So we had a few users delete their OneNote printer from the Printers List in Windows. OneNote is a great program and is bolstered by the use of the printer allowing you to push pretty much anything into OneNote. We ran an office repair but the printer didn’t actually return for our users, so I … Continue reading "Getting back the OneNote 2010 Printer by Installing a generic printer driver, and then configure it for Microsoft Office OneNote 2010"
Recently had to restart a client’s server after running some Windows Updates. A few hours after the restart the client contacted me stating that they couldn’t access their e-mails via the web. I quickly had a look, the login page presented itself, so I logged in and after clicking Sign in I was presented with … Continue reading "Blank page (auth.owa Http 500) when logging into Outlook Web Access running on Exchange 2010"
I recently setup a SBS 2011 server for one of my clients. For several reasons we changed the external name to reach the server so instead of remote.fdqn.com.au it would be exchange.fqdn.com.au this worked perfectly once DNS settings propagated and allowed employees to connect externally via webmail or Outlook Anywhere (one of the best features … Continue reading "Security warning when you start Outlook 2007 and then connect to a mailbox that is hosted on a server that is running Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server 2010: “The name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site”"
For our new roll out next year, we are deploying Microsoft Office 2010 and using KMS as our licensing method. Througthe use of sysprep’s generalize command, Windows will flush its Activation Status and associated hardware ID as well as rearming the activation state to its fresh install state (grace period). With the introduction of Office … Continue reading "Office 2010 and Windows Sysprep Adventures"