I know this might be kind of late for some of you but I just had to perform an upgrade to our SQL server as our last vendor now supports SQL 2005. But I ended up with a problem. When upgrading I got an error (-1). What the hell it that? It was totally non-descript.… Read More »
Recently we encountered a need to export our wild card certificate from a Windows IIS server and use it in a Tomcat Server. The internet turned up very few results, many of which were incomplete. Here’s how I did it. Note: This assumes IIS6.1(Server 2003) but will similarly work with IIS5 and 7+ 1) Export… Read More »
In most cases, installing PHP on a Windows Server is a pretty routine task. Server 2008 R2 offers a new issue which wasn’t present in previous versions of Windows Server. As you may know, Server 2008 R2 is 64 bit ONLY. There is no 32 bit version. On top of this, IIS7’s interface is entirely… Read More »
Here’s something which I have been meaning to add up here. Since IE7 (I know, this one is old) no longer did running “C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE -E C:\” (or any other drive for that matter) work. You would always get an error message stating the system cannot find the device specified. Here’s how I got around that annoying message
Do you need to delete a lot of registry keys and all of its subkeys all the time?
This script removes registry keys and recursively remove all of the subkeys listed under the parent key.
Just drag and drop!
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.