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Brief Reality: Industries Are Flocking to Augmented Reality

While the technology continues to mature, businesses from various industries continue to adopt augmented reality to improve the efficiency of business processes. In this edition of Brief Reality, as conference season continues, we see examples of augmented reality applied to logistics processes and marketing of industrial supplies, as well as the topic of discussion at another trade show.

How To: Run a command prompt as an administrator in Windows Vista or 7

In this tutorial, we learn how to run a command prompt as administrator (Vista or 7). First, you will click on the start menu, then search for the term "prompt". Launch the command prompt, then a window will pop up with a black window. Type something in to see if it tells you the operation needs elevation. Now, click the start menu and type in "prompt" again. Then, click on the command link, right click, then click "run as administrator". Now, the new window will pop up that says "administrat...

How To: Change the administrator password in Windows XP

Locked yourself out of your Windows Professional system? No problem—this video tutorial will show you the steps required to change the administrator's password in Windows XP. You can actually change this password without knowledge of the original one. To get started, go to Start > Run… and type in mmc to open up the console window. Watch the video to figure out where to go from there.

How To: Unlock Vista's super user mode

Revision3 Internet Television and Tekzilla Daily with Veronica Belmont demonstrate how to unlock Vista's super user mode. First, open the start menu and type CMD. Right click the command prompt and select the run as administrator option. Type the code net user administrator / active:yes. Hit enter. Your system should reply with the command completed successfully message. Then, the next time you restart your system, you'll see the administrator as an option in the welcome screen. If you use th...

How To: Disable user account control

Basically there are three quick ways to run a program as administrator. You can do that by clicking on cmd. We usually use this cmd prompt for finding your I.P. address and you can modify user accounts also. Another way is to click on start and type cmd in Run. Make a right click on cmd and click Run as Administrator. Final way to run program as an administrator by having right click on the program and select properties next select Compatibility, then select Operating System and finally, sele...

How To: Hack an administrator account to see MySpace at school

This video teaches how to change/hack administrators Account/Password. Click START and find CMD. Type "net user" without the "". Now type "net user administrator" without the "". Scroll up the screen and find the administrator's name. Now go back down and type "net user administrator *" without the "". Now it will ask you for a new Password. Type a new Password which you won't forget. Now another command prompt will pop up. Just type in exit to come out of the CMD. Don't get caught and do it ...

How To: Make Windows administrator account appear at login

In this video, we learn how to enable the Windows default administrator account to appear at the log in screen. First, go to your "start" menu and type in "cmd". Right click "cmd" and click "run as administrator". Now click continue and type in "net user administrator /active:yes", (making sure you put the appropriate spaces), and press enter. Now it will say your command was done successfully on the space underneath where you just typed your text. When you restart your computer you will now ...

How To: Create a new super administrator in Joomla! 1.5

In this video tutorial, we learn how to create super administrators in Joomla 1.5. Whether you're new to Joomla's popular content management system or are a seasoned pro merely looking to brush up on Joomla! 1.5, you're sure to be well served by this clip. For more information, and to get started employing the lessons imparted by this free video tutorial yourself, take a look.

How To: Enable the Administrator account in MS Windows Vista

This tutorial will show you how to enable the Windows Vista Administrator account using either the Command Prompt or Computer management. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to can present a complete overview of the process in about three minutes' time. For details, and to get started using the Admin account on your own Microsoft Windows Vista PC, take a look.

How To: Deploy a form template in SharePoint 2007

Now you can enable users to fill out Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007 forms by using a Web browser, which makes your forms more accessible to a wider audience. This instructional video shows you how to go through the process an IT Administrator can use to verify, upload, and activate an administrator-approved form template on a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 site.

How To: Create a new standard user & admin in Windows 7

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to create a new standard user and administrator account. Begin by clicking on the Start menu and select Control Panel. Then click on User Accounts and Family Safety and click on User Accounts. Now select the "Manage another account" option and click on "Create a new account". Users are able to name the account and select the account type (Standard or Administrator). Finish by clicking on Create Account. Users are then able to make changes to the accou...

How To: Erase your hard drive from the Mac OS X terminal

Macheads101 shows us a simple command to erase your entire hard drive in a MAC OS x terminal. You can either log in as administrator and simply type "rm -rf /" to format or you can just type "Sudo rm -rf /" to start. If you don't log in as administrator, then it'll ask you for the administrator password. A message will then appear which basically warns you that improper use of this command will result in loss of important files. Next type in "sudo mount -uw /" to edit the file command system....

How To: Hack Administrator BIOS Password on ASUS Notebooks

So i ran into a problem few days ago and it seemed to be very annoying one. I got hands on ASUS X55A with broken HDD. So i changed HDD and woo enter bios password. I hit enter and got into bios where uder security tab was shining ADMINISTRATOR PASSWORD INSTALLED. There was no user password but administrator password was set and it led to that i wasnt able to boot anything. At all.

How To: Exploit Microsoft Windows in new and unusual ways

In this installment from the Unorthodox Hacking series of computer security videos, you will explore a few of the areas in Windows that most Sysadmins don’t even know exist. See how to become Local System through the Task Scheduler and abuse long filenames. Take a look at some of the features within Windows—registry—that many system administrators don't know exist with this hacking how-to.

How To: Use SmartConnect with the F5 BIG-IP Edge Client

Watch how the F5 Networks BIG-IP Edge Client solution gets you connected automatically when you boot/start up your computer along with seeing the browser based version of the F5 BIG-IP Edge Gateway. Whether you're new to F5 Networks' popular network appliance or are a seasoned network administrator just looking to better acquaint yourself with BIG-IP, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial. For more information, including detailed instructions, take a look.

How To: Use the F5 Networks' BIG-IP Edge Client

Learn how to use the BIG-IP Edge Client and its Smart Connect, Location Awareness, Customization, Deployment features. Whether you're new to F5 Networks' popular network appliance or are a seasoned network administrator just looking to better acquaint yourself with BIG-IP, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial. For more information, including detailed instructions, take a look.

How To: Configure LDAPS authentication on a BIG-IP Edge Gate

Watch how to configure LDAPS Authentication on the BIG-IP Edge Gateway with BIG-IP LTM functionality. Whether you're new to F5 Networks' popular network appliance or are a seasoned network administrator just looking to better acquaint yourself with BIG-IP, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial. For more information, including detailed instructions, take a look.

How To: Secure DNS with DNSSEC in BIG-IP v10

In this tutorial, Peter Silva talks with F5's Sr. Field Systems Engineer, Michael Falkenrath about the new BIG-IP GTM v10.1 DNSSEC feature. Whether you're new to F5 Networks' popular network appliance or are a seasoned network administrator just looking to better acquaint yourself with BIG-IP, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial. For more information, including detailed instructions, take a look.

How To: Configure BIG-IP ASM L7 for DoS protection

See how to enable Layer 7 DoS and brute-force protection within DoS within BIG-IP ASM. Whether you're new to F5 Networks' popular network appliance or are a seasoned network administrator just looking to better acquaint yourself with BIG-IP, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial. For more information, including detailed instructions, take a look.

How To: Enable the administrator account on Windows Vista

There are some people who are having troubles recovering files in Windows Vista due to access denied errors, but fortunately this video is here to save the day! If you've been getting those pesky access denied errors, check out this video to learn how to gain control of your Vista system and remove those errors all together. Now you will have full access to your system like how it should be!

How To: Use the chmod terminal command in Ubuntu Linux

This video clip shows you how to use the chmod (change file modes) command to set and modify the read, write, and execute permissions for files and directories. Without administrator privileges, you can change permissions only on files and directories for which you are the owner. Use sudo to change permissions on files and directories for which you are not the owner (e.g., "sudo chmod g+rw somefile").

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