Would You Like to Trace an Unlisted Cell Phone Number Owner? Here is How to Do it Fro

In this universe of science and innovation, the men of science invest their energy in research facilities looking for something new. We additionally witness their push to manage natural products. Presently this time, it is an iPhone from the place of Apple that has been pulling in all the considerations worldwide in the course of recent months. 
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The device irregularities of US can purchase this iPhone right now. Yet, the individuals of Asian nations like India need to hold up to mid 2008 to lay their hands on such an enchantment development. The telephone has joined screen and consolidates the highlights of a cell phone, ipod, advanced coordinator and remote web gadgets. It is a progressive telephone. It does things that no telephone has ever done previously yet it has likewise been said that it needs includes found even on the most essential telephones. So it has welcomed both praise just as analysis. 
 
iPhone is a small, thin, exquisite hand-held PC whose screen is a piece of touch touchy glass. The $500 and $600 models have 4 and 8 GB stockpiling and can store 825 and 1825 tunes individually. The iphone is assemblage of cellphone, video ipod, email terminal, internet browser, camera, morning timer, palm type coordinator and one hell of superficial point of interest. The telephone is so smooth and slender that makes Treos and Blackberrys look large. At the point when the glass of the telephone get smudgy, a sleeve cleans it off yet it doesn’t scratch without any problem. However, the greatest accomplishment in this telephone is the product accessible. It is quick, excellent, menu free and extremely easy to work. The main physical catch underneath the screen consistently opens the landing page showing the symbols for the iphone’s 16 capacities. Records look with a flick of finger; CD fronts flip over as it is flicked. The clients don’t need to check the phone message yet it itself checks the client. The just one catch press uncovers the holding up messages, recorded like email. There is no dialing in, no secret word. To answer a call, the client can tap answer on the screen, or squeeze the minuscule amplifier. iPhone has a speaker telephone and vibration mode however both are powerless. The music or video playback delays until you hang up. In any case, while making a call, be that as it may, the clients need to follow a protracted procedure containing 6 stages: wake the telephone, open its catches, gather the home screen, open the telephone program, see the ongoing calls or speed dial list and select a name. The call quality is simply normal yet email is fabulous. Approaching messages are completely designed, total with illustrations. The clients even can open Word, Excel and PDF reports however can’t alter. The internet browser is extremely commendable. It has different open pages, textual styles, designs, spring up menus, check boxes, interactive connections and dial-capable telephone number. Everything is finished with the tap of a finger.

My internet domain expired because the website owner died [closed]

I purchased a domain name that I was intending to use. I paid for its renewal twice. However, I just found out that the owner of the webspace (flockhosting.com) died – cancer – and he was apparently too sick to get around to renewing.

I try now to renew the domain through someone else, but I am repeatedly told that the domain name is taken. I think Chuck originally was sending the domains to someone else for renewal.

How long will it be before the domain expires, and then can be reused? The domain is mine.

What options are available to a Portable Hole owner?

I am a new DM, trying to understand the magic of the Portable Hole. I’ve read through as many previous posts on Portable Hole shenanigans as I could, but none seem to answer my questions. One of my players has managed to find a Portable Hole, thanks to the random loot tables. He’s familiar with them due to having played earlier versions of D&D. I, having never played these versions, am not as familiar. We find ourselves at odds on just how this item works. In order to keep this post short, I won’t post my interpretation of the rules, though suffice to say I disagree with the following.

  1. The Portable Hole can be opened by two people, holding it open like a sheet.

  2. If even the smallest portion of the cloth is opened, the portal is opened and the character can reach into the extra dimensional space.

  3. The Portable Hole can be thrown upwards, and unfold on its way back down, therefore opening the portal.

Do the rules shed any light on these complicated questions?

Database design – model a ‘Company’ with ‘Owner’, ‘Partner’, ‘Employee’

I’m working on an app that has mainly two entities: Company and User. A User can be an employee, owner, or a partner.

My current approach of modelling this is: enter image description here

Capacity is enum with possible values: employee, owner, partner

Someone got me confused suggesting I should have three separate tables for each of these capacities, which I don’t think is right.

I’m terribly unsure whether the capacity could grow to more in future.

Should I create another capacity table and reference it in Personnel as a foreign key, in case we wish to add more capacity? Would that be a scalable (and right) approach?

Thank you.

Can I safely sell a used keyboard without risk of new owner recovering previous inputs?

As far as of my knowledge goes, keyboard don’t store keystrokes in their memory by default (excluding those bundled with keyloggers). The thing that comes to my mind though is that some keyboards do have some built-in memory for storing user’s preferences (e.g. gaming keyboards). Can this be somehow reprogrammed to store other data than just LEDs color combo?

Can I sell my keyboard without worrying that new owner might recover previous input in some way?

Cheers, Dominic

Creating a Fortress that Allows Owner to Scry, but Blocks Others

I’m a GM designing the remote fortress of an ancient-but-still-living archmage (>=20th level?). The archmage lives in society at present, and only returns to his fortress a few times per year, or as needed, via a permanent teleportation circle.

Previously, the archmage hid in this fortress for centuries to escape persecution from…well…pretty much everyone, so the fortress needs to be protected against even high-level divination magic. For this reason, I plan to line the fortress with a layer of lead and have some permanent spells like Mage’s Private Sanctum, Nondetection, and similar, to prevent most/all divination magic.

At the same time, because the archmage has begun living in society again (in disguise), it makes sense that he would place some kind of alarm that would warn him, even at great distances, of intruders. Furthermore, it makes sense that he’d have a sort of permanent scrying system set up so that he alone could observe what’s going on in his fortress.

(Note: The archmage’s INT score is way above my own, so I figured I’d do the best I can by crowdsourcing…)

My Question

  • Is there any rules-as-written avenue for the archmage to simultaneously prevent others from successfully using divination spells on his fortress but also permit divination spells of his own?
    • If so, how could that be done?
    • If not, what might be the closest thing to it?

Staff of the Python: Can the owner communicate with the snake?

My character just got a Staff of the Python. He has been using his familiar (owl) and a friendly pseudodragon as a little army. I’m thinking of using the snake as an ally as well–but there’s no description of how much the snake can communicate with the player, if it can at all. Does anyone have any idea of guidelines for this?

From the item description:

You can use an action to speak this staff’s command word and throw the staff on the ground within 10 feet of you. The staff becomes a giant constrictor snake under your control and acts on its own initiative count. By using a bonus action to speak the command word again, you return the staff to its normal form in a space formerly occupied by the snake.

On your turn, you can mentally command the snake if it is within 60 feet of you and you aren’t incapacitated. You decide what action the snake takes and where it moves during its next turn, or you can issue it a general command, such as to attack your enemies or guard a location.

If the snake is reduced to 0 hit points, it dies and reverts to its staff form. The staff then shatters and is destroyed. If the snake reverts to staff form before losing all its hit points, it regains all of them.

It doesn’t really mention any communication, other than issuing general commands. Can it keep watch overnight, if I tell it to wake me up if it sees any enemies? Can I have it scout ahead, as long as it’s within 60 feet?

We’re deleting stale AD accounts for a company but owner wants to see the network files of AD users before deciding which accts to delete

We are deleting stale AD accounts for the companies we work for.

I contacted the owner of a particular company to help us determine which AD accounts we can delete. He said he’d first like to see what files the deletion candidates have stored on the network to help decide which accounts are OK to delete.

We have a domain admin account. Is there a way to access AD User files? Is there a PowerShell command (or GUI app) to list the files of each AD user in a clean/presentable format that we could present to the owner?

I think he’s only really concerned with the contents of each user’s Home directories (the directories containing the Documents, Music etc. folders) — and not network shares or shared folders users may happen to have access to — because the Home directories are the only directories risking deletion as a result of deleting their accounts, right?