I have recently been reviewing placement of the WAP’s on our network, and the channels that we use. Until very recently, we had a mix of fixed AP’s in some areas, and mobile AP’s on laptop trolleys. In short, this didn’t work well. If someone moved a mobile AP into an area where it interfered
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Just had to do a restore of our Sharepoint server. Someone had deleted a load of resources from our room bookings site, but also deleted from the Recycle Bin. We use Symantec Backup Exec 12 with the Sharepoint agents installed. Took a backup of the current state of the server (after all, it does work,
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Symptoms here are: Unable to access OWA Outlook 2007 reports that it is unable to change any Out Of Office settings; server unavailable. The enviroment: Microsoft Exchange 2007 running on Microsoft Windows Server 2008. One other symptom, which I don’t know if this resolved or something else did, is that the Free/Busy information was not
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Been doing a routine check of my servers, and noticed that our SharePoint server was lacking some free space. A little unusual, given our SharePoint installation is quite small. And although this server also acts as a Streaming Media server using Windows Media Services, I didn’t think that we had that much streaming media. Turns
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Slightly different topic today: Programming a POS application. I have been working on a lettings management program with built in till for use in our Sports Lettings. Couldn’t find anything out there that met all of our needs at a suitable price. So, I have took it upon myself to develop an application that does
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Having a bit of a clearout at the minute. Got 7 of these machines which I used for my MCSE and general systems testing, (even had one stand in as a temporary web server at work!). All in full working order and run very reliably. One has a crack in the front fascia. Intel Pentium
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Just been working on our ISA infrastructure. We have 2 ISA servers, 1 for staff, and 1 for students. Main reason for the separate servers is that each ‘group’ have to go through a different upstream proxy server. (Bit of a pain, but that’s what we have to do.) Simple task this morning, block a
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Just been fixing the problem mentioned above. Lets set the scene here: Walk in this morning, coffee, boot up. Open up IE, need to update a record on our asset log. Enter the asset ID into the search bar, press enter. Easy day ended. 9:10am. ‘Your license for Office Server Search has expired’ We have
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Now my site is back on again after running out of bandwidth once again, I decided to actually do something about it – like upgrade!! Now gone to unlimited bandwidth, so now I can blog day by day – and not have to worry about the site going down. Hurrah! 5 people found this post
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