Monthly archives: September 2011

There are times when you think to your self “Why the Hell Windows, just, WHY!?” This is generally when you realise that something so simple is causing the server to behave completely erratically but you can’t put your finger on it. In this case, I have a HP DL385 quad […]

Slow HP Server running Windows 2003 R2 64bit

I don’t know about you but administering Macs is a whore of a job. The good stuff though is the bottom end of it being a BSD/Linux system you can do stuff like reset the admin password when a user brings you their Mac from home and begging you to […]

Reset Apple OS X password

I don’t know about you, but I still create my users using an old VBS script. It creates the users fine but the Exchange Server is 2007 so it creates a legacy-mailbox type which can’t be used from OWA. Easy fix, in PowerShell, search and apply mandatory properties to fix […]

Find & Update legacy mailboxes