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Access To Message Queue System Denied Windows 7 Reading Windows 2003 - Windows 2008
by SeaSerpent in Programming Languages

I have an application that reads/writes from/to message queues on remote application servers. The clients usually run on machines outside of the servers' domains/forests with no trust setup.

In Windows XP this was no problem, but with the introduction of Windows 7 it stopped working.

After some research I found the suggested Registry tweak for the server (the NewRemoteR

How to Save a Document Created in Windows Vista to Open in Windows XP or Windows 2000
by javascript in Computers
When using documents between the Windows Vista and Windows XP and Windows 2000 operating systems, compatibility is key. That can be difficult; Windows Vista often comes with later versions of Microsoft Word. These versions save documents as DOCX files. Earlier versions of Word, and other word processing programs, are tailored to open DOC files. There is an easy fix though. By saving a document in

How to make 64 bit dll compatible with 64-bit editions of Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, and Windows XP?
by nipplefish in Programming Languages

I have compiled a dll on Windows Server 2008 64 bit edition. It works fine on that version of Windows, but if I switch to Windows 7 or XP 64 bit edition the dll does not work. How can I make the dll compatible with all three versions of 64bit edition windows?

I am using Visual Studio 2010.

What Is a File That Contains Part of the Windows Registry In Windows 2000 & Windows XP?
by antonio in Computers
The registry is an important database of system and user settings in both Microsoft Windows XP and Windows 2000. The registry database is stored in a series of files on the computer's hard drive. Registry File LabelThe individual files that constitute the registry database are called "hives." Each hive can be expanded into keys and values.
Default LocationThe registry system hive files are s

Does simple windows forms work on windows 8 and windows 8 tablets?
by Nidleb in Programming Languages

I'm developing a windows business aplication that needs to work on windows 7, 8 and windows 8 tablet.
I have to use a lot of grids on this development and it must be on .net.

Does "simple windows forms" work on windows 8 and windows 8 tablets?
Is there a windows 8 tablet emulator?
Any alternative?

Can software developed on 64-bit Windows 7 run on 32bit OS (Windows XP or Windows 7)?
by cmdrdredd in Programming Languages

I want to update my work computer from 32-bit Windows XP to 64bit Windows 7, but I am worried that the software develop in 64-bit Windows 7 can not work on 32bit OS, just like Windows XP and Windows 7.

How do I create Windows with WPF that look like notification area windows in Windows 7?
by poofyhairguy in Programming Languages

Is there a way to create windows like the native Windows 7 notification area Windows with Windows Presentation Foundation? For example the audio controls or the power plan settings.

I was able to create a Window with Windows Forms that was looking equal, but still had the resize cursor when you hovered the borders. I’m using the following code:

<Window x:Class="W

How to compile Qt 4.6.3 for Windows Mobile (Windows CE) under Windows?
by David Porter in Programming Languages
LNK1112: module machine type ' X86' conflicts with target machine type 'THUMB'

I'm trying to build Qt for Windows CE/Windows Mobile and I'm following this guide:

These are the steps I took so far:

I downloaded qt-everywhere-opensource-src-4.6.3
Extracted to C:Qtqt-everywhere-opensource-src-4.6.

How can I differentiate between windows 7 and windows xp or other windows in a C program?
by kamyar in Programming Languages

and also a 32bit OS from a 64bit OS?
Are there some #ifdef I can use to detect the actual OS version and whether it is 32 or 64 bit?

Latency or context shift time when a function exported by a Windows DLL is called from a Windows exe
by DigDog in Operating Systems

I need help on this.

I am seeing Latency or context shift time when a function exported by a Windows DLL is called from a Windows exe.

How one concluded this is that most of the times the DLL exported function is seen to get completed in under 1 milliSec. But sometimes time-stamping the point from when the DLL function is called to when it returns is seen to be even 600

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