folder to something else (say, extra large thumbnails).
You will see an entry of “autocheck autochk * /r\Dos Device\C:,” which indicates Chkdsk is configured to run on the C: drive at startup.
But if I switch it back to list view, this never gets applied for all folders - they're still using the extra large view.
Obviously I can go to folder options AGAIN and apply list view to all folders AGAIN, but it makes no sense why this happens in the first place.
[CODE]Certificate Revocation Status Calling Application: Microsoft Outlook Certificate Name: /C=US/ST=Washington/L=Redmond/O=Microsoft Corporation/CN=Microsoft Corporation Certificate Issuer: /C=US/ST=Washington/L=Redmond/O=Microsoft Corporation/OU=Copyright (c) 2000 Microsoft Corp./CN=Microsoft Code Signing PCA Certificate Serial Number: 61469ECB000400000065 Revocation Status: Unable to verify Validation Protocol: CRL Validation Url: Sign PCA2Revocation information not yet valid [/CODE]My boss is getting annoyed by it popping up everytime and wants me to find a way to make it go away.
I can't uninstall the program as its part of the PKI, but is there a way to remove the certicate thats having problems?