I had one of those moments today; the mist cleared (only slightly) in sorting our network out with a VLAN ready for a VOIP implementation.
The various posts here on Edugeek once again proved valuable, and I'm chuffed to bits that I've got it sorted to a certain point (have yet to tweak various Server gateway addresses).
Next step later on down the line is to start segmenting the next work into logical parts but need a NAT box of somesort to do that correctly.
The home phone rings right before a nice cup of coffee and interrupting a typical British chat about the weather.
"Hello, I'm calling from Scottish power. Is Mrs X in?"
"Uhh..no this is a relative, she isn't here. Is this a sales call?"
"No, a sales call would be if I was offering the beast deal for your electricity or gas."
What a weird thing to say. Maybe this is a genuine call for said relative. I decide
Updated 5th December 2011 at 06:28 PM by CAM
has any one got this problme .i have a windows 2008 r2 rdp it hang on applying computer setting ?
Right... as part of a corporate branding exercise - I have been working on sorting out the email signature front.
Before everyone says it - yes, I know you can do a "sort of solution" on the Exchange server. Im not going to cover that one in this post - as its more designed for Disclaimers. If you want to know more on that - Google "Exchange Transport Rule Disclaimer". Why not Exchange Transport Rules
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Updated 18th November 2011 at 09:43 AM by TheScarfedOne
So, regular readers of my blog will know that we run quite an extensive Remote Desktop Environment at my new School. This poses for some interesting issues when dealing with printing - so a rethink on the traditional methods was needed. Traditional Printer Scripting
Lets start at the beginning - with the "old-school" method of printer mappings. Usually, this was achieved with a good old-fashioned batch script, ala Drive Mappings. Not content with
Updated 17th November 2011 at 11:41 PM by TheScarfedOne
Just had this rubbish through the door in postcard format:
Your request for an EcoSplash has been received. (No, We never sent a request!)
If you don't require it contact us on... (Stop there. We didn't order one so no!)
You will need to give us your address so that we can remove your details (And confirm I am an idiot? No thanks!)
For more information visit... (Doesn't even appear in Google searches and the WHOIS points to a marketing
Updated 9th December 2011 at 08:27 PM by CAM
Originally Posted by shoggie microsoft visual c++ runtime library this application has requested the runtime to terminate it
Can anyone help? I am getting the above error with 2 programs running on my school computers.
Auralia 4 when looking at reports
Can anyone help solve this?
Running windows XP SP3
Well, no, I am not fired but this poor Apple employee was for making comments about his employer on Facebook.
It shows that you need to be careful what you say these days. All too often I see comments on Twitter or Facebook about people hating their job and often they don't realise, if I can see the comment so can their boss. What makes this case more chilling is the post in question had privacy settings applied so the poster thought it was safe, but a colleague on the access list
After cleaning the inside of many Sanyo projectors I have reassembled a Sanyo PLC XE40 and it will not focus. I have looked everywhere for an idea on where there might be another focus besides the focus ring. I have taken it back apart to make sure all lenses were where they should be by comparing to a projector I haven't cleaned yet and all seem to be correct....any suggestions?
Updated 1st November 2011 at 05:14 PM by JPTech (spelling error)
I use roamin profiles - and I know that people have their own views on using them, so no flaming please! I use it for all users, and combine it with folder redirection to for speed and efficiency.
Here is an outline of my setup then... and some links to getting it set up the same way if you are so inclined.
All userdata is stored on SAN paths, mapped through DFS. But, but could have this on single servers equally, and it would work just fine. The root path is \\DNSNAME\Network\