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Ext User(Intet)
04-06-2007, 07:23 PM
Hello!

I have some connection icons in the lower right tray that is yelling
'Status Connected/Not Connected' Respectively.
The messages is persistent windows that do not go away unless I click
on it's little x.

Needless to tell that this messages are terrorizing me quite often and
that my bloodpressure reaches new levels for each time I have to
interrupt my work to get rid of them.

Any Ideas to get rid of the messages popping up, permanently??

:)
Kai Inge

Ext User(Rey Santos)
04-06-2007, 10:03 PM
Does the status don't go away even if you don't click the "x"?. If you want,
get rid of the icon too. Start > Connect to > Show all connections. On the
Network Connections Window, right click on your connection > choose
properties > On the General tab > Uncheck the box (lowest part) Show icon in
the notification area when connected.
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"Intet" wrote:

> Hello!
>
> I have some connection icons in the lower right tray that is yelling
> 'Status Connected/Not Connected' Respectively.
> The messages is persistent windows that do not go away unless I click
> on it's little x.
>
> Needless to tell that this messages are terrorizing me quite often and
> that my bloodpressure reaches new levels for each time I have to
> interrupt my work to get rid of them.
>
> Any Ideas to get rid of the messages popping up, permanently??
>
> :)
> Kai Inge
>
>

Ext User(Intet)
05-06-2007, 03:24 AM
On 4 Jun, 12:46, Rey Santos <ReySan...@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote:
> Does the status don't go away even if you don't click the "x"?. If you want,
> get rid of the icon too. Start > Connect to > Show all connections. On the
> Network Connections Window, right click on your connection > choose
> properties > On the General tab > Uncheck the box (lowest part) Show icon in
> the notification area when connected.
> --
> By rating a post as an answer or helpful, you help others find the answer
> more quickly.
>
>
>
> "Intet" wrote:
> > Hello!
>
> > I have some connection icons in the lower right tray that is yelling
> > 'Status Connected/Not Connected' Respectively.
> > The messages is persistent windows that do not go away unless I click
> > on it's little x.
>
> > Needless to tell that this messages are terrorizing me quite often and
> > that my bloodpressure reaches new levels for each time I have to
> > interrupt my work to get rid of them.
>
> > Any Ideas to get rid of the messages popping up, permanently??
>
> > :)
> > Kai Inge- Skjul sitert tekst -
>
> - Vis sitert tekst -

Thank You very much.
That was the solution and I can work peacefully ever after :-)

:)
Kai Inge

Ext User(Rey Santos)
05-06-2007, 12:33 PM
Glad to be of help. Have your blood pressure checked frequently, thats the
safest than getting rid of that icon.

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"Intet" wrote:

> On 4 Jun, 12:46, Rey Santos <ReySan...@discussions.microsoft.com>
> wrote:
> > Does the status don't go away even if you don't click the "x"?. If you want,
> > get rid of the icon too. Start > Connect to > Show all connections. On the
> > Network Connections Window, right click on your connection > choose
> > properties > On the General tab > Uncheck the box (lowest part) Show icon in
> > the notification area when connected.
> > --
> > By rating a post as an answer or helpful, you help others find the answer
> > more quickly.
> >
> >
> >
> > "Intet" wrote:
> > > Hello!
> >
> > > I have some connection icons in the lower right tray that is yelling
> > > 'Status Connected/Not Connected' Respectively.
> > > The messages is persistent windows that do not go away unless I click
> > > on it's little x.
> >
> > > Needless to tell that this messages are terrorizing me quite often and
> > > that my bloodpressure reaches new levels for each time I have to
> > > interrupt my work to get rid of them.
> >
> > > Any Ideas to get rid of the messages popping up, permanently??
> >
> > > :)
> > > Kai Inge- Skjul sitert tekst -
> >
> > - Vis sitert tekst -
>
> Thank You very much.
> That was the solution and I can work peacefully ever after :-)
>
> :)
> Kai Inge
>
>

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