In response to a poster who is having issues running Quickbooks without getting a UAC prompt… my Vista laptop runs Quickbooks with no UAC.  I will post up here what setup I did to get it to “just work”…but tonight I have to pack the laptop, the wireless router so it can be shared out (Anne, Amy and I are having our own Women of IT pow wow), the Zune, the handouts, the business cards, the power cords, the batteries, the makeup.. the clothes… the raincoat (which I’m hoping that’s in the closet since I haven’t seen it in months), the umbrella, the AuthAnvil Crytocard….anything else?

Oh yeah…just did online check in for the (ugh) 6 a.m flight from Fresno to Seattle… will blog from Seattle and SMBnation. 

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) prohibits passengers from taking liquids, gels, and/or aerosols (e.g. beverages, lotions/ creams, shampoos, toothpastes, hair gels, and other items of similar consistency) through screening checkpoints.

Exception: One transparent resealable 1-quart (1 liter) size plastic bag containing liquids, gels, and/or aerosols in containers of 3.4 oz. (100ml) or less per container. The contents of the plastic bag must be completely closed and separate from the passenger’s carry-on bag. Passengers who do not properly package items as indicated may be subject to secondary screening. In addition, passengers may carry baby formula/milk (to include breast milk) and baby food/juice in containers if a baby or small child is traveling, medications (liquid, gel, and aerosol), liquids (to include juice) or gels for diabetic or other medical needs. These items do not need to be in a clear plastic bag and may exceed 3.4 oz. if the passenger declares them to the TSA.

Oh yeah… a quart bag…

 (and edited the post as starting off with that UAC comment probably didn’t make any sense)

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