I was receiving this error. After much Googling and after reading the posts below? It turn out that I had made the stupid error of not having the server in the correct subnet and the Exchange 2013 server was trying to get to the existing 2010 server via the firewall. Thought I would post… Read more »
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I’m really intrigued by Microsoft’s new browser, Spartan. Here’s the first video (as far as I’m aware) of it. It looks really nice and I’m hoping the hate for IE will die along with the browser. I really want this to be an hit for Microsoft, for this top happen they need to do two things…. Read more »
Recently I was involved in some work for a company that had a BT2Wire router. We wanted/needed to swap this out for a Draytek Vigor, which normally this wouldn’t be an issue. The issue this time around was that the BT2Wire had a couple of BT VoIP lines enabled and although only one in use… Read more »
If your seeing this when trying to connect to your DrayTek with the latest versions of Chrome. The Fix is fairly simple. Go and update to the latest version of the firmware, here, be sure to select the correct version of the firmware.
Windows 10 is coming to Raspberry Pi 2 and for free! Click image for further information.
I have found a few spare moments to welcome in 2015, at least I have managed to post this in January at least. I pretty much said it all in my 2014 post. More of the same really, I have many post in Draft, which I’m keen to finish of and get posted. I… Read more »
Well another year is coming to a close and it seems to have gone faster than the last. 2015 is going to be an interesting year for Microsoft, will they manage to turn around the negativity from Windows 8 and reignite Windows with Windows 10? Will 2015 be the year of Linux (Sorry, couldn’t resist that),… Read more »
So after installing a new Windows Server (DC) joined one of the existing PC’s to the domain and when it rebooted and I tried to login into it I received the following error, “User Profile Service Failed The Logon” The solution appears to be to login to the PC locally and search for all files… Read more »
So here’s the situation, PC dies you remove the hard drive and put it in a new PC. It boots and you receive a BSOD error 0x0000007B. If you do the following : – Exit all Windows-based programs. Click Start, type regedit in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER. If you receive the… Read more »
Open powershell and enter the following :
Which will return the system’s serial number registered in the BIOS. Enjoy.