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04.12.2010

Script to create a signature file from Active Directory field entries

Do save having to manually edit and create uniform signature files for users, you can implement this VBS script which gathers information from Active directory about the user and inserts it into the appropriate signature folder on their system. At the bottom you will find the signature.htm and signature.txt files to edit and save –

04.10.2010

Outlook 2007 slow to open

I recently installed Outlook 2007 on a HyperV Windows 2008 R2 server terminal server talking to Exchange 2010 on another HyperV on the same box. The server is a Dual Xeon with RAID 10 SAS drives pumping out 800Mb/s throughput yet Outlook 2007 would take about 8 seconds to open. Rubbish! I found by disabling […]

03.27.2010

Unable to read data from the Metabase Ensure that Microsoft Internet Information Services is installed during Exchange 2010 install

To install Exchange 2010 on a Windows 2008 R2 server first install these 4 components: Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 Windows Remote Management 2.0 Windows PowerShell v2 ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Also Set static IP addresses on any Network cards Open Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features Turn Windows Features On or Off Add Role Web Server (IIS) If […]

02.25.2010

Free 2CX terminal server client for managing RDP remote desktops

I’m at 2cx training which is a terminal server add on for publishing applications and-

02.18.2010

2wire router blocking port 80 443 HTTP HTTPS website traffic

I have come across this case a couple of times where for some reason after operating successfully for some days or weeks all port 80 traffic starts getting blocked by a 2wire router. This occurs when the router is connected to the computers through a switch, as opposed to all computers connecting directly to the […]

03.18.2009

How to Connect to a RDP Remote Desktop Connection to your terminal server at the office

Open Remote Desktop Connection from Programs or All Programs, Accessories, and then click Remote Desktop Connection.-