Oh, I had plenty of notes -- they were all stored in a local PmWiki instance, running on IIS!
Aaaaaand my hard-drive failed while I was on leave.
IT was able to recover some files, but I need to get an installation up-and-running so I can read them, can't I?
The first time I did it, The Web Platform Installer worked like a charm.
This time, it failed - document temporarily moved?
So I followed https://www.iis.net/learn/application-frameworks/install-and-configure-php-on-iis/install-and-configure-php and it worked to get PHP running, anyway.
Now I'll have to see about PmWiki,
AND getting in-house backups of my files. 2 years of dev notes. UGH.
server-start however, the
~\.emacs.d\server folder needed to be twiddled.
THIS solved my problem - reset the ownership from
Administrators to mine own self.
Also, location of folder is at
Was throwing the following error:
Unable to open 64-bit image. Run Process from a writeable directory.
It's not the file itself, it's the auto-extracted 64-bit image opening in the Temp folder -
(I found this via
SET TEMP on the command line - without params, it provides the current setting.)
I copied the file
procexp64.exe to the main ProcessExplorer folder, and it worked like a charm when openend directly.
There's quite possibly a better solution somewhere.