INFO: The User Does Not Have RSOP Data – GPResult

When trying to run gpresult on a Windows 7 PC, you get: INFO: The user “UserName” does not have RSOP data. This is because the user specified has never logged onto the PC before. GPResult will only gather RSOP data from a user profile on the PC and therefore requires the user to have logged onto […]
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How To Remove My Computer From The Start Menu In Windows 7 – GPO

The removal of the My Computer icon from the Windows 7 Start Menu is a strange GPO, because it’s not found under the Start Menu and Taskbar GPO as you’d expect. To remove My Computer from the Start Menu, navigate to the following GPO: User Configuration -> Policies -> Administrative Templates -> Desktop -> Remove […]
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An Error Occurred During Port Configuration – Windows 7

When trying to configure a printer port, you get this error: Configure Port An error occurred during port configuration. Operation could not be completed (error 0x000000aa). The Operation could not be completed error occurs when you try to configure a printer port that has a print job currently assigned to the port / logical printer. […]
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Invoke Or BeginInvoke Cannot Be Called – SQL Server 2008 Install

When you install SQL Server 2008 on Windows 7, you get this error: SQL Server Setup Failure. SQL Server Setup has encountered the following error: Invoke or BeginInvoke cannot be called on a control until the window handle has been created.. To fix this, install SQL Server 2008 with SP1 (With cumulative update 4) or above built […]
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Where Is The Mouse Settings Location In Windows 7? (Registry)

Where are the mouse settings located in Windows 7? The mouse settings are located in the registry in Windows 7, here is the the registry key storing the mouse settings: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Mouse From this location in the registry, you can control all the mouse settings. Of course if you are looking for a less technical […]
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Automation Server Can’t Create Object – Remote Assistance

When trying to use Remote Assistance from Windows XP to Windows 7, you get this error: Automation server can’t create object This is because Remote Assistance from Windows XP to Windows 7 is not supported. Here’s what Microsoft have to say about the Automation server can’t create object error: Offer RA from Windows 7 to […]
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