July 9, 2000

Run EXE as Logged-On User

Question: Let’s assume I am logged onto an NT Workstation as a normal user. Using one of your10-Minute Solutions I managed to get the LogonUser API to log me in

Command-Line Argument in FoxPro 2.0

Question: Is there any way for FoxPro to accept a command-line argument: c:foxpro2.0fox myprogram “Justin” Where “Justin” is a string sent to the FoxPro program ‘myprogram’ as a parameter? Answer:

Accessing the Container of an Object

Question: How do I find the parents of a control? Answer: All VFP objects have a property called “parent,” which is an object reference to thecontainer of the object. For

OWA 2000 Journal and Public Contacts

Question: Will OWA 2000 provide access to public contacts and access to the users journal? Answer: The answers to your questions, you’ll be pleased to hear, are yes and yes.

Directories That Won’t Open

Question: How come I can’t open some directories on my C: drive? I get the error”c:directoryname is not accessible. Access is denied.” Answer: I have had the same problem on

Windows NT Profiles

Question: Why are Windows NT user profiles created with extensions of .000, .001, and so on? Answer: The following is from the MSDN article Q185588, “Guide To Windows NT 4.0

Windows 2000 Defragment

Question: How can users be given the ability to run defragment without any other rights being givento their computers? Answer: There is a utility in the W2K Resource Kit called

Mail Not Delivered

Question: Quite a few users keep getting a message saying their e-mail did not reach the intendedrecipients, and also that there was a communication error and the sender has beenrejected.