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There is a major difference in using IIS Express and the 'regular' IIS. The latter as installed by default in Windows. In short, IIS Express runs sandboxed on its host environment. This means by default it cannot be accessed outside. Luckily, you're not the only one asking this as it has been adressed on StackOverflow several times. In my opinion, with this ...


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Instead of telling System Events to restart, tell Finder. tell application "Finder" restart end tell


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You might find that Carbon Copy Cloner will do what you want. It certainly allows you to create a task to copy a given set of folders to any destination you can mount. It's not expensive ($40 US) and offers a trial version so you can check it out before ponying up the dollars. I'm assuming you have figured out how to mount your Windows Home Server via SMB.


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It is not possible to change the time-out within iTunes easily. But there is another solution to your problem. Create a playlist of an internet stream Go to the iTunes Internet tab. Select your radiostation Get Info (File -> Get Info, or CommandI) In the info screen, select the Summary section Right click the URL next to Where:, 'Copy URL' Now open this ...


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Mavericks just introduced support for SMB2. http://www.apple.com/osx/whats-new/features.html#core SMB3 is a planned feature of the next version of OS X, Yosemite.


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Try uBar (I am the developer). It's got the functionality you want, and does even more than the Windows taskbar ever did. For example, hold the Ctrl key to make it display CPU % and RAM usage for tasks...!


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try uBar, which is a Windows-style taskbar for OS X (I am the developer). Just set Window Grouping to Never in the preferences, and it will display each individual window in the bar.



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