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bio website neil.rashbrook.org
location Stevenage, United Kingdom
age 46
visits member for 4 years, 7 months
seen Nov 28 at 10:24

Nov
28
awarded  Caucus
Mar
24
comment Windows Server 2008 R2 - RDSH - Registry bloat with Samsung Universal Print Driver
I think I just ran into a similar problem - HKU\.DEFAULT\Software\SSPrint\sst3c had 24194 keys and 48168 values totalling 923,435,598 bytes - incredible! Only 2 keys and 2 values (628 bytes) appear to be necessary.
Mar
5
comment Bad idea to jump two versions in a server OS upgrade?
I didn't think Server 2012 supported upgrading directly from Server 2003.
May
20
awarded  Caucus
May
20
awarded  Constituent
Dec
6
answered Make Exchange 2007 use the correct SSL certificate
Jun
21
comment Using an AD-integrated Enterprise CA to issue an Exchange 2010 certificate
How do you do this in Exchange 2007? I don't think it has that wizard.
Jun
18
comment IIS Web Management Service not working Error 2147483640
This solved my problem, although in this case I had the error code 2147483656 (0x80000008).
Jun
10
asked Make Exchange 2007 use the correct SSL certificate
May
22
awarded  Supporter
May
22
comment Cannot start IIS - how do I find what is running on port 80?
I don't know what you think -d might do but -o is more useful than -b as it displays the PID on the same line and doesn't require elevation.
Apr
25
comment SBS 2008 DNS issues in BPA
I've done this but it doesn't seem to work, the BPA still shows both IP addresses.
Jan
23
awarded  Revival
Jul
21
answered How to reject relaying e-mail from users impersonating myself to myself
Jun
19
answered How do you designate where a Scheduled Task is created?
May
14
answered rDNS mx record problem, smtp test fails
Apr
30
awarded  Teacher
Apr
29
comment The network path was not found
OK, so what's a) your IP address b) your server's IP address c) what device has IP address 192.168.1.1 (if not one of the two above)?
Apr
28
answered The network path was not found
Apr
28
comment The network path was not found
I always thought that the UI was disabled on home versions.