We're using WDS legacy mode on 2003 SP2 in a 2008 domain.
So RIS will still work if you Upgrade to Server 2008????
Beware of electronic submission for work. Our lot press save after opening work from a website and end up losing it as it goes in the Temporary Internet Files folder!
Highlight of my day so far, cheers SYNACK .
I have been knocking some background up of school images and just random 7 backgrounds which look good.
I will be posting a guide soon on how to do it all yourselves so watch this space
Wow! How did you do that? (and also what kind of images do you use?)
Yeh they change daily and also working on rotating background without giving users the ability to change backgrounds. By default if you want to use W7 desktop rotation users have to be able to set the background which is a bad idea so I have made a workaround that rotates that background every 30 mins.
Rotating Logon Backgrounds!! ? Cool !!!
I've already changed it to our own logon background and desktop, but I like that idea.
We are half way down the road here with it all. I have mostly been working on the pimp side of things (rotating login background for example) to wow staff lately but we have a handle on all the other bits so far.
We think about links from the point of view of teaching and learning. We consider they are reflective - they encourage students (and teachers) to up their game which leads to improvement (eg in literacy when writing to your partner school or in communication skills when creating a presentation or resource). They also provide the 'global dimension' which is about young people appreciating other cultures and societies and their context in the world. This aspect is now throughout all QCDA requirements for the curriculum.
Congrats, but are the links for, and how can they be helpful?
No mission statement? it's very important to have a mission statement.
Haha combine the usb disk requirement with a blank keyboard set out in dvorak rather than qwerty and i think we have a secure pc that other staff will not be able to abuse....
We are no longer friends
I went to the NZ one which was alright, not as good as previous years though and as always the sound on anything but the main acts was rubbish. It gets worse every year, one stage we could barely tell what song was actually being played even though we knew the band
Muse was really good though.
Install it as a normal Linux installation from a Live CD using the "Guided - Entire Disk" option. On the last screen, you need to click Advanced and choose the USB stick as the location of the bootloader. This installs GRUB on the USB stick and won't muck up the PC you put the Live CD into. Do it on a machine you don't care about just in-case though!
I didn't do this and had to grab my Windows XP disk and run FIXMBR from the recovery console then boot up a Live CD and start identifying my disk using BIOS numbers to install GRUB. Otherwise the PC only started up with the USB disk inserted. Nice little rudimentary security measure though.
The Live CD does include a USB Startup Disk program but I have found it tempermental at best and it didn't retain package information.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=080_rpl56Ds"]YouTube- Symbian Mobile Disco - Big Day Out Sydney 2010[/ame]
It rained.. went from 40C to baltic and wet in the space of an hour..
I wish I was there so badly!!!!!!
That would be interesting to mess with - do you have some notes?
I'm not really looking for a deal; I'm looking for sponsorship - we currently have Intel, Promethean and Dell interested in giving stuff.