Only a few more days until WordCamp NYC and I’m so very excited. This is one of the first conferences (in my field) that I’m going to be attending and it’s two days jam packed with awesomeness. Besides being in my favorite US city (New York), and listening to my future husband* (Matt Mullenweg) speak, I’m really excited to be around like minded, tech savvy people who are interested in blogging and/or coding.
On Becoming a Media Slut by Michelle Leder
Curse of The Invisible Blog by Corey Eulas
Lifestreaming by Erin Blaskie
Building Your First Plugin by John Hawkins
And the Q&A with Matt Mullenweg
Disk Quota is on for regular users and only administrators can see/use the whole drive.
Open the Server Management console.
Expand the Advanced Management entry in the left pane.
Expand Computer Management.
Select Disk Management.
Right-click the disk volume and click Properties.
Highlight the Quota tab.
Disable or change the Disk Quota settings.
Go to Local Computer->Policy->Administrative Templates.
Right click, select Add Templates, select System.
Go to System, double click Display Shutdown Event Tracker, select Disabled.