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I found an old article on Christian Montoya’s blog about some base CSS techniques to apply to any new design.
I wanted to use the jQuery Autocomplete plugin for a project and found that it is only capable of sending HTTP GET requests which is incompatible with the default CodeIgniter configuration. CodeIgniter requires that you only use HTTP POST’s to your controllers to submit AJAX parameters.
This is more for my own records than for anyone elses, but to upgrade ESXi 3.5 U2 to 4.0 U1 on a HP DL360 G4p you need to perform the following steps
I’ve been having an issue getting .Net Framework 3.5 to install on one of our servers. I don’t know why we haven’t seen this error in the past as they’re all controlled by group policy but the cause ended up being that we use folder redirection on all domain user accounts
I have been trying to work out why emails were still being moved to user’s Junk Email folder in Outlook 2007 even though Junk Email Filtering was turned off by Group Policy. It turns out Exchange 2010 has it’s own Content Filtering which can move emails to the Junk Email folder regardless of your Outlook setting.
A guide on how to perform the move and some additional details from when I performed a CA migration.
Part of the transition from Exchange 2003 to 2010 has involved getting our BES 5 server to work with the new server.
I’m using the transition method to upgrade from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 for approximately 250 mailboxes with all roles on a single server. Here are a few notable points if you're perfoming the migration.
How to setup URL rewriting when hosting CodeIgniter on IIS 7
The reason for this problem is that MS KB953230 uses the same range of ports as WDS defaults to (64001-65000) for TFTP file transfers
Copy the .tar file you downloaded from cisco.com to a TFTP server then login to the switch and run the following command
As we’re implementing a migration from Windows 2003/Exchange 2003 to Windows 2008/Exchange 2007 at work at the moment I’ve been doing a lot of reading on FSMO placement for the new domain controllers. I found this article which gives a clear outline of how it should be done.
Many times I’ve gone to hit CTRL-K, S in a JOE session to save changes to a file but missed the “K” meaning I actually sent CTRL-S to the terminal which sends a “stop flow” signal.
Both my network monitoring servers suffered this condition over the 2wks my company takes holidays for Christmas so I returned to work to find 2 VMs consuming 6ghz of CPU between them. A quick check of top showed mysqld_safe consuming 100% CPU on both VMs for no apparent reason.
After messing around for the past 2hrs trying to figure out which driver I needed for the LSI Logic SCSI controller under ESXi I’ve finally worked it out.
I extracted a tarball which had applied 777 (rwx) permissions to all files and directories that it contained. I wanted to set all files to 644 and all directories to 755, but there were too many levels to do it manually so I needed to do it through a shell script.
I decided to install FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE in a VMware VM tonight since it was just released, and while the installation went smoothly I soon discovered that leaving the MBR of a fresh VM untouched was the wrong thing to do.
Back by popular demand, here's how to enable TLS on an IIS 6.0 SMTP virtual server.