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User Name and Password Management Software

Q: User Name and Password Management Software

I am looking for software or another good idea to organize user names and passwords for emails and accounts on different websites. How do you keep up with all of your information for your emails and accounts?

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A: User Name and Password Management Software

Hello, there are several listed at the end HERE.  Some free and some not.
 
I have to add that I find the Address book I have where I write ALL of them in is invaluable.
I once had a drive die and ughhh!!

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which password management software do you recommend? i'm looking for something along the lines of roboform, which not only stores a database of your usernames and passwords but also autofills relevant fields. i'm running vista home premium.
 

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Can anyone reccommend a password management software similar to the one below that is not as expensive?:
http://www.manageengine.com/products/passwordmanagerpro/index.html
Currently, for 5 Administrator licenses it is $1,195.00
 

A:Password Management Software

I highly recommend the Pro version of Roboform, I use it all the time http://www.roboform.com/
 

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Hello,

Keepass and similar softwares have "edit/view" button where the password can be seen easily.

Do you guys know if there are any similar softwares where it is not possible to edit/view/see the password?

So: Only one master password and all the usernames and passwords would be under that for copy&pasting?
 

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I have installed a speech-to-text software application and during the initial setup it asks me if I want to participate in data collection to be sent to the company to improve the application etc.

When I click on either the Yes or the No, I get prompted for my Windows User name and Password. I enter the ones that appear on the Windows Welcome screen ( and work!) but an error message pops up saying that "no mapping between account names and security ID's was done".

The application setup menu says that "currently your Administrator (me) has not been configured to run data collectiuon at a scheduled time. Press Configure to correct this issue", but doing so only gets the user name/pasword prompt again.

I have been into the User and Computer Management on Control Panel and ticked pretty well everything I can find to let me do whatever I like as an Admin but still no joy.

Searching through HELP advises that it is the Task Scheduler asking for these details. I remember that on XP you could somehow disable Task Scheduler from working but can't seem to find it on Vista Home Premium.

So is there someway to get around this as I feel I am missing a step somewhere ..........?

Thanks all!
 

A:Solved: Cannot get past Windows User Name/Password during software installation

Found that the User name is really SYSTEM even though I have used my normal log in name - duh!

Anyhow all fixed
 

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Hey guys,

After spending most of the day trying to get my head around user management and getting nowhere, I'm asking for help.

I've built a PC, and freshly installed windows 7 on a computer for my girlfriends family. I want one normal-user password protected account at the welcome screen, but I want them to be able to use administrator rights when necessary.

The default profile created during instillation (lets call it User1) has administrator powers. User2 has only user rights, and of course there is disabled/hidden Administrator account with elevated admin rights.

When I tried to configure this last time by hiding User1 and Admin, I ended locking myself out of all admin access and therefore couldn't change passwords, re enable or login to UAC. I had to system restore to get back to working configuration.

Can anyone tell me how to create a system that shows only one login for a normal user, but can then access administrator options via UAC?

If I disable User1 in additon to having Admin disabled, I'm sure I will just get locked out of admin access again?

If I delete User1, and keep admin disabled, will User2 be able to use admin privileges - or will it lead to again?

I'm probably missing something very simple, but i just can't see a way to do this with having only one login visible on the welcome screen. (without the one login being User1 with admin rights)

Thankyou!

A:[W7] User management on Family PC - Admin and user groups

In Vista and Windows Seven the default account in the Administrator group that is created, is roughly equivalent to the Operators Group that was extant in NT Server 4. You could do things like install programs, register COM dlls etc.. but you could not delete system files.

I think it's a pretty good compromise.
But then again I turn UAC off altogether. So maybe I can't be trusted.

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I would like to hide active admin user from control panel so that other people wont see for security reasons.
Solved

A:Hide User from User Management in Control Panel

Yeap, that is possible. Please check this out.

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I've been thinking about the use of password managers lately and wondering whether it's worth exploring an alternative.

The problem, as I see it, is with having one master password - I know this is supposed to be kept securely by the developers, but I've heard of several security scares in the last few years. Of course, this is much more secure than simply using the same password everywhere, but if hackers were able to gain access to people's master passwords, surely it would be a goldmine for them and disatrous for everyone else! Even if the master passwords are well protected, this is possible, right?

Back to the alternative... what do you think about the possibility of devising a new unique password each time, writing it down, and physically guarding it. However, this would just be for the accounts you deem most vital, so a password manager could still be used for less important accounts. I know it sounds inconvenient, and I suppose it would only work if you're not prone to losing things, but could be a viable option?

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i was wondering if there were any 3rd party programs i could use to further restrict user acess to certain programs/sites. i'm setting account for my brother on my computer and i don't want him to be able to do too much

A:user management for xp

Well, if you have XP Pro or 2000 Pro you can use gpedit to restrict him from running certain programs, or you can specify only allowed applications, as well as block/tweak many other settings.

In XP Pro > Start>Run>type "gpedit.msc".

Note, some sections are only for the current user, thus here is what you do if configuring "Current User" policies:

1. Make his account admin
2. Log on to his acct
3. Open GPEdit
4. Set the Policy
5. Log him off, log in as yourself
6. Make him limited again.

This way you can set policies for him and he can't change them back.

MESS WITH POLICIES AT YOUR OWN RISK!

You can also block harmful websites with a HOSTS file. Download it from here: http://www.mvps.org/winhelp2002/hosts.htm

You can also add entries.

Just type
127.0.0.1 siteyouwanttoblock.com

at the end of the file you downloaded.

Hope it helps
BMR777

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Hi, I'm desperately looking for something I need for my startup. I have a payroll business and am wanting to expand to include online payroll features for my website. I use WYSIWYG Web Builder to create and edit my website. I have no coding experience so I need either a 3rd party software or website to help me out, or someone I can pay a fee to complete this for me.

1. I want them to be able to create an account on the website. Then they can see their personal profile page.
2. I don't need them to add all of their information to create the website, but after the account is created, I need them to fill out the rest of their information.
3. Then I need them a page to add, edit, delete and view all of their employees. And maybe a table or something for the user to enter the hours for each employee and then can hit a submit button. The data can just be sent to me via e-mail or by being connected to an excel spreadsheet that is updated when they submit their data.

That's all I pretty much need. I know it's going to require a database for that information to be stored and retrieved. I know that the pages will have to have a good amount of security and protection as it will have private data stored on these pages and in these databases.

I know WYSIWYG has a user login system but it's rather simple for what I need. Is there someone rather cheap that can work with me on building this or is there an open source software or something similar that I can use ... Read more

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For security reasons, Microsoft does not allow parents (computer administrators) to check on, maintain, adjust or otherwise enter their kids' (limited users) XP profiles without either resetting their passwords or waiting for them to come home and being confrontational about it.

Ideally I would like to be able to log on to a limited user account from my administrator account without tampering with anyone's passwords-resetting them or otherwise. Actually, I have little interest in the (step) kids' personal life and stuff. Alternately, perhaps you may help me with my ultimate goal: limiting screensaver activity:

My arrogant and belligerant teenage stepson likes to customize the family room to his tastes rather that leave it to the generic unbiased interest of the family in general. Latest, he has designed his "my pictures" screensaver somehow to override cmos settings to illustrate various pictures of himself for unlimited time rather than allow cmos or windows to shut off the monitor after periods of inactivity. Typically he would prefer to be confrontational about it, fight and argue over the issue stressing out his depressed mom in the process; I do not want to fight-I just want my monitor to go off after a while of non-use and not be kept on by XP. Sorry about all the disfunctional family issues I had to mention for background. It is hard dealing with an aggressive controlling kid. Obviously most of the time the computer is left on his profile but... Read more

A:Find or Bypass XP Limited User Password W/out Reset or Adjust User Screensaver

looks like you have no choice in resetting passwords, who's house is it anyway???
 

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Hi
In A domain environment when i rest a user password from active directory users and computers he is unable to login to Windows with new password. He is configured to login through wifi And we are using single sign on in the wifi settings. This issue is only affecting few users. connection to company wifi network is authenticated through 802.1x. so we manualy create a wifi profile for 802.1x .


At the dual login screen the new credentials (we are using active directory credentials for wifi since it's 802.1x) are entered. First it spits an error that unable to connect to wifi. Then windows spits an error of invalid user name or password.

If we enter the old credentials at login in both wifi access and windows access we are able to login to Windows (it logs in with Cached credentials) but I it obviously is unable to connect to wifi network.

The user is a member of wifi group so he has access to wifi and he can access wifi through his iPhone.


Also another observation is that if I login with his Cached credentials and configure a wifi profile /connection using his new (reseted password) password windows spits an error that cannot connect to the network.

So the core issue is that after reseting his password from active directory users and computers he cannot connect to wifi through windows.






The workaround that currently I do is i login with his Cached credentials to Windows and then i use my own credentials to configure wifi connecti... Read more

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Hi all,

We are having a real issue with local profiles / user profile service on our domain.
Our staff accounts are using local profiles. When a staff member changes their password something is happening to their profiles on the machines that their local profile is stored. When they try to login the machine is getting stuck at "Please wait for
the user profile service....". It never continues, we have left for 30 mins or more and it doesn't continue.

We are currently having to use delprof2 to remove their profiles from ALL machines they have previously logged into which is a lot of hassle. 

We first noticed this issue when we upgraded our workstations from windows 7 to windows 8. 
I was hoping that upgrading to windows 8.1 would fix the issue but sadly it doesn't. This is causing us major hassle on our domain.

It only affects people with local profiles... our students use mandatory profiles and they are not affected.

Our DCs are 2012 R2. 

I have trawled google but cannot find any information on this. At our yearly microsoft meeting i asked our regional account manager and he couldn't believe the issue. He had never heard anything like this before.

From the event log, the only thing i can see is that it is not finishing the load of the user profile. 
Under user profile service events it shows this:

Event 1: Recieved user logon notification on session 2.
Event 2: Registry file C:\Users\USERNAME\ntuser.dat is loaded at ... Read more

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dont know user account control password AND no administrator user so i cant download/install anything, cant update, and i cant change any settings someone please help PLUS i just got this computer iv read some other entrys where people had the same problem as me they said to do a system reboot in safemode but i dont know how. can someone help me? thank you

A:dont know user account control password and no administrator user

after the bios loads but before windows start to load hit f8 and you get your windows boot options.

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My grandmother was recently hacked and she changed all her passwords herself (yay!). However she did not write down her new local user account password for her laptop.

I tried downloading OPHCrack, I burned it as an ISO file and put it on a DVD-R(only thing I had on hand) and i changed the boot order on her BIOS menu to had the DVD drive as the first priority. It does not run....I hear the disk drive moving, or spinning but the program does not run. Are there any other options or do I have to do a complete system restore to bypass this? Also if that is what I have to do how do I do that without being in her control panel?

A:Old Problem New User- Forgot Local User Account Password

Hello there "hater",are you sure you downloaded the right OPHcrack version?It should be the one that is intended to be used on,not the one being used to download and be burned on.Try imgburn,never failed me to create bootable CDs or DVDs.

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does anyone know where does windows vista backs up the passwords and how to manage them??

A:password management

Hello roqkster, welcome to Vista Forums!



In the Vista start menu click this and you can manage the password in the window that opens; be sure to post back to keep us informed.

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On a windows xp computer, I tried the trick of logging in as the "SYSTEM" user. I found a setting that allowed me to see (and modify) all the users, including "LOCAL SERVICE" and "SYSTEM". Now I want to find it on a windows 7 computer but I don't know how. I simply can't remember how I got to the settings in xp.
 
NOTE: by user management tool, I do not mean the user accounts page in control panel.

A:Need help finding user management tool.

Do you mean the hidden Windows Administrator account?  If so please see this: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/enable-disable-windows-administrator-account/

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Hi, recently i wanted to remove some users from the pre-boot user list and i am unable to do so. In HP protect tools you had a nice menu to remove the user but in the HP Client Security software i can't find such option. So how do i remove a user from the pre-boot menu?

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As a limited user, I can not choose/set the power management option! The limited user is bound by whatever the Administrator has setup. For example, if the Administrator has setup for "Max. Battery", I can not change it to "Presentation". I am looking for a software which will give the limited user the ability to change the powermanagement option without having to log in as an Administrator. Any help?

Thanks, in advance.
(XP SP3 here)
 

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I have a Compaq Presario 2100 running XP SP2.

I am concerned with logging in as an Admin by default. As such, I created another user account with limited privelidges. I use the limited account unless I am installing software.

I find that the stability of the system is worse when I log in as the limited user. If I log in as my Admin, then 'Switch User' to my limited account (keeping the Admin account logged in), stability improves.

Stability refers to the system responding to settings I manipulate as the Admin, especially power managment settings. As an example, the limited account cannot change the 'Power Profile' of the system, so I log in as the Admin to do that. When only the limited account is logged into the system, the power managment seems to do what it will with out regard to the settings specified by the Admin acount, i.e. the laptop is supposed to hibernate when I shut the lid; when only the limtied account is logged in, it does a standby instead!

If I log in as Admin, then switch to the limited account (keeping Admin logged in), the system does what is expected.

Am I going about the whole thing the wrong way? I mean, should I have a different security scheme?

I would like to not have to log in as Admin then switch as this is eating valuable RAM.

Regards,
Brad
 

A:Laptop User Management XP; Reliability

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Hi, I have win2k runs on FAT32.
I want to add one user in my system as a guest, so he could only has limited access to my computer,i.e. using IE, download, but not full write access. And also can't see the folders belong to me(administrator).
But when I log on as this "guest" account, I can still access the folers of administrator be entering C->Documents and Settings->Administrator->, so in fact the user setting is rather weak.
I am just wondering that in FAT32, is it possible to acheve my request? Cuz I heard from someone only in NTFS one could do so...
Thanks.
 

A:User management in win2k under FAT32

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We have a remote user using windows 7 pro 32 bit and  cisco vpn 5.0.07.0410 on his laptop.
The remote user is prompted to change his password while he is connected to the domain during the vpn session.  He follows the prompts to the change the password.
When he performs the following Ctlr+Alt+Del, selects lock, and now tries to unlocks the laptop with the new password he  receives the message of 
?The trust relationship  between this workstation and the primary domain failed?
In order to get into the laptop   the remote user restarts the laptop and uses the old password with his domain username.
Even though he is vpn into the network  the remote user  is unable to gain access to any network resources since domain password was changed.
VPN password and domain password are different.  The Cisco VPN username/password account is keep on the ASA.  The domain username/password is keep on a Microsoft server. 

Does anybody know how to get the changed domain password onto the laptop while VPN?

Thank YOU!

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I have a HP 17-f020us 17.3-Inch Touchscreen Laptop with window 8. I dont what to have to remove the battery to do this. Way to much for me to try to do. I would like to know how to do it through the Bios.
Thank you,
Rhonda
 

A:How do i remove/disable my Bios Password "i know my user password

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Hi

What is the 'best practice' for managing one's passwords?

A) HOW SHOULD I STORE PASSWORDS?
Problems:
1. I need to manage a fairly large number (i.e. 50+). So there are too many to remember.

2. Obviously I don't want to keep them inside a simple unencrypted text file, in case my data gets hacked.

3. If I download dedicated password application how can I trust it?(!)

4. I don't trust 'The Cloud' nor any of the big data owners: google, apple, amazon, drop-box et al.

5. I don't want to be tied to anything that I cant migrate with me onto my next hardware, when I come to upgrade my PC(s).

Either way I dont really want to pay anything (certainly not more than a few dollars) for this security.

I was thinking of using something like TrueCrypt to create a virtual drive (that I encrypt robustly) and then storing my passwords in an ordinary text file.
That way I would have a single master password (for TrueCrypt) which would give access to all the other passwords.
[Aside: Obviously if I forget my master password I'm screwed!]
B) PASSWORD CONVENTIONS
As you know many sites require passwords that meet specific rules e.g.
- At least one upper AND one lower case letter
- At least one digit
- No tripplets (three characters the same next to each other) (iTunes!)
- No more than 16 characters

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A:What is 'best practice' for password management?

I have gone through the same thing. Most of mine I don't worry too much about, like this site. If anyone discovered my password here, what harm could come to me, except someone typing messages under my name, no big deal. The only ones I really worry about are my bank, paypal and ones like that where money is involved. I have a word document with Passwords that is buried in a file and is doubtful anyone could find it.

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Hi

What is the 'best practice' for managing one's passwords?

A) HOW SHOULD I STORE PASSWORDS?
Problems:
1. I need to manage a fairly large number (i.e. 50+). So there are too many to remember.

2. Obviously I don't want to keep them inside a simple unencrypted text file, in case my data gets hacked.

3. If I download dedicated password application how can I trust it?(!)

4. I don't trust 'The Cloud' nor any of the big data owners: google, apple, amazon, drop-box et al.

5. I don't want to be tied to anything that I cant migrate with me onto my next hardware, when I come to upgrade my PC(s).

Either way I dont really want to pay anything (certainly not more than a few dollars) for this security.

I was thinking of using something like TrueCrypt to create a virtual drive (that I encrypt robustly) and then storing my passwords in an ordinary text file.
That way I would have a single master password (for TrueCrypt) which would give access to all the other passwords.
[Aside: Obviously if I forget my master password I'm screwed!]
B) PASSWORD CONVENTIONS
As you know many sites require passwords that meet specific rules e.g.
- At least one upper AND one lower case letter
- At least one digit
- No tripplets (three characters the same next to each other) (iTunes!)
- No more than 16 characters

Double-click problems
Some sites allow extended ASCII characters (e.g. ?$%^&*) , which give VASTLY better security of course. BUT they are a mighty pain to use regularly because if you... Read more

A:What is 'best practice' for password management?

Remember ,i just keep trying till i get it right ,

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Does Microsoft offer any password management solutions? We have hundreds of service accounts that we maintain passwords for and today keep them in an encrypted file (with a password on that file).   Any alternatives in the Microsoft solution suite? 
or 3rd-party recommendations?

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Hi there,

i just wanted to inform anyone whom it may concern that if you have the user account management popup bugging you repeatedly wether to allow changes to a program called "fsystem.exe" or not, it is likely a trojan that will not be recognized by most programs, but according to virustotal it is at least detected and destroyed by a handful, even free programs (in my case it was AVG Free Antivirus 2011).

There are two files related to that trojan: nskusvc.exe located in user\username\appdata\roaming\microsoft\windows\templates...followed by numbers (5 digit underscore 5 digit) which is a service running under the same name ("nskusvc" service in taskmanager) and is normally not deletable, thus the folder containing AppData is also locked (access denied even to administrator). And there is the second file, "fsystem.exe" (also a process in taskmanager)which is deletable in its folder (c:\windows\Syswow64) but returning after some seconds - same goes with the process. Both are korean origin, "language korean" and seem to be part of a trojan (some sort of win32 agent). Most Antivirus-Scanners dont find them. But there is one free program according to virustotal.com who can find and destroy both:

All you gotta do is download AVG Free Antivirus 2011 and install it - it will find and delete that trojan without a scan, just immediately on first startup. Then you can keep it as virusprotection or no... Read more

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Hi
Could anyone suggest good MP3 management software for XP? preferably free or not too high a price, something that works. I have searched Google and there are loads but Im not sure what to get.

I am trying to back up my CD & Vinyl collection & would like organize,edit track numbers & some file names, the problem I have is that there are some duplicate tracks under slightly different names would it be possible to create a play list or something and delete duplicate files to save disk space while still keeping original album(S) track list to play & burn


Any Help Appreciated
Thanks

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I'm drowning in a mix of scrambled uppercase, lowercase, letters, numbers and symbols here. Drowning, I tell you.

I'm looking for one of those apps that remembers them all for you, and even enters them into webpages for you when you hit a preset key combination, e.g Ctrl. X.

Now, these are passwords, mind you. The program should be encrypted and secure. And preferably of a small size, so I can install it on a thumbdrive.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!
 

A:Any good password-management utilities? (XP)

Look at A1 Roboform.
Gene
 

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To allow a limited account user to manage fonts in XP, all I needed was to give the user permission to the following keys
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Type 1 Installer\Type 1 Fonts
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Fonts

I was not able to do the same with Win7. First the "Type 1 fonts" key is gone (or moved), second my font software Maintype refuses to launch until an admin password is given (same for direct drag and drop in the fonts folder). Any suggestions on which keys should be permitted for writing to the fonts folder?

YOUR HELP IS GREATLY APPRECIATED

A:[Regedit] Font management for Win7 limited user

It's the UAC. All worked fine after disabling it in the control panel :)

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To allow a limited account user to manage fonts in XP, all I needed was to give the user full permission to the following keys
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Type 1 Installer\Type 1 Fonts
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Fonts

I was not able to do the same with Win7. First the "Type 1 fonts" key is gone (or moved), second my font software Maintype refuses to launch until an admin password is given (same for direct drag and drop in the fonts folder). Any suggestions on which keys should be permitted for writing to the fonts folder?
YOUR HELP IS GREATLY APPRECIATED

A:[Regedit] Font management for Win7 limited user

Have you tried simply giving the fonts folder "local user" permissions of "modify" instead of read?

edit: I haven't tried this, so I'm unsure of the outcome.

you may need to release the inheritance from it's 'parent' directory "windows"

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Forgive me if this isn't in the right spot. I didn't know where to put it.

I'm looking for some software that we can use to manage our printing in our office. We have a couple printers that we print on each day and we'd like to track how much gets printed through there. I've found some stuff, but the main function I'm looking for I'm not sure they offer. We aren't trying to see who prints the most or waste paper or anything (we don't really see that as an issue) but instead we need to track our reimbursable.

All of our printing (for clients) gets charged back to the client. Basically I want something that when you click print on your computer, you have to select what project it's for. Maybe just enter the project number. Then the software tracks how many pages (of both 8 1/2 x 11 and 11 x 17 separately) so at the end of the month we have a total of how much each project requires we print.

Does anyone know of software that can do that?
 

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Is there a contact management program in the market that does NOT interface with MS Outlook? I used to use Maximizer, but they do not have a PocketPC link. I switched to Act! which is a complete disaster when it comes to the PocketPC link. There are some serious flaws in the program and they don't seem to care much about trying to fix them. I would like to find any contact management program that has calendar, contacts and task lists that do NOT interface with MS Outlook. Thanks....
 

A:Contact Management Software

Why not just use Pocket Mirror or the Palm Desktop software? You DO NOT have to interface any contact manager with Outlook it is normally a feature because a lot of people use Outlook. Isn't there a default contact manager that comes with PocketPC (I am assuming Outlook) and why are you so dead set against not using Outlook?
 

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Hi
Does any one know of software that will allow me to keep track of debtors and creditors in a business and also allow me to send e-mails to them?
 

A:Business management software

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I am looking for an open source network management solution. If possible it should have an agent that runs on each computer and reports back to the server. Does anyone know of solution like this?
 

A:System management Software

The ones doesn't have an agent but I have always wanted to try it.
http://www.spiceworks.com/

I believe this one does run as a client.
http://www.steelsonic.com/si.htm
They also have their old version as freeware.
http://www.steelsonic.com/sione.htm

Or this.
http://www.emco.is/
 

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I have so many files stored here and there on my computer and my office server..It is very difficult for me to find out final usable files for reference later.. are any of the group members aware of any software which can manage all these things smoothly.
 

A:Data Management software

I have a Document Management Access Database that keeps a record of all your files and opens them at the press of a button.
If you have Access you are welcome to a copy.
There may be some file types it does not open, but it handles most of them.
 

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I have been asked to research computer managememt software for our small/medium company. We have 80 machines in our office running Win2k sp2. We have a LAN and are running Win2k advanced server. What we are looking for is inexpensive software that will allow helpdesk tech's to correct user problems on their machines from one location, rather than have to go to the office they are located in -- remote desktop control, etc. Does anyone have any suggestions, or where I should start looking?

Thanks
 

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Im looking for a good desktop management software. Can anyone send me in the right direction?

Scriptlogic Desktop Authority??
ManageEngine Desktop Central??

If you know of others that are better please let me know!

If Im in the wrong forum can you please refer me to the right one!

Thanks!
 

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I'm looking for font management software. I don't want to fill my windows/fonts folder with my own fonts every time I'm working on a project. I want to keep my fonts separate and only turn them on when needed. Like temporary fonts. Then turn them off again. The windows/fonts folder shouldn't be touched/enlarged, just containing the default windows fonts.

Any advice? I guess it isn't possible to temporarily turn on fonts without installing them in the windows/fonts folder?

A:font management software

That sounds like a good idea but I don't know of anything that will do that. Modern PC's and moder OS' such as Win 7 do not have a problem with a large amount of fonts. And, if you are having space problems on the hard drive, it's really time to upgrade the hard drive rather than limit items such as the fonts.

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My company is currently in the market for assett management software. Something to manage hardware as well as software licensing. We would like the product to be able to pickup any devices connected to the network on its own. If not we are willing to put a client on each of our devices. Any products or references would be a big help. Thanks BC!

A:It Asset Management Software?

Out of the few offerings I looked at this one impressed me.The features look good and the web site is very professional.I have never used this software and have no knowledge of it except that it exists. Please don't take this as a recommendation,just a link for you to help find a solution.http://www.ilient.com/?adgrp=SysAid

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Anyone know of any good driver management freeware?

Something like a Secunia of drivers?
 

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If it ain't broke don't fix it.

In my book there is NO Good driver manager, as there is no need in installing a drive unless one is having problems.
 

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I am wondering if there is something similar to iPhoto for Windows that is either free or affordable? I'd like to have something that can manage and edit my photos. I especially liked how iPhoto would allow you to email photos directly and it would auto size them for email if there were fairly large.

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I haven't used it myself, but have heard several people mention Picasa is like iPhoto for windows:

Picasa

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I'd like to talk about accounting and billing control application provides facility to mange financial records and reports of company. Bill tracker tool manages to bills, payable,
receivable accounts, payments, tax, payroll, fund etc. 
For instance,  financial accounting software is compatible with
various windows operating systems such as 98, 2000, 2003, XP, ME, NT and Vista.

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My company is currently in the market for assett management software. Something to manage hardware as well as software licensing. We would like the product to be able to pickup any devices connected to the network on its own. If not we are willing to put a client on each of our devices. Any products or references would be a big help. Thanks BC!

A:It Asset Management Software?

Out of the few offerings I looked at this one impressed me.The features look good and the web site is very professional.I have never used this software and have no knowledge of it except that it exists. Please don't take this as a recommendation,just a link for you to help find a solution.http://www.ilient.com/?adgrp=SysAid

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Hi-- I work for a mid-sized business and we are looking for an enterprise-wide presentation management software program-- basically something that will help us manage and search a large library of Power Point slides and other content. We'd like something web-based. Can anyone recommend anything?
 

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The law office I do consulting for uses WorldOx.
http://www.worldox.com/
 

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Does anyone have any recommendations on an Asset Management Software. I am looking for something that will allow me to assign workstations and equipment to employees, read bar codes, create custom reports, etc. I don't necessarily need it to auto-discover all items on my network. I am looking to see what others are using out there and if they like it or not.

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How big of a network / business are you talking about?

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