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Microsoft Exchange server 2010 and Office 2010 launch

I’ve seen the preview of this 2 software at GITEX 2009 on Micorsoft stand. they are introducing so many cool features

Microsoft will begin releasing new versions of Office-related products on 2010. Exchange 2010 will be the first , entering beta for customers to download from MSDN. Exchange 2010 will become available in the second half of 2009. For more information about the release date click here. Now the best part is that there won’t be any .PST nightmare!!!

Office 2010 — including Office Web applications, SharePoint Server 2010, Visio 2010 and Project 2010. Office 2010 will come in 2 flavors (for 32-bit and for 64-bit processors) Also a rumor, Office 2010 with Windows Mobile 6.5 !!!

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November 24, 2009 Posted by | Exchange server 2010, Software | , , | Leave a comment

Windows 7 – Not like Vista

Recently launched windows new client OS has totally improved and so far i’ve no problems. I’m using Windows 7 Enterprise edition, where i like the most is the action centre and XP compatability mode. Software/Hardware compatibility issues were directly taken care in the action centre and our trouble shooting is much easy now. Microsoft blog dedicated to the engineering of Microsoft Windows 7 is really good. Lets see the performance

November 24, 2009 Posted by | Microsoft, Software | Leave a comment

Hot Days are over in Dubai

Dubai : Today 24th of November 2009..climate is getting cooler and cooler now..

Current Weather Details for Dubai 81°F 27°C

 Fair Feels Like 80°F

Humidity 39%

Pressure 29.97 in. Sunrise 6:42 AM Sunset 5:29 PM

Wind From WNW at 13mph

Visibility 6.2mi

HOT DAYS ARE OVER

November 24, 2009 Posted by | Dubai | | Leave a comment

Outlook client mails missing !!!

Ok, I have a user trying to use OWA but his Inbox is empty. He only can see new mail when it arrives but once it’s read it disappears. Any ideas? If he uses his Outlook client from his desktop eveything is fine, I have seen issues the other way around where OWA is showing everything but local Outlook client emails are missing. I tried rebuilding his and enabling and disabling local cached mode just to try with no luck.
It’s happening to only one user. No POP3 and no Rules. Using Standard Edition.
ANS : This usually means that the user has selected the ‘Unread Messages’ view in the OWA toolbar.
Where to Found :
Where is the Unread Message view on the tool bar? I can not find it. I am having this exact problem.
ANS : Look above the “New” button in the toolbar in IE, next to Inbox. It should say “Messages”.

November 24, 2009 Posted by | Computer TIPS | , | 1 Comment

How to reset DELL machine from Vista Business to Enterprise upgrade

Dell D630 Vista upgrade issue
 
I want to share with you guys
I recently brought Dell D630, which comes with Windows Vista – Business edition
I’ve Windows vista Enterprise license, and would like to upgrade this to Enterprise
There are no way the system will allow the upgrade..it always comes to the blue screen
Even if you try on the safe mode, it won’t go

the solution which works with me is that
when it boots, Press F2, this will take you to the BIOS settings, there you press ALT+F
This will prompt you for SATA changes..press save changes and press ESC and then say YES.

This works fine and now i’m using Vista Enterprise, without any issue (cross the finger)
Anyone who experience this issue, can try out

November 24, 2009 Posted by | Computer TIPS | , | Leave a comment

How to log on to Windows Server 2003 as admin after disabling the admin account

Windows Server 2003 allows you disable the the local Administrator account to provide an additional level of security. It even defaults to disabling the local Administrator on the destination computer of a RIS (Remote Installation Services) install.

To log on as the local Administrator after you disable that account:

01. Restart your server.

02. After the POST (Power On Self Test), press F8.

03. On the Advanced Options menu, use the ARROW keys to select Safe Mode and press Enter.

04. Select the operating system that you want to start and then press Enter.

05. Log on as Administrator. If prompted, select an item in the Why did the computer shut down unexpectedly list and press OK.

06. Right-click My Computer and press Manage.

07. Expand Local Users and Groups.

08. Select Users.

09. Right-click Administrator in the right-hand pane and press Properties.

10. Clear the Account is disabled box and press OK.

11. Restart your server and log on normally as Administrator.

NOTE: You can also log on to the Recovery Console while the Administrator account is disabled.

November 24, 2009 Posted by | Computer TIPS | Leave a comment

How do you change the installation key without reinstalling Office?

It happens more often than you might think: you have two Office licenses and install the wrong one on a computer. If you activate it, Microsoft will think you moved it to a new computer and it can create problems later on.

How do you change the installation key without reinstalling Office?

 Close all Office applications that are open. Open the registry editor (Start menu, Run, type regedit) Find the following registry key and locate the correct key for the application that needs a new installation key (“CD key”). HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Registration The Office suite and any applications you installed individually will each have a registry key, identified by a GUID which resembles this one: {90110409-6000-11D3-8CFE-0150048383C9} Look at the data values for the application name, then delete the two ProductID keys – (DigitalProductID and ProductID). Open the application (any of the Office applications if you changed the suite key) and enter the correct CD key.

 If you already activated Office, you’ll need to reactivate it using the correct key. If you have more than one Office license, after activating the correct copy on the correct computer, save the activation files and export the Registration registry key. When you reinstall Office, you can use any of your licenses to install it then restore the activation and run the exported *.reg file to restore the correct licensing information on that computer.

November 24, 2009 Posted by | Computer TIPS | | Leave a comment

   

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