When migrating to Exchange Online, default settings for room mailboxes don’t allow others users than the “booker” to see information about the booking. This is a fast rundown of how I changed some permissions to allow users to see who booked the room.
(This is hastly jotted down. Updates may be needed…) Add mosquitto’s PPA to ubuntu, in a terminal sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mosquitto-dev/mosquitto-ppa If the command does’t work, read more here Run update sudo apt-get update Install the mosquitto server only sudo apt-get install mosquitto Install the mosquitto server and mosquitto pub/sub clients sudo apt-get install mosquitto mosquitto-clients Stop the mosquttio server sudo /etc/init.
In a terminal, write dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
Can’t add a PPA repository? Do this: sudo apt-get install python-software-properties Still does’t work? sudo apt-get install software-properties-common
In a terminal, write apt-cache search xxyyzz And to search all: apt-cache search .
How to configure a VPN client on Windows 8 Start by navigating to “Network and Sharing Center” Click “Set up a new connection or network” Click “Connect to a workplace” Click “Create a new connection” Click “Use my Internet connection (VPN)” In “Internet address:” type the adress to your VPN router and in “Destionation name:” type a descriptive name for the connection.
Some quick notes (not complete) On a “spare” debian computer (virtual), do the following: apt-get install build-essential apt-get install libftdi1 apt-get install libftdi-dev apt-get install libconfuse0 apt-get install libconfuse-dev apt-get cmake Download the latest telldus-core version from Telldus
As Synology NAS:es uses Roundcube for the “Mailstation” service, it’s rather easy to change desired settings. To force HTTPS on all connections to Roundcube: Connect to the Synology NAS through SSH
Recently I’ve replaced my server at home with a new one. I installed ESXi on a USB stick and enabled the SSH as described here Then updated it via vSphere Host Update Utility 4.
To install Active Directory on Server Core 2008 you need to run dcpromo.exe in unattended mode. First start notepad on the target Core server and paste the following: [DCINSTALL] InstallDNS=yes NewDomain=forest NewDomainDNSName=<The fully qualified Domain Name System (DNS) name> DomainNetBiosName=<By default, the first label of the fully qualified DNS name> SiteName=<Default-First-Site-Name> ReplicaOrNewDomain=domain ForestLevel=3 DomainLevel=3 DatabasePath="%systemroot%\NTDS" LogPath="%systemroot%\NTDS" RebootOnCompletion=yes SYSVOLPath="%systemroot%\SYSVOL" SafeModeAdminPassword=P@ssw0rd This is example is for a new forest installation with Forest and Domain level set to 2008.