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  1. I needed a function to ping many computers, and get the results of the pings in an array so to manage it easily in a script. Searching in the forum I found some interesting sw with a nice graphical interface, but not a generic function that simply return an array. a very powerful pinger I found is >nPing by Manadar, but it is designed as a command line tool, so I decided to use the entire engine of nPing adapting it a bit, so that it can be used as an udf. This code is a first attempt (beta) and it can be used to: Ping all computers (IP addresses) belonging to the (local) LAN just c
  2. Code snippet The aim is to enhance the performance of directory discovery part of a network drive, in particular when browsing a directory over a WAN or Cloud. I have noticed a significant (near to tenfold) performance profit by disabling Windows Explorer display pane ( Organize / layout / Details Pane ) Initially the key does not exist when the display pane is enabled (by default) In the example, I opted for deleting the key if $bDisableDetailsPane is set to true I have no clue what the other binary figures are meant for... WindowsExplorerSettings_DisableDetailsPane.au3 Greencan
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