Finally back in the office after a long period of work We completed an SBS2003 installation over the weekend and Monday was left to tidy up the bits and pieces. I setup Update Services and was impressed with how easy it was to get going but i’m having a bit from trouble getting it to
I haven’t posted for a few days as i’ve been working away from the office First part of the week (Mon,Tues,Wed) was spent doing some SharePoint consultancy and the rest of the week (and weekend!) i’m doing an SBS 2003 installation I’m currently waiting for the server to reboot as i’m in the process of
When i first moved into my house i had a romantic view of my “connected home” I had all sorts of plans and ideas of how my 21st century home would work. I wanted to have a PC in the living room that would be connected to the television and display pictures, videos and music
*-* Update *-* I’ve posted about this again here I’m a big fan of multiple monitors. Even since i first tried it in Windows 2000 i haven’t looked back. I struggle when going back to a single screen as it’s so convenient to be able to view more than one window at a time. For
Just reading a post from the “Addicted to IT” blog Why SBSers should be writing more scripts! The gist of the article is that you don’t need to be a programmer to create scripts and they are so useful that they can help out in all sorts of different ways Have to say i complety
No sooner had a posted about the issues i was having using Sonicwall firewalls with Internet Explorer 7 i received an email from Sonicwall with their take on the problem Have a look here To fix the problem they are going to be releasing new firmware for all their current (fourth) generation models I was
In my post about the full release of Internet Explorer 7i said that i was only using it on the laptop as i was worried about not being able to use it with the Sonicwall firewalls we use. I decided to do a little bit more investigation into this a felt like i’ve been missing
This morning i got an e-mail from a customer to let me know he hadn’t received his usual message to let him know the backup had completed I duly logged onto the server and noticed the backup job had completed successfully and then it hit me.. This year in the UK, Saturday 28th, signalled the
Last week i posted about the mess that is my RSS feed list I spent Friday afternoon tidying it up a bit and instead of deleting feeds i read and deleted lots of posts that were hanging around The result was that i got my unread post count down from 1400 (or so) down to….ZERO!
Following on from my post yesterday about the cracked Itunes DRM system Ryan at Download Squad rants about this much better than me: http://www.downloadsquad.com/2006/10/26/ipod-cracked-so-what/ Sort of sums up exactly what i was thinking!