Specify ClickView Server IP settings via the Registry using Group Policy with an ADMX Template

So I was recently going through our Group Policy and found that we were applying a reg file to specify the Server IP for our ClickView Players.¬† I don’t really like this approach anymore and tend to try and have everything nice and neat so I set about creating a ADM file to store the … Continue reading "Specify ClickView Server IP settings via the Registry using Group Policy with an ADMX Template"

Use Microsoft Excel to split words into cells for easier data manipulation

A client was recently part of an expo and used the opportunity to collect subscribers for their mailing list. Unfortunately the data input method wasn’t designed with their back end database in mind which has a potential customer’s first name and last name separated into different fields. ¬†Luckily the data was clean enough that we … Continue reading "Use Microsoft Excel to split words into cells for easier data manipulation"

How to Configure SNTP/NTP Time Source on HP ProCurve MSM 765zl Wireless Mobility Controller

I was recently investigating authentication methods for our Wireless system and wanted to test out Active Directory.  Basically, the controller would be checking directly with Active Directory if clients should be allowed to access our Wireless network.  After we started configuring Active Directory Authentication we noticed that the time on our MSM controller was off, … Continue reading "How to Configure SNTP/NTP Time Source on HP ProCurve MSM 765zl Wireless Mobility Controller"

Setting item level (Calendar, Tasks etc) permissions for Mailboxes and Users with PowerShell for Exchange 2007, 2010 and 2013

Every so often I get a request to allow people to view someone else’s calendar. Usually I just tell that person to go and ask whom ever the calendar belongs to, to give them permission. This isn’t always possible though as on a few occasions where I’ve had to give access because that other person … Continue reading "Setting item level (Calendar, Tasks etc) permissions for Mailboxes and Users with PowerShell for Exchange 2007, 2010 and 2013"