Monthly Archives: September 2010

Nobody Types in Phone Numbers

On Castle, the TV show, I heard a great quote, “Nobody types in phone numbers on a cell phone anymore.” We don’t call our friends by entering their phone numbers, we call them by entering their contact. In the event … Continue reading

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Server Installation Documentation by Using Problem Steps Recorder

I had to laugh today when IM’ing with a client about their upcoming installation. The systems engineer that I was chatting with hates documentation. He usually pays a tech writer to sit next to him to document all of his … Continue reading

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Lab Computers and Losing Trust Relationships with the Domain

It is very common for people that use labs to have times where a computer loses its trust relationship with the domain. For example, if you restore the computer from backup or if you perform a restore from a snapshot … Continue reading

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Why Isn’t My Office Communicator Address Book Updating?

A very common scenario in OCS 2007 and 2007 R2 is that client computers do not get updates to the Address Book right away. I know that this has been blogged about by many people that are more knowledgeable about … Continue reading

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Plantronics Savi Go WG101

I got another great device from Plantronics, and I think it is probably the best of the headsets that I have tested so far for a few reasons. Flexibility – I plugged the dongle into my PC and it connected … Continue reading

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