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How to Change TeamViewer ID after cloning

If you’ve cloned a machine that already has team viewer installed, the clone will have the same ID as the source machine.  Each machine needs it’s own unique ID.  To get the clone to pick up a new ID by deleting 2 registry keys, ClientIC and ClientID.

for 64 bit Windows 7 I found the key here…
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWow6432NodeTeamViewerVersionX
for 32 bit Windows 7 and XP the keys are here…
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWARETeamViewerVersionX

Notes:
This won’t work on the source machine.  The calculation that determines the ID uses hardware identifiers which haven’t changed and TeamViewer will therefore produce the same ID as before.

 

Source http://eatrocks.com/?p=166

 

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SPausnet Meters

HI I found this useful info on whirlpool and thought i might share it.


These are the display registers for Landis & Gyr EM1200 Meter installed in the SP Ausnet distribution area in Victoria.

Display
ID #……………. Description

001 ……………. Time
002 ……………. Date
003 ……………. kWh Total Usage
004 ……………. Peak Usage
006 ……………. Off Peak Usage
007 ……………. kWh for Hot water or Floor heating
013 ……………. Total Exported Energy sent back to the grid
014 ……………. kWh Peak exported energy
016 ……………. kWh Off Peak exported energy
030 ……………. Program setting

Peak Times: 07:00AM to 11:00PM Monday-Friday

Off Peak Times 11:00Pm -7:00Am Monday-Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday.

The meter updates every 30 minutes and the usage and exported energy accumulates.

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For the United Energy distribution area, only the registers 1, 2, 3, and 13 appear, with the same meanings as for SP Ausnet. – Thanks to Ghostgums for United Energy information.

http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/1550110

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