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  1. Microsoft Office 2010 SP2 Pro Plus Activation Guides & Tools Microsoft Office 2010 Pro All Product MAK Keys Download Links: Microsoft Office 2010 With SP1 RTM VL EN ISO Original From VLSC-FTP Direct Download Links l Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 with Service Pack 1 VL Original From VLSC (x64 / x86) MULTI l Office 2010 SP1 VL EN-US Direct Download Links l Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 With Service Pack 1 Volume License Edition (x64/x86) [MULTI LANGUAGES] - Torrent Download Link Checksums: ================================================================================================================= Convert The Activation From Retail Into Volume What it doesn't Guide Supported products Other info Changelog 1.4.2 -> 1.4.3 - Fixed a bug when using multiple installers with SP1 integrated. If more than 1 installer of 1 architecture had SP1 already integrated, only the files from the first processed one would make it into the iso. So please avoid using olde versions when working with SP1 integrated installers. - Fixed a cosmetic imperfection: the groupbox for the output file wasn't aligned properly. MD5: B1322D44A55985DB2CE22AA08B7A57A7 SHA-1: 0AE46DDE574D4E3BBB28E11023163E7C3191AA02 ================================================================================================================= How To Activate Microsoft Office 2010 ================================================================================================================= ================================================================================================================= Name: Microsoft Toolkit.exe Size: 25.5 MB CRC32: C6710609 MD5: E9164FBDE6BC0A0047F4D18D671E941C SHA-1: C7E2CCD61F6B51F0DF1D17F07F88572D5BE720FA Credit: CODYQX4 [MDL] ================================================================================================================= ================================================================================================================= Features: Using This Program: Latest Release Changelog: Homepage - http://www.joshcellsoftwares.com/2011/09/AdvancedTokensManager.htm Name: Advanced Tokens Manager v3.3.exe Size: 3.17 MBCRC32: 573B78D5 MD5: 20ACC86957A0DE7C9BBD66116F4F27FF SHA-1: AE76D74879F5BC87CDF7D9906CA0F8E750F2BBF9 ================================================================================================================= Additional Tools & Info ================================================================================================================= Requirements NET Framework 3.5 (or higher versions) Version Improvement: Supports Office 2013 IUpdate: Updated update check Download Link http://pxc-coding.com/downloads/office-key-remover/Office-Key-Remover- ================================================================================================================= Usage System Requirements Changelog Homepage - http://janek2012.eu/ Pkeyconfigs from few leaked builds: Download Download Link http://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/0FR84TQJ/PID_Checker_v1.1.3.590.rar_links Virustotal result 0/ 45 =================================================================================================================
  2. The years have rolled by and Windows XP is now an antiquated and unsupported operating system (OS). But just because Microsoft no longer provides support, that doesn’t mean there aren’t reasons to revisit Windows XP. They might be work related, or maybe you miss XP and want to take a stroll down memory lane? Well, the death bell may have tolled, but there is still a way of installing Windows XP, using a download provided by Microsoft. It is absolutely true — you can still download Windows XP. Microsoft knows that web developers always have a need to test their websites on a variety of browsers and OS. As such, Microsoft provides Windows XP Mode, a full version of XP that runs from within Windows 7. Now, most people have also long since moved on from Windows 7, too. Making this compatibility mode fix, well, a little unhelpful. Don’t give up though because I’m going to show you how to take that Windows XP Mode download, extract a file or three, and load it up in a virtual machine. Before we begin, you’re going to need to download and install the latest version of Oracle VirtualBox, available here. Furthermore, you’re going to need a file archive tool, such as 7-Zip or PeaZip. I’ll be using 7-Zip for this tutorial, but PeaZip comes with the same functionality. Once you’re ready, head on to the next section. Downloading and Extracting Windows XP Mode Virtual Hard Disk Let’s get started. Head to the Microsoft Windows XP Mode download page. Select Download. On the next page, select WindowsXPMode_en-us.exe, then hit Next. The Windows XP Mode executable will now download. When it completes, don’t install it. Instead, browse to the executable, then right-click and select 7-Zip > Open archive > cab from the context menu. This immediately opens the executable in 7-Zip for you to have a poke around. There are three files. Select Sources to reveal another three files. Double-click xpm. This is the XP Mode virtual hard drive folder. It should look the same as the image below. These are the files we need to create the XP Mode virtual hard disk. Unfortunately, they’re Archive files, meaning they’re currently Read-only. (What’s in an executable, anyway?) We need to extract these files to a new folder. Select Extract from the toolbar, then press the ellipsis icon next to the address bar. Browse to where you’d like to extract the files — your C: drive is fine — and select Make New Folder. I’ve called my folder Windows XP Mode, but the choice is yours. When you’re ready, press OK, then OK again to start the extraction process. This can take a minute or two. Head to the folder you created when the extraction process completes. You’ll see the same list of files. The difference is that we can now edit these files as we see fit. Select the file named VirtualXPVHD. Press F2 to rename. Insert a period (full-stop, U.K. readers) between the “P” and the “V,” and press Enter. The file should immediately change into a virtual hard disk, and the icon to boot. Installing the Windows XP Mode Virtual Hard Disk in VirtualBox Before we completed the XP Mode virtual hard disk extraction, I asked you to download and install VirtualBox. VirtualBox is a very popular, free virtualization device. It can virtualize all sorts of operating systems, including macOS (read our tutorial here), Linux (try five different Linux distros!), and of course, copies of Windows, old and new. Anyway. Onwards! Open VirtualBox. Select New. At bottom of the Create Virtual Machine window, select Expert Mode (if your window shows an option for Guided Mode, you’re already using Expert Mode). Now, give your virtual machine a suitable name. If you include “XP” in the virtual machine name, the Version will automatically change to reflect that. Even so, double-check the Version is Windows XP (32-bit). Assign the virtual machine some memory. Memory is a shared resource, meaning both the host (your PC) and the guest (the virtual machine) use it concurrently. Luckily, Windows XP is old, and doesn’t require buckets of RAM to run. I would advise assigning a minimum of 512 MB — but you won’t need more than 2048 MB. Finally, we need to assign a hard disk — the virtual hard disk we extracted from the Windows XP Mode executable, earlier. Under Hard disk, select Use an existing virtual hard disk file. Then, hit the folder with the green arrow. Browse to the folder we extracted our files to, select VirtualXP, then Open. When you’re done, your new virtual machine setup should look like this: Okay? Hit Create. Windows XP Mode Virtual Machine Disk Settings Before we boot up our shiny new Windows XP virtual machine, we need to tweak a few settings. On the VirtualBox toolbar, press Settings. Head to System. Look at the Boot Order. Uncheck Floppy, and move it down the list. Promote Hard Disk to the top of the pile. Just like your host PC, the virtual machine has a specific boot order. We want the virtual hard disk we created to be at the top, so it boots first. Under Display, increase Video Memory to 128 MB. Network Settings: Default Double-check the Network settings. Older versions of VirtualBox relied on the manual entry of network configurations. The software is a fair bit smarter these days (read: automated), and usually picks up your network settings without prompt. My Windows XP Mode virtual machine works using the default configuration. That is, using NAT, the adapter specific by VirtualBox, and making sure Cable Connected is checked. Network Settings: Host-only Adapter However, if it doesn’t work (and we’ll realize the good or bad news in a moment when we fire up the virtual machine), you can try an alternative configuration. Set Attached to: Host-only Adapter Set Name: VirtualBox Host-Only Ethernet Adapter Set Promiscuous Mode: Deny Check Cable connected Using the Start Menu search bar, type “network,” and select the Network and Sharing Centre. In the left-hand column, select Change adapter settings. Hold CTRL and select both your Ethernet/wireless card and the VirtualBox Host-Only Network. Then, right-click and select Bridge Connection. This creates a network bridge, allowing the virtual machine to connect to a network even though it doesn’t have direct access to the router (or alternative switch). When you enter the virtual machine, you’ll have to update your network adapter settings. Head to Control Panel > Network and internet Connections > Network Connections. Then, right-click the Local Area Connection, and select Properties. Highlight internet Protocol (TCP/IP), then select Properties. Select Use the following IP address, and enter an available IP address for your home network. For instance, I will enter Enter your Subnet mask and Default gateway. Unsure what they are? On your host machine, press Windows Key + R, then type CMD, and hit Enter. Now, type ipconfig /all. You’ll find the information you need listed under your Ethernet or wireless adapter name. Enter the same DNS server addresses as the host. I use Google DNS, so I’ll enter and Hit OK. Turn It On! We’ve extracted the virtual hard disk. We’ve created our virtual machine, we’ve fiddled with the settings. I think we’re ready to go. Highlight your Windows XP Mode virtual machine on the main VirtualBox window. Double-click it. Hold your breath! Looks like we made it! There is a strong possibility that your mouse will not immediately work with the Windows XP Mode virtual machine. Navigate the operating system installation pages using the TAB key, arrow keys, Spacebar, and Enter key. Complete the installation. You’ll arrive at a completely black screen. Don’t worry! Press Right Ctrl + R to Restart the virtual machine. When it reboots, you can Cancel the New Hardware Installation and Microsoft Automatic Update wizards. Instead, head to Devices > Install Guest Additions CD Image. Use the default installation location and wait for the setup to complete. You might encounter warnings that you are attempting to install unsupported software and/or drivers. Select Continue Anyway. Once the Guest Additions installation completes, select Reboot now. (If it fails to reboot, Restart the virtual machine again.) And there you have it. A working, fully-featured Windows XP installation to call your own. Note: this installation will expire within 30-days. If you have an old Windows XP license key, you can enter that to keep the virtual machine active. Otherwise, you’ll have to reinstall. That’s a Wrap Who says Windows XP is dead? Thanks to VirtualBox and Microsoft offering Windows XP Mode for free, we can revisit and hold onto Windows XP forever. It was, and indeed, remains a popular version of Windows, even for the nostalgia-inducing sounds and desktop backgrounds. That said, Windows has come a long, long way, and it is clearly no longer suitable as a primary operating system, security issues aside. Article source
  3. I'm looking for a way to use 2 network adapters and set one for upload and other one for download only, for the whole OS or only a specific program, using Windows 10 x64. any thoughts?
  4. Fast Video Downloader 3.0.0 - Full Version Promo by GOTD Overview: Download your videos, playlists, HD videos and convert with Fast Video downloader. Fast Video Downloader is software, which allows you to download videos from youtube, dailymotion, vimeo, metacafe, facebook, bing and many more video sites and convert them to iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, psp device compatible format. You may schedule your download list. Easy Three Step: Launch Application Search Video Click on “Download” More Info: Product Homepage Links: Offer: https://www.fastpctools.com/fvd/purchase.html?promo=gotd Note: Limited Period Offer. Expires in 24 hours. Current Status: Open. Downloads: https://d3v9qubugpbr52.cloudfront.net/fastvd_bcvd.exe
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  6. JDownloader 2 is a new version of the popular cross-platform, Java-based download application supporting thousands of Internet sites. The new version of the program is already listed for download on the official website, but the changelog has not been updated yet to reflect the changes of the new JDownloader version. Note: JDownloader 2's main installer ships with third-party offers. You can avoid those by using clean installers instead which you find listed on the official forum. If you download the official installer, your anti-virus solution may flag it as malicious or problematic because of the integrated adware in the installer. Also, JDownloader 2 requires Java but it appears to ship with a version so that Java does not have to be installed on the device to use the application. JDownloader 2 has been designed to make the downloading of files from the Internet easier. The program supports file hosting services and other sites, premium accounts, a link grabber that monitors the clipboard of the device for links, extensions that add more functionality such as archive extraction or download scheduling, and even automatic captcha solving. JDownloader 2 JDownloader 2 ships with a list of important changes including better plugin update handling, an improved user interface and improved performance. As far as plugin handling is concerned, it is happening in the background now and should be more reliable than before. JDownloader uses plugins to add download support for various services. The newest version of the download program ships with support for 3248 websites including many file hosting services but also media hosting sites and others. Plugins may need to be updated frequently if websites and services change download processes. Another new feature of JDownloader is the new My JDownloader remote interface that you can enable. It enables you to control downloads via web interface after you register an account at the site. Also, you will get access to mobile applications that you can download after signing in to the account on the official site. Existing JDownloader users may know the remote interface already as it has been revealed years ago by the team. You can check out the official bug tracker for a full rundown on the changes and improvements that went into JDownloader 2. JDownloader Article source
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  9. A combination of poor design choices and insecure software exposes Chrome users on Fedora desktop to drive-by downloads, security researcher Chris Evans has revealed. Despite being considered the most secure desktop browser to date, Chrome isn't perfect. One of the things that most security experts and users complain about is Chrome's auto-download behavior, which manifests by default unless a user has checked an option in the browser's settings that reads "Ask where to save each file before downloading." But this behavior is universal, not just on Fedora desktops. The problem with Fedora is how the OS handles these newly downloaded files. Drive-by downloads are very effective on Fedora desktops Once a file is saved on the user's computer, Fedora's Tracker application will index automatically index it. The problem here, as Evans explains, is that Tracker isn't sandboxed, meaning any attack on Tracker can very easily spread to the underlying OS. Furthermore, Tracker works with Fedora's Gstreamer framework, the application responsible for generating thumbnails and previews for files in Fedora's desktop environment. Evans says that Gstreamer has "questionable implementation quality from a security perspective." The researcher has put together a proof-of-concept attack in which a user who accessed a malicious website is force-fed a malformed file. When the file reaches the user's desktop and is parsed by Tracker and Gstreamer, malicious code contained within can execute via the non-sandboxed Tracker app. Chrome on Fedora drive-by download attack This type of automated attack chain is known as a drive-by download and has been used for all sorts of nefarious actions from mundane malware distribution to targeted attacks in cyber-espionage operations. Two zero-days in Gstreamer help the attacks Evans says that even if ASLR is enabled in Fedora, there are various ways in which the attacker can leverage this combination of Chrome auto-downloads and Tracker & Gstreamer flaws. In order to demo his attack, the researcher has even put discovered and used two zero-days in the Gstreamer framework. Evans has not responded to a Bleeping Computer inquiry regarding the status of the two zero-days he says he discovered in Gstreamer. Speaking to a Linux expert and Fedora user who asked for anonimity, Bleeping Computer was told the following. "The article is generally right; sadly. Tracker should use better sandboxing. The author makes some claims that are difficult to agree with [...]. But the article is mostly spot-on." Article source
  10. When you get an error saying that Windows could not find a particular DLL file, it can be awfully tempting to download the file from one of the many DLL sites out there. Here’s why you shouldn’t. What Are DLLs? Before we get started on why you shouldn’t download Dynamic Link Library (DLL) files from the Internet, let’s first take a look at what DLL files are. A DLL file is a library that contains a set of code and data for carrying out a particular activity in Windows. Apps can then call on those DLL files when they need that activity performed. DLL files are a lot like executable (EXE) files, except that DLL files cannot be directly executed in Windows. In other words, you can’t double-click a DLL file to run it the same way you would an EXE file. Instead, DLL files are designed to be called upon by other apps. In fact, they are designed to be called upon by multiple apps at once. The “link” part of the DLL name also suggests another important aspect. Multiple DLLs can be linked together so that when one DLL is called, a number of other DLLs are also called at the same time. Windows itself makes extensive use of DLLs, as a tour through the C:\Windows\System32 folder can tell you. As an example of what we’re talking about, let’s consider the Windows system file “comdlg32.dll.” This file, otherwise known as the Common Dialog Box Library, contains code and data for building many of the common dialog boxes you see in Windows—dialogs for things like opening files, printing documents, and so on. The instructions in this DLL handle everything from receiving and interpreting messages meant for the dialog box to specifying how the dialog box looks on your screen. Obviously, multiple apps can call on this DLL at the same time, otherwise you wouldn’t be able to open a dialog box (like the one below) in more than one app at a time. DLLs allow for code to be modularized and reused, which means that developers don’t have to spend time writing code from scratch to perform mundane or common functions. And though developers will create their own DLLs to install with their apps, the vast majority of DLLs called by apps are actually bundled with Windows or with extra packages, like the Microsoft .NET Framework or Microsoft C++ Redistributables. The other big advantage of modularizing code this way is that updates are easier to apply to each DLL rather than to an entire app—especially when those DLLs didn’t come from the developer of the app. For example, when Microsoft updates certain DLLs in its .NET Framework, all apps that use those DLLs can immediately take advantage of the updated security or functionality. Downloaded DLLs May Be Outdated So, with a little understanding of DLLs under our belts, why not download them from the Internet when one is missing from your system? The most common problem you’ll run into with downloaded DLLs is that they are outdated. Many of the DLLs sites out there get their DLLs by just uploading them from their own—or their users’—computers. You can probably see the problem already. Most of these sites just want your traffic, and once a DLL is uploaded, they have little incentive to ensure that the file is kept up to date. Add to this that vendors don’t typically release updated DLLs to the public as individual files, and you can see that even sites who try to keep files up to date aren’t likely to be very successful. There’s also the further problem that DLLs are usually integrated into packages. An update to one DLL in a package is often accompanies by updates to other, related DLLs in the same package, meaning that even in the unlikely event you do get an up to date DLL file, you won’t get related files that have also been updated. Downloaded DLLs Can Be Infected Though less common, a potentially much worse problem is that DLLs you download from sources other than the vendor sometimes can be loaded with viruses or other malware that can infect your PC. This is particularly true on sites that aren’t too careful about where they get their files. And it’s not like those sites are going to go out of their way to tell you about their risky sources. The really scary part is that if you download an infected DLL file, you risk—by the very nature of DLL files—giving that file deeper access than a regular infected file might get. The good news here is that a good, real-time antivirus app can usually detect these infected DLL files before they’re actually saved to your system and prevent them from doing any damage. Still, you must remember that even a great antivirus program may not provide you perfect protection. If you make a habit of downloading risky files, it’s likely to catch up with you at some point. It’s best to just avoid these DLL sites. They Probably Won’t Solve Your Problem Anyway While it’s possible that only a single DLL file on your PC has gotten corrupted or deleted, it’s more likely that other DLLs or related app files are also corrupt or missing. The reason you’re getting an error about one particular file is that it’s the first error an app encountered before crashing and you simply aren’t being notified of the rest. This can be true no matter the cause of the problem. Why might DLLs go missing or corrupt? It may be that another errant app or update tried to replace the file and failed, or replaced it with an out-of-date copy. It may be a fault in the installation of your main app or in a package like .NET. It may even be that you’re having another problem—like bad sectors on your hard disk—that are preventing the file from loading correctly. How Can I Fix My DLL Error? The only way to ensure you get a stable, up-to-date, and clean DLL is to get it through the source from which it originated. Typically, that source will be: Your Windows installation media. It’s unlikely you’ll be able to simply copy a DLL file from your installation media, but you do have a quick option to try before doing something as drastic as reintalling Windows. You can use the Windows Resource Protection tool (often referred to as the system file checker, or SFC), which will scan for and fix corrupt or missing system files in Windows. You should have your installation media handy when running the tool, just in case it needs to copy a file from there. (If you don’t have an installation disc, you can download one here.) The Microsoft .NET Framework packages. Several versions of .NET are automatically installed along with Windows, and many apps also install files from those packages as well. You can read our article about the .NET framework, which also has some advice for finding and repairing associated problems. Various Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable packages. Depending on the apps you use, you may have multiple versions of the C++ Redistributable installed on your PC. It can sometimes be hard to narrow down which one is the culprit, but a good place to start is our article on C++ Redistributables, which also features several troubleshooting steps and links where you can download the most up to date versions straight from Microsoft. The app that the DLL came with. If the DLL was installed along with an app rather than being part of a separate package, your best bet is just to reinstall the app. Some apps allow you to perform a repair instead of a full reinstallation. Either option should work, since a repair typically looks for missing files in the installation folders. If all that fails, you may be able to contact the app vendor and request a copy of an individual DLL file. Some companies are open to this request; some are not. If you run into a company that won’t provide individual files, they at least may be able to offer other suggestions for solving your problem. Article source
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  12. Hi Guys, Im pretty new here so if this not the right section for the post then forgive me & I request to admin pls. move it to its rightful place. So the issue is that I recently installed ESET SS v9 on a Win 10 (x64) and started to notice that even highly seeded MS Office16 ISO's and some other torrents were only getting 2-3 kbps down-speed and vice-versa whereas the same torrent file on Win 7(x32) with AVG didnt suffer from such throttled speeds. I've already added the firewall exceptions for utorrent for in ESET for IN/OUT connections and added all possible exceptions required for utorrent in ESET SS but it didnt worked as thought & there's section under Network option in ESET in which it displays the Connected Devices (below blacklisted IP-addresses option) and such.....in it displays list of different IP's still blocked....which I assume are definitely utorrent peers addresses. So I'm asking is there is a way to keep ESET SS and resolve this remedy ?? ; & please dont suggest to move back to AVG because the reason I ditched it cos its a memory hogger, 3 or 4 times more than ESET !
  13. Microsoft has been promising smaller updates to Windows 10, through various methods, for what feels like years, but the company is now starting to test a new Unified Update Platform (UUP) that will make a big difference. "One of the biggest community and customer benefits of UUP is the reduction you'll see in download size on PCs," explains Bill Karagounis, a Windows program manager, in a blog post on UUP today. "We have converged technologies in our build and publishing systems to enable differential downloads for all devices built on the Mobile and PC OS." Differential downloads only include the changes that have been pushed out since you last updated a Windows 10 PC. This new change will debut with the Windows 10 Creators Update that's expected to arrive in March, but Windows Insiders can start testing the technology in today's latest build update for mobile devices. Microsoft will start rolling this out to PC builds later this year, alongside HoloLens devices. Xbox One devices running Windows 10 won't benefit from UUP as Microsoft distributes operating system updates to consoles using different methods. Download sizes will decrease by 35 percent The real benefit for Windows 10 users will be when they move from one major update to another, as Microsoft expects download sizes to decrease by around 35 percent. That's a great saving for those on low-bandwidth connections, or people with internet caps. This new technology could also help Microsoft roll out changes to Windows 10 machines a lot faster. Microsoft has already successfully updated more than 400 million Windows 10 devices, and the company now ships out beta builds to Windows Insiders on a weekly basis. That's a big change from a few years ago, and it will likely shape the path for Windows in the future. Article source
  14. Microsoft has released the full ISO files for the Windows 10 PC Insider preview build 14931 that was sent out today for members of the Slow ring. These are the first Windows 10 ISO files that have been released since the big Anniversary Update and are the first with features for the forthcoming "Redstone 2" Windows 10 update that is due later in 2017. The Microsoft Windows 10 Insider Preview ISO site lets you pick the OS version that you currently use. Here are the versions available for download: Windows 10 Insider Preview - Build 14931 Windows 10 Insider Preview Enterprise - Build 14931 Windows 10 Insider Preview Education - Build 14931 Windows 10 Insider Preview Home Single Language - Build 14931 Windows 10 Insider Preview Home China - Build 14931 Keep in mind that you have to be a member of the Windows Insider Program to download these ISO files and the PC itself needs to have been previously activated with Windows 10 or with a Windows 10 product key. After you download the file, you can transfer it to a USB flash drive or DVD and then boot your PC from that location to perform a clean install of the Windows 10 Insider preview build 14931. Download Windows 10 PC Insider preview build 14931 ISO files Article source
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  16. If you open favorites on up to date Windows PCs from the favorites folder, you may get a File Download - Security Warning popup whenever you do so. The popup is a security warning that asks you whether you "want to open this file". It lists the name, type, and location, and displays open and cancel buttons in its interface. The rather strange thing is that this happens only when you work with favorites in the Windows Favorites folder. If you move the same favorite to another location, e.g. the desktop or downloads, it opens the web address just fine in the default web browser. File Download Security Warning popup Reports started to come in about the new behavior shortly after Microsoft pushed out September's security patches for supported versions of Windows. Users managed to pin-point the issue to KB3185319, a cumulative update for Internet Explorer. If you uninstall the update, the issue goes away. This is not really recommended though, as it is fixing security issues in Internet Explorer. This security update resolves several reported vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer. The most severe of these vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution if a user views a specially crafted webpage in Internet Explorer. You may process all files found in the Favorites folder to make the warning popup go away for them. The one issue however is that this won't take care of future favorites that you add to the folder. The only solution right now is to re-run the command to cover those as well. Tap on the Windows-key, type cmd and hit the Enter-key. Run the following two commands one after the other PUSHD C:\Users\user_name\Favorites -- Make sure you replace user_name with the name of the user affected by the issue. ICACLS *.URL /L /T /SETINTEGRITYLEVEL MED The first command -- Pushd -- opens the Favorites folder on the command line. You can navigate to it manually as well using CD if you prefer that. The second command -- ICACLS -- requires more explanation. It is designed to display or modify access control lists on files. /t -- performs the operation on all files in the directory including all sub directories. /l -- performs the operation on a symbolic link versus its destination /setintegritylevel med -- changes the integrity level of specified files -- in this case all .url files -- to medium. Once you have run the command, you will notice that all favorites that you open from inside the Favorites folder open without theFile Download Security Warning prompt. (via Windows Report) Article source
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