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The Angel Food Back Office has been updated to allow people to order specials without need of ordering a box. This update applies to both the public and staff ordering screens. [ Download this file ]. Note there are files in folders, /angel-food/ and /afbo/ . Upload it to the same folders on your web site to replace your existing files of the same names.
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This message just in from “Bill” in South Bend. I have not tested it yet.
Lets say you setup your XPpro laptop to require login accounts instead of just starting up. And lets say for some reason both the administrator and the other user passwords don't work for some reason???? Readmore..
I have had two reports of the Microsoft Anti-Virus 2009 virus this week. This virus is a drive by download that pops up a window claiming there are lots of viruses on the computer and prompting you to CLICK and buy the “Microsoft” anti-virus to remove them. It is not Microsoft and it is not an anti-virus. It DOES take your credit card number and you do get charged, but the popup window will never stop popping up — it is a scam to steal credit cards.
Don’t click anything if you see this window: press ALT-F4 until you have closed everything. Clicking the X in the upper corner (which would normally close a window) of a virus popup window may not close the window, it may be all one graphic so clicking X does the same thing clicking anywhere else on the picture does — activate the virus.
Obviously if you see any request to approve installing anything, be grateful it got caught and refuse permission — DON’T CLICK OK! If you have installed the virus, the only reliable fix I have found is to save your data and reinstall everything from your system restore DVD.