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Hello and welcome. I’m Ned Martin. Ever spent a long time finding the answer to something? I have, and when I do, I put it here in the hope that it might help someone else—plus, if I ever need it again… I know where to look.
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Fixing Error 720 On An SsTP VPN
Fixing Error 720 on a Server 2008/2008 R2 Secure Socket Tunnelling Protocol (SSTP) VPN.
How To Clean A BA Ford Falcon Cabin Air Filter
Is your Ford Falcon air conditioning or heating not blowing as much air as it used to? Have you cleaned your cabin air filter recently? Here’s how.
Delete Photos Without Descriptions From Google Photos
How to delete photos without descriptions from Google Photos using a Greasemonkey/Tampermonkey script.
Control Caching Of Dynamic Web Pages
How to control caching of dynamic web pages.
Send An Email To All Group Managers Via A Reactive Rule In Drupal 7
The idea was that when someone signed up and requested to join a group, the administrators (not just the author) of that group would get an email letting them know someone had requested access.
How to protect files from hotlinking
Drop In PHP Caching Function
Cache complex content using PHP without greatly modifying the existing code structure.
Reset The Desktop Windows Manager In Windows
How to reset the Desktop Windows Manager in Windows.
How NOT To Redirect OWA On Exchange 2010
How to simplify the Exchange 2010 OWA address without causing all sorts of problems.
Useful Kodi (XBMC) Things
A few things I have found useful while running Kodi (XBMC)
Why Do Golf Tees Go Backwards?
Why do golf tees go backwards when the ball is hit?
How To Fix Windows Live Messenger For Mobile Problems
How to fix Windows Live Messenger for Mobile problems.
Bypass PHP Output Buffering When Using Apache Mod_deflate
How to output content immediately to the browser by bypassing PHP’s output buffering using flush() & ob_flush() while still using Apache mod_deflate to compress page contents.
Perform A Regular Expression Search And Replace
This page lets you perform a PHP perl-compatible regular expression find and replace using preg_replace.
This page lets you do various things to text, and gives you the encoded, decoded, or otherwise converted text back.