Jul 3, 2015

Network Access Error between two Computes in Sify Network

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Network Access issues between Computers / Servers

The Sify Network was implemented almost in all the Post Offices to ensure the network security. But we are facing many issues like non connectivity of network, web portal access, network slowness, etc., in day today work.

While analyse the above cases, in most of the time the NSP1 (BSNL) of the sify network having issues. The NSP1 issue also fixed by BSNL through M/s Sify Network Provider.

we have to logged the complaint in Sify Portal if we have problem with Sify Network.

Site : http://172.16.5.16:8080/CAisd/pdmweb.exe (In Active Directory ) 

In some cases

The network was not accessible between the Clients or Server to Client or Client to Network Printer even connection of sify network is in working condition.

Check the Settings of LAN Connectivity

  1. Go to Network Connections (Network and Sharing Center ) 
  2. Open Local Area Connection > click on Properties
  3. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 TCP / IP 4 > Click on Properties.
  4. then click Advance Settings > Check if any IP addresses available other than Sify.
  5. Remove the unwanted IP address from the settings and save the same.
That's It

CBS Addon v2.08 dated 29.06.2015 for Clear Discrepancies

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Tool for Clear Discrepancies : CBS Addon 29.06.2015

Revised Tool of CBS Addon had been published on 29.06.2015 to clear the discrepancies of DPT Tool.
  1. Ensure that you are using Sanchay Post v7.5 and above.
  2. Take backup of all databases before running this software.

Download CBS Addon v2.08


DigitalIndia‬: To empower citizens on the fronts of Information & Technology

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Just for Information : Digital India Weeks - India Post

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Digital India Weeks 

Honorable Prime Minister launching "Digital India Week" on 01.07.2015 

Partnering Digital India Intiative : eMO, ePost, ePayment, eTracking, Core Banking Solution

Jul 2, 2015

Why India Post could become e-commerce’s most potent delivery partner

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India Post and e-commerce

Sharadamani Amma, an 87-year-old great grandmother, remembers a time when the sight of mail runners would cause a great deal of excitement in the small Kerala village she grew up in. The appearance of these postal employees, who carried mail between post offices on foot, meant a letter or money order or, god forbid, a telegram—a sure sign of ill news.

But those days are long gone. The postmen are no longer held in high regard in most of the country, and few in the current generation would have even stepped into a post office, at least in urban India.
New age e-commerce companies want to change this. The likes of Amazon and Snapdeal already have pilot projects running with India Post, while newspaper reports suggest that Flipkart is set to follow suit.

But what makes India Post, seen by many as a relic of a bygone era, so attractive to these online portals?

UNBEATABLE NETWORK

India Post’s network of post offices in India is incomparable. None of the private courier or logistics firms can even come close say experts and e-commerce firms. “India Post has an unmatched network that is critical for the growth of e-commerce in India,” says Ashish Chitravanshi, Vice President of operations at Snapdeal. A view echoed by Amazon.in. “Through India Post’s extensive network, Amazon India is able to service over 19,000 pin-codes through 140,000 post-offices across all 35 states and union territories in India,” says Samuel Thomas, Director of transportation at Amazon India.

This network covers about 25,000 pin codes, while even large private courier companies like DTDC reach only about 10,000.
The scale of India’s Postal Network

RURAL DEPTH

While the pan India network is impressive, it is India Post’s rural depth that gives it an edge. “No one can reach rural areas like India Post,” says Manish Saigal, Managing Director of advisory services firm Alvarez & Marsal India. Manish says India Post’s importance will only increase when non-metro India’s contribution to e-commerce sales surpasses that of metro India. “The top 20 cities contribute 60% in value terms right now. The pendulum will shift the other way pretty soon,” adds Manish.

The pendulum has already swung the other way for some e-tailers. Over 70% of orders for Snapdeal are from smaller cities and towns, according to Snapdeal’s VP-Operations Ashish. “The growing popularity of online shopping in these non-metro centers presents a unique set of logistical challenges like spread out population, high km/delivery factor and high cost of setting up delivery infrastructure,” explains Ashish.
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ADVANTAGE INDIA POST

It is not just the e-commerce companies that stand to gain from a partnership with India Post. The revenue potential for India Post is quite high.

The central government agency is already handling over 1.5 lakh e-commerce deliveries a day, according to industry estimates, making India Post one of the largest delivery partners for the industry. The Business Development and Marketing Directorate of India Post, which handles delivery of parcels like those of e-commerce companies, earned revenue of Rs 1961.76 crore between April and December last year.

“A lot of people dismiss India Post but they are doing mind-boggling work on the ground for e-commerce already,” says Manish.

An advertisement put out by India Post showed the department has handled Rs 500 crore of cash-on-delivery (CoD) in the financial year 2014-15.
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However, Alvarez & Marsal’s Manish says India Post needs to do more in terms of technology adoption. This is especially important for CoD. India Post does have years of experience handling and delivering cash, in the form of money orders. However, CoD unlike money order requires postmen and women to collect cash and not hand over cash. E-commerce companies also expect this cash to be remitted into their accounts daily and further expect transparent and instant system updates.

This technology integration between India Post and e-commerce companies is beginning to happen. “We have integrated Amazon and Postal systems to electronically enable information sharing,” says Amazon India’s Samuel.

There are examples globally of national postal departments taking advantage of the growth of online retail. Ankur Bisen, senior Vice President at retail advisory firm Technopak, cites the examples of Deutsche Post (Germany) and Royal Mail (UK). “Both these companies were state sponsored mail carriers and realised the diminishing importance of postage. Both of them have successfully re-modelled themselves to suit the emerging e-commerce needs,” says Ankur. An AFP report in March stated that Deutsche Post’s e-commerce parcel division saw its revenues rise by 2.6% to reach 15.7 billion euros (Rs 1.11 lakh crore) in FY 2014.

“If they can marry India Post’s local knowledge and network with technology, they can become unbeatable. But they need to do this fast,” says Manish.

If this succeeds, then Sharadamani Amma’s great granddaughter Mythili will also soon wait with bated breath for the postman to call at her Bengaluru flat.

(Sources of data and information shown in graphics: India Post annual report, India Post advertisement, Amazon India, DTDC website, news reports)

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Home v21.1.1010 Download from Google Drive

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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware's industry-leading scanner detects and removes malware like worms, Trojans, rootkits, rogues, spyware, and more. All you have to do is launch Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and run a scan. It's that simple. Or if you want even better protection, consider Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium and its instant real-time scanner that automatically prevents malware and websites from infecting your PC. Either way you're crushing malware and foiling hackers

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About Bank License to DOP

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MANY NEWS ARE COMING ABOUT PAYMENT BANK LICENSE TO DOP
SO WE MUST KNOW WHAT WILL HAPPEN WHEN DOP WILL GET IT .HERE IS THIS INFO

The Payments Bank will be set up as a differentiated bank and shall confine its activities to further the objectives for which it is set up. Therefore, the Payments Bank would be permitted to undertake only certain restricted activities permitted to banks under the Banking Regulation Act, 1949, as given below:

Acceptance of demand deposits, i.e., current deposits, and savings bank deposits. The eligible deposits mobilised by the Payments Bank would be covered under the deposit insurance scheme of the Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation of India (DICGC). Given that their primary role is to provide payments and remittance services and demand deposit products to small businesses and low-income households, Payments Banks will initially be restricted to holding a maximum balance of Rs. 100,000 per customer. After the performance of the Payments Bank is gauged by the RBI, the maximum balance can be raised. If the transactions in the accounts conform to the “small accounts”1 transactions, simplified KYC/AML/CFT norms will be applicable to such accounts as defined under the Rules framed under the Prevention of Money-laundering Act, 2002.

Payments and remittance services through various channels including branches, BCs and mobile banking. The payments / remittance services would include acceptance of funds at one end through various channels including branches and BCs and payments of cash at the other end, through branches, BCs, and Automated Teller Machines (ATMs). Cash-out can also be permitted at Point-of-Sale terminal locations as per extant instructions issued under the PSS Act. In the case of walk-in customers, the bank should follow the extant KYC guidelines issued by the RBI.
Issuance of PPIs as per instructions issued from time to time under the PSS Act.
Internet banking - The RBI is also open to applicants transacting primarily using the Internet. The Payments Bank is expected to leverage technology to offer low cost banking solutions. Such a bank should ensure that it has all enabling systems in place including business partners, third party service providers and risk managements systems and controls to enable offering transactional services on the internet. While offering such services, the Payments Bank will be required to comply with RBI instructions on information security, electronic banking, technology risk management and cyber frauds.

Functioning as Business Correspondent (BC) of other banks – A Payments Bank may choose to become a BC of another bank for credit and other services which it cannot offer.

The Payments Bank cannot set up subsidiaries to undertake non-banking financial services activities. The other financial and non-financial services activities of the promoters, if any, should be kept distinctly ring-fenced and not comingled with the banking and financial services business of the Payments Bank.

The Payments Bank will be required to use the word “Payments” in its name in order to differentiate it from other banks.
Deployment of funds

The Payments Bank cannot undertake lending activities. Apart from amounts maintained as Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) with RBI, minimum cash in hand and balances with a scheduled commercial bank/RBI required for operational activities and liquidity management, it will be required to invest all its monies in Government securities/Treasury Bills with maturity up to one year that are recognized by RBI as eligible securities for maintenance of Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR). The Payments Bank will participate in the payment and settlement system and will have access to the inter-bank uncollateralised call money market and the collateralised CBLO market for purposes of temporary liquidity management.

6. Capital requirement

Since the Payments Bank will not be allowed to assume any credit risk, and if its investments are held to maturity, such investments need not be marked to market and there may not be any need for capital for market risk. However, the Payments Bank will be exposed to operational risk. The Payments Bank will also be required to invest heavily in technological infrastructure for its operations. The capital will be utilised for creation of such fixed assets. Therefore, the minimum paid up voting equity capital of the Payments Bank shall be Rs. 100 crore. Any additional voting equity capital to be brought in will depend on the business plan of the promoters. Further, the Payments Bank should have a net worth of Rs 100 crore at all times. The Payments Bank shall be required to maintain a minimum capital adequacy ratio of 15 per cent of its risk weighted assets (RWA) on a continuous basis, subject to any higher percentage as may be prescribed by RBI from time to time. However, as Payments Banks are not expected to deal with sophisticated products, the capital adequacy ratio will be computed under simplified Basel I standards.

As the Payments Bank will have almost zero or negligible risk weighted assets, its compliance with a minimum capital adequacy ratio of 15 per cent would not reflect the true risk. Therefore, as a backstop measure, the Payments Bank should have a leverage ratio of not less than 5 per cent, i.e., its outside liabilities should not exceed 20 times its net-worth / paid-up capital and reserves.

7. Promoter’s contribution

The promoter’s minimum initial contribution to the paid up voting equity capital of Payments Bank shall be at least 40 per cent which shall be locked in for a period of five years from the date of commencement of business of the bank. Shareholding by promoters in the bank in excess of 40 per cent shall be brought down to 40 per cent within three years from the date of commencement of business of the bank. Further, the promoter’s stake should be brought down to 30 per cent of the paid-up voting equity capital of the bank within a period of 10 years, and to 26 per cent within 12 years from the date of commencement of business of the bank. Proposals having diversified shareholding and a time frame for listing will be preferred.

8. Foreign shareholding

The foreign shareholding in the bank would be as per the extant FDI policy.

9. Voting rights and transfer/acquisition of shares

As per Section 12 (2) of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949, the voting rights in private sector banks are capped at 10 per cent, which can be raised to 26 per cent in a phased manner by the RBI. Further, as per Section 12B of the Act ibid, any acquisition of 5 per cent or more of voting equity shares in a private sector bank will require prior approval of RBI. This will also apply to the Payments Banks.

10. Prudential norms

As the Payments Bank will not have loans and advances in its portfolio, it will not be exposed to credit risk and, the prudential norms and regulations of RBI as applicable to loans and advances, will therefore, not apply to it. However, the Payments Bank will be exposed to operational risk and should establish a robust operational risk management system. Further, it may face liquidity risk, and therefore is required to follow RBI’s guidelines on liquidity risk management, to the extent applicable.

11. Business plan

The applicants for Payments Bank licences will be required to furnish their business plans and project reports with their applications. The business plan will have to address how the bank proposes to achieve the objectives of setting up of Payments Banks. The business plan submitted by the applicant should be realistic and viable. Preference will be given to those applicants who propose to set up Payments Banks with access points primarily in the under-banked States / districts in the North-East, East and Central regions of the country. However, to be effective, the Payments Bank should ensure widespread network of access points particularly to remote areas, either through their own branch network or BCs or through networks provided by others. The bank is expected to adapt technological solutions to lower costs and extend its network. In case of deviation from the stated business plan after issue of licence, RBI may consider restricting the bank’s expansion, effecting change in management and imposing other penal measures as may be necessary.

12. Corporate governance

The Board of the Payments Bank should have a majority of independent Directors.

The bank should comply with the corporate governance guidelines including ‘fit and proper’ criteria for Directors as issued by RBI from time to time.
SOURCE :RBI
Thanks to Ashutosh Kumar Kausha

Jul 1, 2015

Western Union is working in Active Directory Migrated Machine

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Western Union Money Transfer : AD Roll out machine

When the Computer Connected with domain (i.e Once AD Migration Completed) and logged in into domain User we have to configure all the settings like Modify server name in configuration file, Installation of india post certificate for Communication Modules, Configuration of McCamish Settings, IMO Settings and Finacle settings, 
Installation of Certificate for Western Union also 
While trying to access the Western Union in India Post, its open a Terminal verification instead of Login Screen due to non installation of Certificate.

Solution


  1. Contact Western Union Agent to get Username and Password of Certificate installer / Get the Certificate.
  2. Download the Given certificate for your Location and install the same on your Machine.
  3. Now you can access the Western Union Site in AD Migrated Machine.


SQL 2008 Backup Issues and Solution

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SQL 2008 Backup Error

The server Principle "" is not able to access the database "" under the current Security context.
  • Run the SQL Server Database Backup v1.1 Tool as a Administrator
The above mentioned solution is not working try the below one

Install Service Pack 1


  1. Download SQL 2008 service Pack 1 from Official Site.
  2. Install/ Update the same on your machine to over come the above problem.


Jun 30, 2015

Tool for Generate Excel for TTUM from Accounts

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Tool for Generate the Salary in Excel for Finacle

  1. More months added in combobox. 
  2. Generated excel is in text format for accounts starting with 0.

Pre-requisite

  1. MS - Office 2007
  2. .Net framework 3.5

Download HTTUM Excel File Generator


Rajesh CR System Administrator,  Kerala circle Kattappana HPO, Idukki

Contact :Rajeshcr2007@gmail.com / Kattappanaho@indiapost.gov.in
Mob:    9497278337Office:  04868 272190

Automated AV / AD Deployment Guide : AD Migration

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AD Migration : Automatic CSI Roll out

Deployment tool has been developed to automate the steps involved in preparing the prerequisites needed for AV installation & domain joining, performing auto installation of anti-virus, and joining of system to “Indiapost” domain with minimal user intervention.

Download Software

Features: 

  1. Automatic DNS Adding.
  2. Auto rename Host .
  3. Automatic Join in Indiapost.gov.in

Download Full Document


Guides for Direct PA / SA through Staff Selection Commission

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Guides for Direct PA/SA through Staff Selection Commission

Staff Selection Commission has notified for recruitment of Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant . Tentative number of vacancies: 3523

Written examination will be conducted on Sundays 01.11.2015, 15.11.2015 and 22.11.2015.

The scheme of the examination is detailed below:

General Intelligence (Reasoning)
50 marks
General English
50 marks
Mathematics
50 marks
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
50 marks
Total
200 marks
Negative marks for each wrong answer
0.25 mark 
English Type: Speed  35 words per minute

Useful guides for the examination

Guide for  General English from Jeevajegan Publications
Rs. 150/-
Guide for  Mathematics from Jeevajegan Publications
Rs. 250/-
Guide for Reasoning from Raman’s  Publications
Rs. 120/-
Guide for General Knowledge from SURA Publications
Rs. 170/-
Type master CD and typing practicing material
 Rs.  70/-
Postage
Rs,   40/-
Total amount to be remitted
Rs. 800/-
All books are in English version only

To get the books by Registered Post, please remit Rs. 800/- Eight hundred only by Money Order to the following address:

JEEVAJEGAN PUBLICATIONS,No.5, MOOVENDAR NAGAR EAST,MADURAI RESERVE LINES PO,Madurai 625014

Note:

Please write the particulars of books required and your cell number in Money order coupon without fail.

Jun 29, 2015

SSA BO Tag Tool by Subahit Chakraborty

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Tool for SSA BO Tagging Tool

This is a simple tool to tag a Sukanya Samriddhi Account to Branch Post Office. 
Just make the following entries:
Server Name
PO Code
SSA A/c No.
Branch Office Name
and you are done!!

Download Tagging Tool


Data Import-Export Sequence Correction Tool : Sanchay Post

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File Sequence Reset Tool


Often while importing SP2 Files from HO to SO, it is noticed that an error related to file sequence no. is generated. This is a simple tool to overcome such error.

Download


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Thanks to SUBHAJIT CHAKRABORTY System Administrator, Nadia (North) Division

Cheque is not clear error in RD Bulk posting in Finacle

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CHEQUE IS NOT CLEARED ERROR IN RD BULK POSTING IN DOP FINACLE



When we try to post the rd bulk of non dop cheque i..e, bank cheque
using the menu


HAGTXP
we sometimes face the error "cheque not cleared" this can be viewed in HPR report immediately after posting done by the counter PA.

The error screen shot will appear as shown in the below figure




As we can see the above screen shot the delete/error reason is "cheque is not cleared" and status is "failure".

Root cause of the above problem



  1. For your information the root cause of the above said error can be occurred due to the following below mentioned reasons
  2. If the cheque number in the agent presented list differs with cheque number entered in the outward zone.
  3. If the cheque number is entered in the office account solid+0382 instead of solid+0017
  4. If the value date is selected wrongly at the time of posting using HAGTXP i..e, if the value date of the cheque differs with the value date of the regularized zone.
  5. If the bank name is wrongly entered for the records other than parent record(parent record is if we enter the same cheque number for different account during list preparation the cheque attached to the first record is known as parent record.)
  6. If we try to enter the same cheque number with multiple amounts in the account solid+0017.

Solution for the above problem.



In all the above said cases we can't post the rd bulk list hence the amount should be refunded to the customer by account payee cheque from the postmaster account.

Loan Condition on PLI

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PLI Loan condition

  1. Loan is admissible on Whole Life Assurance (WLA), Endowment Assurance (EA) and Convertible Whole Life Assurance (CWLA) policies.
  2. Currency of policy should be minimum of 3 years in case of EA and CWLA.
  3. Currency of policy should be minimum of four years in case of WLA.
  4. Policy should be unencumbered/ unassigned.

Loan Limit:

(a) Whole Life Assurance

Currency of Policy Percentage of surrender value on which loan is admissible
More than 4 years to 7 years 60%
More than 7 years to 12 years 80%
More than 12 years 90%
(b) Endowment Assurance and Convertible Whole Life Assurance

Currency of Policy Percentage of surrender value on which loan is admissible
More than 3 years to 5 years 60%
More than 5 years to 10 years 80%
More than 10 years 90%

  • Insurant should apply on LI-35 (loan application) and send to DDM (PLI) along with policy document and premium receipt book.
  • Second and subsequent loan is admissible after a year if the first loan is fully repaid.
  • Loan interest @ 10% p.a is calculated on six monthly basis.

Just for Info : Epson Printer Settings for Windows XP / 7

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Printer Issues after configure with McCamish

The Epson Dot matrix Printer was configured with McCamish Settings, after that some offices are complaining that while they are printing sanchay post report, it prints on 3-4 pages with blank page.

Solution


So it is suggested that 
  • They can create an additional epson printer (copy)
  • Select as default printer
  • use that while print sanchay post report !

Sukanya Samridhi Account PPT file in Hindi

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Sukanya Samridhi Account PPT file in Hindi



Download

Thanks to
Shri. Rohit Jain
System administrator
Jaipur Moffusil Division
Rajasthan CircleMobile : 7597622247

Jun 27, 2015

MARKING AND REVOKING PENDING CHEQUES FOR OUTWARD ZONE

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MARKING AND REVOKING PENDING CHEQUES FOR OUTWARD ZONE 


When we are performing the regularization of the outward zone in some cases we mat not receive all the cheques at the same time, in such cases we need to perform one operation for not received cheques from the clearing house which is "Marking the cheques as Pending".

For marking the cheques as Pending the Menu oprtion is HMARKPEN.

After receiving the Pending Cheques which are marked as pending earlier we need to revoke the Pending Cheques.

The Menu option used to revoke the pending cheques is HREVPEND Using the said above option two options Zone will be in partially regularized state.

Procedure for Making the Pending cheques for outward Zone.

HMARKPEN Means Mark Pending

INVOKE THE MENU HMARKPEN THEN THE SYSTEM WILL DISPLAY THE FOLLOWING SCREEN 

THEN ENTER THE FOLLOWING FILEDS
A/C ID ________________________
ZONE DATE _________________
ZONE CODE ___________________
INSTR. NO _________________________(CHEQUE NUMBER)
INSTR.AMT ____________________ AS SHOWN IN THE FIGURE

THEN CLICK ON GO THEN THE SYSTEM WILL SHOW THE PARTICULAR INSTRUMENT AS SHOWN IN THE FIGURE


THEN CLICK ON SUBMIT THEN THE SYSTEM WILL SHOW THE MESSAGE "JOB INITIATED CHECK PRINT QUEUE AFTER SOMETIME" AS SHOWN


THEN VIEW THE REPORT IN HPR ABOUT THE MARK PENDING THE CHEQUES.

PROCEDURE FOR REVOKING THE MARKED PENDING CHEQUES

HREVPEND Means Revoke Pending

INVOKE THE MENU HREVPEND THEN THE SYSTEM WILL SHOW THE FOLLOWING DETAILS AS SHOWN
THEN ENTER THE FOLLOWING DETAILS 
A/C ID ________________________
ZONE DATE _________________
ZONE CODE ___________________
INSTR. NO _________________________(CHEQUE NUMBER)
INSTR.AMT ____________________ AS SHOWN IN THE FIGURE

THEN CLICK ON GO THEN THE SYSTEM WILL SHOW THE INSTUMENT WHICH WE ARE TRYING TO REVOKE AS SHOWN IN THE BELOW FIGURE


THEN CLICK ON SUBMIT THEN THE SYSTEM WILL DISPLAY THE MESSAGE "JOB INTIATED.CHECK PRINT QUEUE AFTER SOME TIME" AS SHOWN IN THE BELOW FIGURE


THEN FINALLY VIEW THE REPORT IN HPR.

Drives are not open by Double click in Windows

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When you double click to open C:\, D:\ or any other drive in My Computer and the drive doesn’t open and shows “Open With” option. That means your computer is infected with virus.
How to resolve drive opening issue due to virus infection?
When your computer is infected with virus, sometimes it creates anAUTORUN.INF file in your computer drives which causes drive opening problem by double click.
This AUTORUN.INF file is a read only and hidden system file that is created in your drives. This types of virus also disable the “folder options”setting so that you can’t access hidden system files.  This is intentionally done by the virus in order to protect itself.
There are so many methods to resolve this issue.

Method-1:

Remove all the AUTORUN.INF files from each drive and restart your computer. This can only be done by command prompt because virus has disabled “folder option” feature in the computer.
Step-1:
Open Task Manager using “Ctrl + Alt + Delete” option or Right click on Taskbar > click on Task Manager. Now end process wscript.exe if running. Then terminate explorer.exe process.
Step-2:
Once both wscript.exe & explorer.exe processes are terminated, Click on File menu in Task Manager and click on New Task (Run) option.
Type “cmd” into the open box and click on OK button. Once the command prompt is opened, issue following commands to delete AUTORUN.INF files from your drives.

del c:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a

del d:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a
C:\ & D:\ are drive letters on Windows System. If you have more drives or partitions then issue above command by changing drive letter as mentioned below.
del e:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a
Step-3:
Click on File menu in Task Manager and click on New Task (Run) option.
Type “regedit” into the open box and click on OK button. Once the registry is opened, navigate the following registry key and check the value name and value data for the key.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
The value name and value data is mentioned below, location of userinit may be different in case of different OS drive.
Userinit= C:\Windows\system32\userinit.exe,
Note: The value data in above path must have a , after path.
If the problem is not resolved and you face the same problem again after PC restart then below method will definitely resolve the issue.

METHOD-2:

Step-1:

Go to START > RUN > Type “regedit” and press enter button to open registry.
Step-2:
Now press Ctrl + F to find the keys, values and data. Now write mountpoints2 in search box and click on find next button.
Once you find the mountpoints2, delete it from the registry.
Step-3:
Press F3 to search the same value till the end of the registry entry. If you get the same mountpoints2, delete the entry and press F3 again till all the mountpoints2 entries are deleted from registry.


BONUS:

HOW TO RESOLVE ANY VIRUS PROBLEM?

There is no magic at all, just follow some simple steps every time when you want to remove virus from your computer. There are so many methods but here we are discussing a simple method.
Step-1:
Install any antivirus software in your computer which you think is reliable.
Step-2:
Turn off monitoring and restart your computer in SAFE mode.
Step-3:
Now scan your computer with your latest antivirus and remove all the viruses from your computer. Once the virus is removed, just restart your computer in Normal mode and turn on monitoring again.
If you liked this article and helped you to resolve your “Drives are not opening by Double Click” issue, don’t forget to share with your friends or colleagues.

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