Technology Made Simple
Sunday November 17th 2019

Insider

Archives

‘Server Types’ Archives

XP Mode “Virtual Windows XP could not be restored”

XP Mode “Virtual Windows XP could not be restored”

I recently ran into a weird problem with my Windows XP mode program in Windows 7.  While trying to turn on the virtual machine, I kept getting a pop up with the following error: "windows xp mode could not be restored because of either host processor type mismatch" Regardless of what I tried to do, I couldn't get the Windows XP Mode virtual [...]

Top 5: Most overlooked configuration items

Top 5: Most overlooked configuration items

No matter how prepared and how well documented the network is, sometimes techs forget some basic configurations sometimes.  It’s never intentional, but sometimes there are small configurations that we just need to double check.  Below is a list of some things that I’ve seen (and have) forgotten to double check when doing a [...]

Windows 7 FTP Server

Windows 7 FTP Server

There are many reasons you might want to set up your own FTP server, you want access to files when you are not in the office or home.  But what many people don't know is that winthin Windows 7 has a built in FTP server to it, and to activate and confgure it is easier than you might think. 1. Go to Start ->Control Panel -> Programs. Then [...]

Blackberry Java Exception

    A Blackberry was handed to me, that wouldn't turn on the Bluetooth on the device.  When I would click to turn it on...it would try and then uncheck the box and show me a red X.  Going to the Bluetooth options or attempting to connect the Bluetooth would do nothing...I could click and click and nothing would happen.  When I rebooted the [...]

Exchange 2007 and Shared Mailboxes

    In many environments it might come in handy to create a "Shared Mailbox", this would be a mailbox that does not have an "active" user associated with this.  Exchange 2007 lets you create a shared mailbox, that created and then disabled an active directory account.  This creates the mailbox without the pesky problem of having an active [...]

Dell PowerVault NAS 8002801d error

Ok, so if you are reading this entry, then that means like me, you are administering a Dell PowerVault NAS error and when going to certain managment websites you got one of the following errors: Persistent Images to Restore, error '8002801d' ,Library not registered. /snapshots/psm_vr_list.asp, line 513 Volume Settings, error '8002801d' [...]

Q&A Moday: Exchange 2007 E-Mail Forwards

Question: I am new to the Exchange 2007 environment, I've worked with Exchange 5.5, 2000, and 2003 and I'm running into a problem that I don't know how to fix.  I have a user who wants to forward all incoming e-mail from our email server to his personal GMail account.  I loaded his Outlook profile on my computer and set up a rule to forward [...]

Windows Printer Pooling

Windows Printer Pooling

    You may run into a situation where you need to pool a bunch of printers together and have the jobs printed to them spread out amongst different printers.  One example is if you company prints a bunch of reports on a regular basis.  Printing to just one printer (depending on the size of your reports) could take forever, yet if you spread [...]

 Page 2 of 2 « 1  2