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Mar
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comment Starting a virtual network interface on boot
That's odd, ONBOOT should pretty much work regardless...
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answered Starting a virtual network interface on boot
Jan
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May
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comment Active Directory Account Locked, Attempts Every 60 Seconds From Exchange
It wasn't running as, which made it harder to hunt down, it was credentials internally it used for mounting and checking the exchange datastore, which I believe needs exchange management roles.
May
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answered Active Directory Account Locked, Attempts Every 60 Seconds From Exchange
Apr
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comment Active Directory Account Locked, Attempts Every 60 Seconds From Exchange
Removed all devices from my Exchange mailbox just to be sure (had my old phone on there too).
Apr
30
comment Active Directory Account Locked, Attempts Every 60 Seconds From Exchange
Logged out of all RDP sessions, verified from 2nd account. No software or services running as my account.
Apr
30
comment Active Directory Account Locked, Attempts Every 60 Seconds From Exchange
Nope, don't have any cards to cache.
Apr
30
revised Active Directory Account Locked, Attempts Every 60 Seconds From Exchange
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Oct
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accepted Configure Nagios To Alert Depending On Host Group That Service Alert Originates From
Oct
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comment Configure Nagios To Alert Depending On Host Group That Service Alert Originates From
Oh geez... it's right there plain as day, let me go ahead and apply this sometime this week and verify that this does what I need, guess it's easy points for you.
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Jul
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comment Can a “4 line” Grandstream GXP 2000 handle 8 lines?
youtube.com/watch?v=3Sn3zdiU2WY
Jul
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comment Can a “4 line” Grandstream GXP 2000 handle 8 lines?
Add a queue using the Trixbox interface, give it an extension and make that the destination for inbound calls, add the receptionist to the queue as an agent. Though having multiple lines helps if the receptionist needs to put a lot of people on hold, park works well for this too. You can easily test this out by adding yourself to a queue with an extension and having another phone call it, the phone calling will hear music (or ringing, depending on how you configure it) and everyone as agents on the queue will have their phones ring (by whatever rule you apply).
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answered Can a “4 line” Grandstream GXP 2000 handle 8 lines?
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