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Article by McKnife
You, the admin, deploy an MSI-based software update via group policy. To your surprise, a week later, numerous Windows 8 and Windows 10 clients still run the old software and the users complain, while all, yes, all Windows 7 machines run the new one.
[Just for fun I'll write the whole article in interview style...]
Q: What has gone wrong?
A: Not much, you just did not keep pace with the latest performance optimization tricks that Microsoft has introduced: "fast boot (https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/b8/2011/09/08/delivering-fast…
Article by joharder
At first glance, configuration of Framehawk within XenApp/XenDesktop 7.7 is straightforward. After all, it's just two policies: enable/disable and port numbers.
Framehawk should be considered for networks that are subject to excessive loss. For example, if you have field personnel that exclusively access XenApp/XenDesktop via cellular connections where service is something short of wonderful, this group would be a prime candidate for enabling Framehawk.
But the science behind Framehawk is what is really exciting. First, Framehawk is a virtual channel that is based o…
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Question: I have access to a public folder in Outlook 2010. I need to create an auto reply confirming for employees we received their email (that they in fact addressed their email correctly)
I'm being told I need to login to the email account (as a user) and set up an auto reply.
Doesn't this need to be set up in Exchange Management Console? We have Exchange …
Answer: You need to create a user, or use an existing non-administrative level user. Then in the EMC give the user send as permissions for the public folder. After that you need to login with the user account and set up an autoreply rule.
Answer by Russ Suter
Question: I transferred my project from vb6, and now it is working fine in vb.net
only the menu bar that I created in VB6 is missing. Can anyone advise how I go about re-creating the menu bar in VB.net?
Answer: Add a MenuStrip control to your form. The simplest way is to drag the MenuStrip from the Toolbox onto your form. You can then add menu items in pretty much the same way you did it in VB 6.
Answer by Sjef Bosman
Question: I need an entry in my outline to trigger some lotusscript.
It only allows Notes forumla so though I could add the lotusscript into the shared action and trigger the shared action using Notes forumla.
Anybody know what I would need to do this?
Answer: You need an agent, and the @Command( [RunAgent] ; agent ) command, or the @Command( [ToolsRunMacro] ; agent ) command.
Answer by lvjeff
Question: Dear Experts,
Thanks in advance ..
I need a your help regarding this.
We have a domain called abc.com and another domain called xyz.com. we want to create a forest trust between these two separate domains. The network setting of of abc.com is mention below. My question is what would be the network setting for xyz.com. It would be…
Answer: As long as you can route between the two subnets and the proper ports are open, then yes, you can create a trust. The easiest way would have been to create the xyz.com domain as and additional tree in the existing forest (abc.com) but you can do an external two way trus…
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