml3.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error

July 29, 2014 by Rutledge Daugette

Are you getting a frequent error on your machine on your machine with the following message? [box type=”error” align=”aligncenter” ]C:\Windows\System32\msxml3.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains…

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