Monthly Archives: March 2014

Finding “Prevent Performance of First Run Wizard” in Windows 8.1 Group Policy

I’ve seen a number of people struggle to find the group policy to disable Internet Explorer’s first run Wizard in Windows 8.1. Many people across the internets have suggested to set the policy registry key via Group Policy preferences. With … Continue reading

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Case of the Unknown Error App Crash – Debugging & Patching Someone Else’s .NET Race Condition

We were testing an application Supply Chain Guru purchased by a customer, however on launch it we would see a splash screen for a second, then fail with dialog message box: Clicking OK on the message box would quit the … Continue reading

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