Monthly Archive:: February 2013

Microsoft Live Meeting Going Away on April 29th, 2013

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Microsoft Live Meeting is officially going away on April 29th, 2013. It was a great piece of software while it lasted. If you haven’t already started your migration to a different product or aren’t ready for Lync, now is the time. You don’t want to be caught of guard.

Will IE10 be pushed out via Windows Updates?

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As we all know Microsoft “officially” announced the launch of IE10 today for Windows 7. But what a lot of system administrators are wanting to know is if IE10 is going to be pushed out via Windows Updates? And the answer is yes, it is. IE10 Updates According to

Microsoft Security Essentials Error Upon Windows Startup 0x80070002

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If you are receiving an error upon windows starting up in Windows 7, Error code: 0x80070002, after trying to uninstall Microsoft Security Essentials then follow the steps below to fix it. Microsoft Security Essentials Step 1 First you will want to download and run the Microsoft Fix it tool

Performing a System State Backup in Windows Server 2003

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Follow the instructions below to perform a system state backup in Windows Server 2003. We realize this is an old operating system, but there are a lot of companies (including clients I have recently worked with) still using Windows Server 2003. System State Backup Step 1 Go to the

The Negatives with Xbox Music, Spotify, and Rdio Music Subscriptions

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Xbox Music – Spotify – Rdio With all of the music subscriptions out there it is hard to choose between them. Honestly the best thing to do is try each for a month and see which one fits you best. If you are a heavy mobile user, the app

Adding a Contact to the Address Book on a Toshiba e-STUDIO Copier

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There are two ways you can add a contact to the address book on a Toshiba e-STUDIO copier. The first is via the web interface, Top Access. The second is via a CSV file.

Package New Client Agent – Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security

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Follow the instructions below to package a new .MSI client for both the 32 bit version and 64 bit version of Trend Micro Security Agent. This should work on Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security Version 6.0, 7.0, and 8.0. Trend Micro Client Agent Step 1 Browse to the following

Disconnected User Mailbox or Room Mailbox Not Showing Up in Exchange Console

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Ran across a problem after disabling a room mailbox, it didn’t show up in the Exchange Management Console. This applies to both User Mailboxes and Room Mailboxes. Perhaps you disabled a mailbox by accident, or you don’t have time to wait for the Exchange cache to expire and you

Distribution List Not Receiving Out-Of-Office Replies

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If you are not receiving out-of-office replies on your Exchange distribution list, follow the simple steps below. Distribution List Step 1 Launch the Exchange Management Console (via MMC). Step 2 Under Recipient Configuration, click into “Distribution Group.” Step 3 Go into the properties of your distribution list and into

How to Reset and Clear Avaya 5610SW IP Phone Settings

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Follow the steps below to both clear and reset your Avaya 5610SW IP Phone. Maybe you need to clear the IP address or change the extension of the phone. Applies to 5610SW, 5621SW. Reset the settings on Avaya 5610SW A reset is like a soft reset. It wipes out