This post is intended purely for future Google warriors, as it took me a while to track down and I know, from my struggles, that there isn't much discussion of the issue.
Whilst building a home theater PC for a friend earlier in the year, I hit a roadblock with the PC TV Tuner - everytime the card was installed in the system, the computer completely refused to boot.
With the PCI card removed, the machine worked as intended, no problems at all.
With the PCI card
Continued from last time, some more on Out of Office, but as done through Exchange 2007's webmail service: ICT Tip 054 - Using Webmail to set up Out of Office.doc
It's probably accurate for Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2010 as well, bar a few screenshot changes.
Many of us find it a little annoying that SIMS doesn't come with an .msi installer. But not to worry I have put together a script to do the job. To get yourself setup follow the following setps. Download the attached .zip fileInside the root of the source folder populate it with the following installer files SIMSAMPARKSetup.exe, SIMSApplicationSetup.exe, SIMSInfrastructureSetup.exe & SIMSManualSetup.exeAlso inside the same folder put your connect.ini file. If you do have
Updated 29th October 2013 at 10:09 AM by FN-GM
Long story short, Java started including an expiration timer on JRE releases. So many days after a release, regardless of update settings, a dialog will start popping up asking the user to update. This really isn't an issue, but with it JRE will stop running unsigned code. Many sites that my teaching staff have come to rely on have unsigned Java apps, and keeping over 500 frozen wireless laptops up to date every time a new version of JRE is released isn't really feasible. So enters VB script
A proper, actual, useful tip this time - no half-page on something minor, no phoning it in because I forgot until the last minute, oh no. A proper page and a half on Out of Office replies in Outlook 2010, both how to use them and how they work.
Aren't I good to you lot. ICT Tip 053 - Out of Office.doc
Updated 4th November 2013 at 01:42 PM by sonofsanta
You may find this one useful to send out if you run Webmail on Exchange 2007 - when people end up with IE10 at home through Windows Updates, it breaks the display of Webmail unless you force compatibility mode. It's only a single click, but as with the engineer who charges £100 for a single tap of a hammer, it's all in knowing where to click. ICT Tip 052 - Compatibility Mode in IE.doc
Skipping out number 50 as that was only relevant internally, so on to #51, and continuing a theme from last time as we explain email from first principles. You'd be surprised how many people don't know this: ICT Tip 051 - Reply, Reply All & Forward.doc
Updated 1st October 2013 at 02:06 PM by sonofsanta
A bit of a delayed start to the term - it all goes mad in the first week or so - but time to get back up and running with IT Tips.
This week is an educational Public Service Announcement, because no-one seems to know that BCC exists: ICT Tip 049 - To, CC and BCC.doc
When it announces that it's going to restart in 15 minutes to complete windows updates. at 10:15. And it's the server that hosts the virtual server with SIMS installed.
I had thought I had prevented disaster using this guide: http://www.redmondpie.com/how-to-sto...rting-your-pc/
and then running gpupdate /force
However, this turned out to be a false hope, as a phone call from reception to tell me that SIMS
Does anybody knows on how to setup eportal to be viewed and accessible on the internet.
It was working before however when our eportal needs to upgrade according to my boss he said he just click upgrade. From then on everything wont accessible even in local. His friend help him and got back in business but only local access. Now he told me to make it accessible through the internet, but i dont have any idea. Please help.