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  1. Adding printers to Windows 7 machines via GPO

    by , 31st January 2011 at 01:12 PM
    As I've just spent a few hours getting this sorted, I thought I would share my experience in blog form in the hope that someone finds it useful.

    First up, I should point out that much of this blog can be found at the following link, and it also adds a cool way of adding printeres to specific Active Directory components, such as Groups, OUs or even specific users...

    http://www.msserveradmin.com/the-one...y-preferences/

    In ...

    Updated 23rd March 2012 at 10:14 AM by simpsonj (Updated method)

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  2. SCCM, Windows 7 and Bitlocker - Part 1

    by , 26th January 2011 at 08:43 PM
    Hello again everyone! Yep - Im still here, and after a little career break - back at it again. I spoke to quite a few people about Deploying Windows 7 (particularly including Bitlocker) on the EduGeek Stand at Bett (where I lurked with intent for most of the show)... so here is my complete guide to how it is done...

    1. Make sure you have got SCCM set up properly.
    Sounds simple doesnt it... well its often not quite as simple as it sounds. So, part one is going to deal mainly ...

    Updated 28th January 2011 at 05:24 PM by TheScarfedOne (Adding e)

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  3. Windows 7 - First Live Test

    by , 21st July 2010 at 07:37 PM
    Today we did a real world test on our Windows 7 system.

    We've built a ICT Suite that is due to come on-line this September and invited 5 students to come in and try it out. I moved their accounts temporarily into the OUs we have setup for Windows 7 and moved them to the appropriate Security Groups and got them to log in. Sophos was installed and running, along with Impero V3.0.38 and we're still using CSE but not using their Workspace, purely using the CSE System to build and administer ...
  4. Windows Numbers

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    , 20th June 2010 at 08:52 PM (100 Grades Per Minute)
    A few things I didn't realise about the Windows key in Windows 7:

    - The Windows key plus any number "clicks" on the corresponding icon pinned to the start menu, reading from left to right.
    - Use Windows key and space to hide all windows until you release the Windows key.
    - Windows key and = will zoom in with Magnifier by 100% per press of the key.
    - Windows key and Home did err, something. One moment it switched windows, the next minimised and restored ...
  5. Office 2010 joins our Windows 7 Journey

    by , 6th May 2010 at 11:08 AM
    Our Windows 7 Testing is continuing. Testing is going well and so far so good. A few little issues to be resolved by third party software suppliers which I'm hoping will be fixed soon.

    Had an issue with a new Dell Optiplex 380 that wasn't playing nice with WDS, but Fatmas seems to have fixed that now.

    Office 2010 has been released to Volume customers, so I'd thought I'll take a look and see wether or not including Office 2010 in our Windows 7 deployment would be an ...
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