Articles Archive for September 2010
In this article, we will look at how to setup this toolkit and Start the AppCompat Process.
DFS Improvements in Windows 2008 R2
Windows 2008 R2 will feature some major DFS improvements, following is an explanation of them:
There are a number of command line options available to configure Window Server 2008 over the network. For example, Windows Powershell, ServerManager.exe, or a telnet server. However, the tried and true method that has worked so well with just about every type of infrastructure device in use today (including Windows Server 2008, Cisco Routers, Linux servers, and more) is SSH. In this article, learn how to install a SSH Server in Windows Server 2008.
Installation of Exchange 2007 service pack 3
The problem lies in the way that ASP.NET, Microsoft’s popular Web framework, implements the AES encryption algorithm to protect the integrity of the cookies these applications generate to store information during user sessions. A common mistake is to assume that encryption protects the cookies from tampering so that if any data in the cookie is modified, the cookie will not decrypt correctly. However, there are a lot of ways to make mistakes in crypto implementations, and when crypto breaks, it usually breaks badly.
d0761ea831e64bc9b1bd6d507f36cf0d Virtual servers can benefit an organization’s data crunching needs in many ways. One of them is leveraging their native benefits to broaden the availability and recovery options for Microsoft Exchange 2010 deployments.
MS Windows products and the MS Access Database in particular are some of the most annoying and horrible applications that stalk the Earth. The documentation is fractured, not whole system oriented and mouse centrically lame, there seems to be no way to do anything without being there in person and “clicking” away on the damn mouse. Gah. Well, after reading lots of docs and thrashing around for a while I figured out the Secret Commands ™ and Arcane Mumbojumbo ™ to do it.
I had to aggregate rows and columns from about 100 MS Excel spreadsheet files from different sheets in the spreadsheets, they were reports filed by a hundred different offices, all the same format. Each extract was in a tab delimited format to throw into another spreadsheet. The first script combines all the rows in many Excel files into one file. The second script combines all the columns in many Excel files into one file. Why is this a common problem? Well MSExcel is a cheap and common report and analysis tool, everyone knows Excel and therefore everyone uses it. It is a common solution to have a bunch of people fill out a spread sheet, it is common to need to combine the spreadsheets into one file to analyze them.
Some rip-off contractors dumped a pile of trash filled ColdFusion code on some totally naive (or crooked) project managers. Not a process ran without errors, including many 404 errors in the web server logs. The project manager told me to make it work. The code came in a big wad of multiple directory trees and many thousands of files, many types of file, no installation package, no build tools.
Placing a firewall in a corporate network puts you in commanding position to protect your organisation’s interest from intruder. Firewall also helps you to publish contents or share infrastructure or share data securely with eternal entity such as roaming client, business partners and suppliers. Simply, you can share internal contents without compromise security. For example, publishing Exchange Client Access Server, OCS 2007 and SharePoint front-end server in the perimeter.