Monthly Archives: January 2009

HKCRScan Tool [ Microsoft ]

¤ TOOL TO CHECK IF REGISTRY ENTRY WITH MORE THAN 259 CHARACTERS EXISTS ¤ What a week this has been so far. Firstly my Exchange 2003 Server’s OWA functionality fails on me since Friday last week, and secondly the fix that … Continue reading

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Message Tracking WMI Error

Most blogs are right on how to resolve the ID no: 80041010 Exchange System Manager error but this was the best one i found out there so far. http://forums.msexchange.org/m_1800498640/printable.htm All props to Rajiv.

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AVG 8.0 CTF File Error

I received the error “Invalid Update Control CTF File” some time back and here’s how I resolved it. You Will have to remove ONLY the CTF temp files from your C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Avg8\update\download. These are the files with … Continue reading

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Digsby – My New Best Chat Client

Being in the IT field, I get to chat to many of my colleagues…past and present, with regards to work and sometimes just fun. This has now resulted in me having MSN, Yahoo, Skype, and GTalk chat clients installed as … Continue reading

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OpenSource Project

  “I support Open source”…that is usually my first response to any conversation that comes up with regards to an Open source project. Think about it; how IT literate would users be if they had to work on Open source … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace

Ever felt like you just avoided tragedy, not knowing how but amazingly enough you used that short cut you’ve always avoided only to hear that there was a car pileup on your usual route at exactly the same time you … Continue reading

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Backup Exec Compression Types

I often get asked how data compression works in Backup Exec…which one has a better compression ratio, which one is faster etc. Well here’s what I know… There are 2 data compression types in Backup Exec: Software & Hardware.  Software … Continue reading

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