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  • in reply to: Security Software #49298

    @hackerman1 wrote:

    @thaikinh wrote:

    The application verifier trick does not work with Eaesus Partition Manager Home edition or Minitool Partition Wizard. To bad, I need to format my SDcard to EXT4 to work with my Android phone 🙁

    from wikipedia regarding ext4:”Another option for using ext4 in Windows is to use Ext2Fsd [20], a free-software program that recently has added support of writing in ext4 under Windows.”

    if that doesn´t work then you can download a linux-distribution, like fx. Ubuntu and then run the Linux-live demo, or get Knoppix.
    Knoppix is excellent if you need to access yor Windows-partitions and fx. copy files that you normally can´t access while your running your Windows O/S or if you can´t login to your O/S.

    http://ubuntu.com/

    http://www.knoppix.org/

    I understand what you mean, but first I want to format the microsd card to ext4, next I will use another software to write files to the card in Windows.

    I know about Ubuntu or Gpart, but if I can do everything in Windows, it is more convenient

    in reply to: Security Software #49295

    The application verifier trick does not work with Eaesus Partition Manager Home edition or Minitool Partition Wizard. To bad, I need to format my SDcard to EXT4 to work with my Android phone 🙁

    in reply to: Security Software #49280

    @halladayrules wrote:

    @thaikinh wrote:

    Is there any workaround to make the free Avira AV to work on R2? According to the recent VB100 test, it is still one of the best AV out there, even better than many well-known paid AV.

    Currently MSE installs and works flawlessly without any hacks but I still prefer Avira AV

    Oh you mean this?! I will provide a video tutorial on how I got it to work later.

    Thanks a lot, you made my day 😆

    But one thing is you can you the free, opensource 7-zip to extract the .exe file instead of Winrar

    in reply to: Cat. 11.6 Windows Server 2K8 R2 Fully Ready #51816

    replied just to say thank you for your efforts :mrgreen:

    in reply to: Security Software #49269

    Is there any workaround to make the free Avira AV to work on R2? According to the recent VB100 test, it is still one of the best AV out there, even better than many well-known paid AV.

    Currently MSE installs and works flawlessly without any hacks but I still prefer Avira AV

    thank you for updating ATI drivers 😀

    in reply to: AMD Catalyst 11.5 WHQL & HotFix 11.5a Server 2K8 R #51758

    Where is the “Thank” button 😆

    thank you very much, aero peek works perfectly after I upgraded to the drivers you provided, no Mobility Modder.net needed anymore.

    in reply to: Security Software #49265

    @Asian wrote:

    Avast! 6.0 Home Edition doesn’t work on server 2008r2sp1,and can you recommend me some good and free [s:3ro4ih4p]ro decrkca :mrgreen:[/s:3ro4ih4p] security software?

    Thx~

    MSE installs and works flawlessly on Windows Server 2008R2 as of May 2011, no workaround needed

    in reply to: Security Software #49211

    @Indrek wrote:

    Odd, it worked just fine for me. Do you get an error or anything when starting Avira? Are the related services (Avira AntiVir Guard and Avira AntiVir Scheduler) started and startup type set to Automatic?

    Everything is right, all the services started and set to automatic. Actually I am trying to install Avira in Server 2003 (not 2008 R2), in VMWare, but the registry key seems to be the same. 😳

    in reply to: Security Software #49209

    @Indrek wrote:

    Installing Avira AntiVir Personal Edition on Windows Server 2008 R2:

    @http://expertester.wordpress.com/2008/08/07/windows-server-2008-as-superworkstation wrote:

    1.) Start –> Run –> Regedit
    2.) Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE –> SYSTEM –> CurrentControlset –> Control
    3.) Now change the permissions of the folder “ProductOptions” –> add your user account (for example ComputernameUsername) and deny yourself the read rights for the whole folder. Be careful not to deny the whole rights for all administrators or something like that (I tried that first cause of a black out and it leads to windows not being able to boot).
    4.) Now you should be able to install Antivir PE

    In case you want to revert the permission settings just log to your administrator account. Here you can again grant your user account full rights for “ProductOptions”.

    Program Name: Avira AntiVir Personal Edition
    Website: http://www.freeav.com
    Compatible: yes, with a hack
    Issues: installer throws an error saying the product cannot be installed on a server OS
    Fix: http://expertester.wordpress.com/2008/08/07/windows-server-2008-as-superworkstation (scroll down to comment #2; article is about Server 2008, but the workaround described works on R2 as well)

    I have a problem: the guard does not work, even when I try to start it manually? Avira is the best free antivirus out there!

    in reply to: How to install Antivir PE (and maybe other non-Server Apps) #46358

    I used the trick in Windows Server 2003 (I think it is the same in 2008 and R2), and I was able to install Avira free AV, but the guard does not work, so it is useless. I love Avira because it is truly free and it has the best detection rate out there.

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