I’ve been trying to learn how to play the classic Genesis song for the last couple of days. It’s slow going predominantly from the (relatively) massive 5-key chords that need to be played.
It seems that my hand wasn’t quite designed to work that way!
In the meantime, the pace is getting better and going back to songs that I could play reasonably well I’m finding is a walk in the park!
With a substantial amount of practice I may even be able to add another song to my repertoire! Until then, I’ll just have to cope with an aching right hand (no jokes please).
Still, it also means I’m regularly revisitng the ‘Wind and Wuthering’ album which in my opinion is a severely underrated Genesis album, harshly dwarfed by its predecessor.
Just something that was pointed out to me today.
If you type in the name of a desktop folder in Internet Explorer, IE will immediately open that foler.
The folder name even appears in the Address Bar suggestion list as you’re typing it.
Odd but true.
Recently I had some grief trying to allow non administrator / power users from using the Citrix web ICA client. Whenever the connection to the presentation server would happen, the connection would timeout with no error message.
After scouring the internet, I found an article where the system admin decided to make all users using Citrix a member of the Power Users group.
Thankfully, the solution of why the error was occurring was there too. Apparently you need write-access to the MSLicensing key for all users.
Once we did this through group policy, all of the users could connect succesfully to the Citrix applications. Hurrah!
The full key path is: