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Every now and again you just have to add a server to every public folder's replicas list (like, when you configure a new mailbox server). It's pretty easy to do. Open up an Exchange Management Shell, and type in this command: AddReplicaToPFRecursive.ps1 -TopPublicFolder -ServerToAdd YourNewServer Give it...

MakeUseof.com posted a review of an interesting hard disk analysis freeware application that uses a Treemap to visually map disk contents.  The application works fairly quickly.  I downloaded and tested it with my laptop this evening and it works pretty well.  As you know, I...

Recently my Outlook email autocomplete quit working.   This is the nice feature that will autocomplete email addresses after you've entered them in one time previously.  This saves a ton of time so that you don't have to: Look up email addresses for people that you...

The Problem: Today, I fixed an extremely perplexing error. One of our clients was getting errors on every one of his mail programs about SSL for IMAP. One of the errors was "SERVER has sent an incorrect or unexpected message. Error Code: -12263" in Thunderbird. After I poked...

Yesterday, Dell EqualLogic announced the release of the PS6500X array. If you're not familiar with EqualLogic arrays, they are extremely scalable, easy to manage iSCSI SANs that help companies make better use of their storage.  The PS6500X, like the PS6500E, has 48 drives in a 4U...

There is a potentially useful Excel add on tool for analysis of Google Analytics activity called Excellent Analytics.  I haven't installed and played with the tool yet.  If anyone decides to give this a whirl let me know what you think....

After much trial and error with various solutions, I have a reliable way to stream music from my Linux server to my DirecTV HR-20 DVR. A few years ago, I found two very excellent internet radio stations from Nullsoft/Winamp’s SHOUTcast service. I have used Winamp for...

EqualLogic's snapshot functionality effectively freezes the data on the volume, and writes any changes off to another part of the disk. This excellent method of snapshots ensures that you have access to the entire volume as it was right when the snapshot was created, while...

Does my company need a Blackberry server? Today more than ever, companies are looking for ways to keep their employees connected while out of the office.  Blackberry is the world leader in handheld email, web and phone communication and a major reason why employees can still...

I use disk cleanup pretty regularly, but I never check the "Compress Old Files" option. Although I never use it, it always checks the entire file system while determining what to clean up. That part of the process takes forever. I found the fix: http://kb.ucla.edu/articles/automatically-skip-compress-old-files-when-doing-disk-cleanup-in-2000-or-xp Text from the...

The term RAID stands for “Redundant Array of Independent Disks," and it is a way for computer users to gain a lot of storage reliability from ordinary disk drives without having to resort to more expensive components. Better performance and/or capacity is achieved by arranging...

Do you have a site that is just out of reach of your physical network? Maybe a remote warehouse across a field, or maybe two building that are separated by a public street?  Getting right-of-way permits and hiring a professional boring company to come in...

Just a reminder, if you plan to run Hyper-V for production use, you should definitely run the System Center tools to manage your instances.  A new beta is now available for download.  ...

A storage area network, or SAN, is a major investment for any company. There are two types of SAN technology -- iSCSI and Fibre Channel. There are several factors that go into deciding which technology is right for a particular application. A SAN should be designed...

Most managers find it difficult to approve technology expenditures submitted by their IT staff. It's especially hard if you don't have a technology background. Many managers have been forever scarred after spending an afternoon trying to learn the technical jargon involved in making an upgrade...

I found this presentation on Chris Webbs Windows Live Blog. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzgMMO-P9F0 The six minute video does a good job of highlighting the features which Gemini will add to Excel. One of the main benefits will be breaking the 1 million row barrier on data in Excel....

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