Brendan King

Brendan completed Cyberoam Certified Network & Security Professional exams

As part of ongoing professional development  Brendan has now completed the Cyberoam Certified Network & Security Professional exam. The course and exam included the following modules Module 1: Basics of Networking & Security Module 2:Cyberoam Identity Based UTM Module 3:Cyberoam Products Module 4:Cyberoam Deployment Module 5:Firewall Module 6:User Authentication Module 7:Content Filter Module 8:Gateway Anti-Virus /.

Outlook 2007 not displaying new email items in inbox or folder until view refreshed by pressing column

I am coming across this issue where a folder shows the message count, but the actual folder display is showing nothing. If a resort is done by pressing a column heading, the message in the folder then display. There is a suggested fix here to do with Trust Center Settings and Privacy Options in.

Windows 7 or Windows 2008 add quicklaunch toolbar

By default Windows 7 and 2008 no longer display the quick launch toolbar. Some users prefer this to the new taskbar method of pinning programs. The problem with pinning is you cannot create distinct shortcuts to particular files, you can only group like files on the program that executes it. To add the quick launch.

Exchange 2007 or 2010 stopping NDR from postmaster@ filling queues from backscatter spam

If you find your queues are getting full of NDRs from the postmaster to spammers you can turn off allow non-deliveyr reports in the Hub transport\remote domains\default\properties This however will stop NDRs from being generated that are valid. You may therefore want to configure anti spam filtering If running a single exchange server with hub.

Remote desktop windows 2008 R2 sessions ends abruptly with Protocol error

When you try to remote control another session on a Windows 2008 R2 terminal server you may receive the message. Change the RDP Compression setting on the server to “Balances memory and network bandwidth” (recommended) or “Optimized to use less memory” using Group Policy. If using Windows Server 2008 R2 you may also choose “Do.