Vista Forums

Hey, we’ve got Vista Forums online – including categories for Multimedia, Networking & Sharing, Performance Management, Scan, Security, General Discussions, Hardware Devices, Games, File Management, Account Administration, Mail, and Setup & Installation. Each one of these Vista forums has a separate RSS feed, too – so if you want to track what’s happening in the world of Vista support, you can do it with ease. The forum servers are much happier now, and we’re only going to add more categories over time. Vista Help, ho!

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  2. Chris,
    I watched your youtube video on upgrading from Vista to XP and I found it refreshing! I think Microsoft makes changes to fix things , and changes things that aren’t broken. This is a major issue in the automotive repair field, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!” Or you may get the blues! I have three computers on my home network that are XP desktops and on laptop that has Vista on it. Networking is a problem with Vista when your Print server is an XP machine. I can see the printer on my XP machines but not on my wifes Vista laptop. I know there has to be a work around somewhere but why did they go changing things when they were working great?!! You can’t fix stupid!
    I believe Microsoft could make a lot of needed and necessary changes without jepardizing their virtues! Progress by shooting yourself in the foot is not progress. I think a lot of your points in your video about upgrading from Vista to XP hinge on fixing what isn’t broke.
    I have put your website in my Favorites and will check it out from time to time. Thanks for doing what you do.

  3. The article at http://govindgsr.wordpress.com/ challenges the sanctity of whole Vista Operating System. The author is doing some nail bitting tasks like:
    (1) logs-in a User through Run As Administrator option.
    (2) forces a User to have Dual Identity.
    (3) logs-in a User in the Invisible mode. (The remarkable aspect about this Invisible User is that , Its a Super User which is logged in silently within the
    Standard(Limited) User account and almost every security Feature/Policy of VISTA FAILS to get applied here. This Invisible Ghost User has got the Full
    Unrestricted access to the whole System. It can perform any operation without any barrier(i.e.Neither UAC pops up nor anything stopping it) and without
    any notification to the operating system.)
    (4) logs-in a 2 Users in one session. More than 2 users can also be Logged-in into the same session.
    (5) forces 2 users login & working together in a Standalone System at a time. More than 2 users can also be Logged-in a Standalone System.
    (6) compels dual Sign-on of a User.(User Login-in twice without Logoff/shutdown etc..)
    (7) compels the Same User to have a dual set of privileges.
    (8) forces permanently Shut-down of UAC without editing/changing the security/system policies.
    (9) forces the UAC to have a dual behavior.

    I am very much interested in knowing what microsoft is doing about this issue.

    Video is located at Youtube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRCx_Yovj4U

    Any Idea Chris how come this happened..?

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