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Find a shared folder path easily on a Windows environment

May 20, 2014

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Finding a shared folder path on a Windows environment or an Active Directory domain may sounds easy but took me few minutes to figure out. Even the keywords that I put in to Google was not displaying what I wanted; instead it showed me “Find a shared folder” which directed me on of Microsoft’s Technet library. […]

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4 Implementable tools you will need to your day-to-day functions

November 5, 2013

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In our day to day life we need applications & programs (tools) to get our duties done. We use anonymous application programs for different type of purposes. There are commercial and non-commercial tools that we use to fulfill our needed tasks. And there are complex software suits to do specific tasks such like editing graphics, […]

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Android WCDMA / 3G only

April 25, 2013

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After upgrading you phone to ICS or if you have a shiny new android phone you might not find WCDMA only option under network settings which is a painful thing when you have a lower 3G coverage and want to browse some websites or download some apps. Here’s a simple workaround. Open up the dial pad and […]

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Archive All Incoming & Outgoing Mails in Zimbra / Postfix

March 4, 2013

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My friend using Zimbra at his office asked me that if there’s any possibilities to keep all incoming and outgoing mails of all users in separate location where his boss can see the mails while users are unaware of it After few Google searches I found the solution. It basically auto bcc all inbound and […]

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Rsync Script With File Versioning by Date

February 19, 2013

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This script I’m using on my file server when mirroring the data from primary hard drive to backup and external hard drive. Which basically checks for the files which have been modified or deleted on primary by comparing backed up data on the backup drive and then move the unmodified and undeleted files from backup […]

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Multi Logins on Skype [no softwares needed]

February 18, 2013

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As usual I was just working and suddenly wanted to use Skype to call my friend. No big deal!! Because, anyone can do such a thing by logging out from the existing and signing in with the one you needed. But there are very few who may need both to be logged in within one […]

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Zimbra 8.0 Outgoing SMTP Authentication

October 19, 2012

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Recently I’ve installed zimbra 8.0 on one of my client’s server, but I couldn’t use existing wiki instructions to relay outbound mails through no-ip. After few searches, found the solution in zimbra forums. In brief we have to use zmlocalconfig instead of postconf. Follow the instructions below to enable outgoing smtp authentication in zimbra 8.0 […]

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Hide & Password Protect uTorrent with Boss-Key

October 5, 2012

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We always wanted this, just to hide uTorrent from appearing on windows taskbar and avoid others from accessing it. Without using any other softwares to hide icons in taskbar now we have hiding feature built-in to uTorrent along with password protected access called ‘boss key’. Here’s how to do configure it. And I wouldn’t recommend […]

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How to Change Network Interface Name in Ubuntu (eth1 to eth0)

September 25, 2012

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When last time I replaced the network card on my Ubuntu server and I couldn’t get the network to work.  Then I found ‘eth1‘ instead of ‘eth0‘ in ‘ifconfig’. But configuration was set to ‘eth0′ in ‘/etc/network/interfaces‘ file. So the solution is to rename ‘eth1′ back to ‘eth0′ as follows. In Ubuntu edit the following file. […]

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Workaround for TCP/IP Security Limitation in Windows XP

September 8, 2012

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One of my clients running their internal Mail Server in Windows XP SP2. And some times an event is logged as “TCP/IP has reached the security limit imposed on the number of concurrent TCP connect attempts” and the Event ID: 4226. For security (malware infections) reason since Windows XP SP2 release it limits 10 concurrent connections […]

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