Where would we be without “t’internet”, even more lonely, that’s where! Thusly it is often useful to be able to manipulate your systems IP settings directly. Below are the building blocks for batch files which you can use to, for instance, switch between multiple “IP setups” instantly (i.e. “work”, “home” & “mobile” setups, for instance).
SharePoint is a very powerful and flexible tool. However, there are some areas where it’s not as simple as logging into the admin area of it to change the way it works. Sometimes you have to get “down & dirty” with it to make it do what you need it to do. Sometimes even for
Having “PHPMyAdmin” setup is most useful when working with a large number of the more sophisticated, MySQL driven, web applications out there, however, setting it up is not always as easy as it should be… Having been through a LOT of tooing & froing with “Fasthosts“, my (now previous) web host, I include below the
So what’s the most important technology in making the Internet usable / logical? Easy. DNS. Without it we’d all be typing in phone numbers to get to websites… stupid! However, because it’s so amazing, when it’s not working well, we all really suffer. So below are some resources to help you through your DNS related
Having just successfully completed a “worst case” email data restore / recovery from Exchange 2003 backup, I feel it would be useful to pull all the sources of info I used to do this together into one concise guide, for anyone who ever needs to do likewise! Scenario: Total loss of Exchange 2003 email server.