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=== Question1: Why can't I open a wordlist on Windows Vista/Windows 7? ===

When you try to load any word list, the application sits with a loading circle animation spinning indefinitely.

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Look in the Messenger Pane for what the application is attempting to do (if possible). You might also find some information in Windows Logging (where is that in Vista?). To unpack the wordlist files, FoundationStone needs read/write/delete access to make files inside C:\Program Files\FoundationStone x.x\JavaSupport\DatabaseTemp\

Try an experiment to see if you can create a file there.

If things aren't working out there - question 1 can help with an approach.



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Question1: Why can't I install FS300.EXE on Windows Vista/Windows 7?

Probably due to the User Account Control settings.

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This article may give you some idea how to turn it down/off temporarily.

attachment:windowsVistaUAC.pdf

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Question1: Why can't I open a wordlist on Windows Vista/Windows 7?

When you try to load any word list, the application sits with a loading circle animation spinning indefinitely.

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Look in the Messenger Pane for what the application is attempting to do (if possible). You might also find some information in Windows Logging (where is that in Vista?). To unpack the wordlist files, FoundationStone needs read/write/delete access to make files inside C:\Program Files\FoundationStone x.x\JavaSupport\DatabaseTemp\

Try an experiment to see if you can create a file there.

If things aren't working out there - question 1 can help with an approach.

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Question2: How Do you install TightVNC, the remote access tool

This is useful for remote debugging purposes.

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["English/InstallingTightVNCForWindows"]

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