I hate it when I reboot a server or when we had a wind storm the other day it kept knocking out power and out UPS kept wanting to shut down the server gracefully. When they came back up 2-3 services didn’t restart(yes auto restart was enabled). So this script will run as a scheduled… Read More »
I have quite a few things going on at work at the moment. We are retiring an old Windows 2003 domain controller and bringing in a fresh new Server 2008 R2 DC as its replacement. This old server had many things on it which needed to be migrated off. Microsoft Certificate Authority was one of… Read More »
Every once in a while, Microsoft does something that makes you happy. I remember during the Windows server 2003 beta program, I entered in some feedback which in short stated, it would be nice if you didn’t have to attach a script to a group policy, but instead just have group policy do it for… Read More »
So today I ran across a tool on posted on the forums at petri.co.il called the Microsoft IT Environment Health Scanner. Now I guess this came out back in August but it is new news to me. This tool kind of takes off from their Best Practices Analyzers and narrows it down to just your… Read More »
So today I came across something which I think might be useful. By default, Microsoft Windows IIS 6.0 does not have the capibilities out of the box to serve up flash video files (.flv). This is a quick and simple fix that can be taken care of in just about a minute.
I know most of the time we think of the end users as being the lowest on the technological totem pole, but I learned something from someone the other day. This person told me that you could change the subject line of a received email in Outlook. I have taught a few classes on Outlook and I thought that was crazy talk. I was wrong.
Having templates in MS Word is a useful thing when you have company letterhead or other forms.
Here is an easy way to access templates on a central repository.
I've been gone due to changing jobs. I no longer get the pleasure to work with the Lazy Network Admin.
But, the scripts must go on! This script should be run as a logon script and it will remove MS Project silently from a computer.
Whats good about this script is that you can modify it a bit and remove any software with a silent switch!
Give it a try. I hope it helps you out.
In a plain, generic installation of Exchange Server 2000 or 2003, your users have to type a full url in order to get to their mail in OWA. This article will show you how to create an easy address for your users to type in to get to their email.