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[NOT CODE] How to use Nordea netbank with Adblock Plus for android

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Just add “nordea.com, danid.dk” in the “bypass proxy for” text field in the proxy settings.

Tilføj “nordea.com, danid.dk” i “bypass proxy for” i proxyindstillingerne.

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August 18th, 2013 at 7:26 pm

[Danish post] DMR webservice fra .NET / C#

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Det kan være udfordrende at forbinde til DMRs webservice for sekundære erhvervsmæssige brugere fra .NET / C# med WCF. Vejledningerne på interessent-sitet er ikke særligt brugbare.

Derfor har jeg valgt at lægge et lille testprojekt ud, som kræver minimale tilretninger. Du skal bruge et gyldigt certifikat fra SKAT (som også er aktiveret hos SKAT) og du skal bruge service/server-certifikatet, som ligger på interessent-sitet i Dokumenter->Produktionscertifikater (dmr_virksomhedscertifikat_prod).

Efter installation af begge på klientsiden behøver du kun at ændre thumbprintet i app.config under clientCertificate findValue=”” til jeres udstedte certifikats thumbprint. Pas på ved kopiering fra certifikatdetaljerne et usynligt tegn i slutningen af thumbprintet kan let snige sig med.

ADVARSEL: flere forskellige sikkerhedsforanstaltninger er slået fra i testprojektet, disse skal naturligvis være slået til i produktion.

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August 7th, 2012 at 10:57 am

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Clean install of Windows 7 on your PDC 2009 Acer Tablet PC

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When I put an Intel SSD in the laptop I received at Microsoft PDC2009 I spend a lot of time trying to get the existing partitions moved to the new drive. I was convinced that this would be the easiest. I would have VS2010, Windows 7 activated, Office 2010, and all the drivers needed.

However after pretty much a whole weekend I gave up, having destroyed the MBRs of both disks and set a mixture of both Windows and Linux boot flags on random partitions. I was thinking that it would be another two days before I could enjoy my new laptop fortified with a 160 GB Intel SSD and an extra 2 gigs of ram, but then I stumpled upon this guide and after a very short time the little box was up and running.. with everything. New Windows 7, Drivers, VS, Office, LINQPad and so forth. All the drivers needed magically appeared in Windows Update, maybe not so weird, it sort of is a Microsoft laptop.

If I should do it again, here’s how (or in other words ‘my guide to the guide’):

Skip Step 1.

Optionally skip step 2. (I never seem to use restore images anyway)

Do step 3.

In step 4 choose B (Not really a choice) and I highly recommend Method 1. I don’t know why it says time consuming !? AH.. of course when formatting your new drive choose quick format. So in the step 5 of the ‘How-to install Windows 7 from an USB stick’ guide  the format line should be:

Format FS=FAT32 QUICK

Please select the RIGHT DRIVE, that is; your new, presumably empty drive. Use an external HDD enclosure/case/thing.

In step 5 (of the main guide)

Ignore all talk about Vista.

Do step 6. For me section B failed because my default printer wasn’t working, so I chose the XPS printer, and it ran fine. All done.

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December 8th, 2009 at 12:09 am

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