After four frustrating days I have finally managed solve the “SBS 2003 SP2 Broadcom Event ID 1053 1054 RPC Error” problem ! OK basically we bought a new Dell server with Broadcom Extreme II NIC’s & SBS 2003 premium. Went through the basic setup & install all pretty straightforward, join the domain OK, DNS all … Continue reading SBS 2003 SP2 Broadcom Event ID 1053 1054 RPC Errors !!
@ECHO OFF @Echo Micross Backup – Please make sure all users are logged out Pause SET CMD_PATH=C:WINDOWSsystem32cmd.exe %CMD_PATH% /c “xcopy M:DATAmicross** f:”/c/h/d/i/e/k/r/y @ECHO Finished backups. @PAUSE
Website owners have been warned to keep their registration up to date because lapsed domain names are being snapped up within 10 seconds of becoming available. Re-registration, which has to be done every two years, can cost as little as Â£5 but you can pay ten times as much to get an address back – … Continue reading Lapsed domain names bought in seconds
H.323 uses a single fixed TCP port (1720) to start a call using the H.225 protocol (defined by H.323 spec) for call control. Once that protocol is complete, it then uses a dynamic TCP port for the H.245 protocol (also defined by the H.323 spec) for caps and channel control. Finally, it opens up 2 … Continue reading Firewall Port Forwarding for H.323 video
Typical ports that need to be opened on the firewall: 80 (TCP) HTTP Optional for external administration 389 (TCP) LDAP ILS registration 1503 (TCP) T.120 1720 (TCP) H.323 H.323 call setup 1731 (TCP) H.323 H.323 audio call control 1024-65535 (UDP) H.245, RTP, RTCP Various audio/video controls As the above list shows, opening the required ports … Continue reading Typical ports used for video conferencing
â€“ A typical consumer who misspells a popular URL has a 1 in-14 chance of landing at a typo-squatter site â€“ Childrenâ€™s sites are heavily targeted: More than 60 of the most squatted sites are designed to appeal to the 18-and-under demographic, with squatters targeting domains like webkinz.com, clubpenquin.com and neopets.com â€“ Some typo-squatters take … Continue reading TypoSquatting – Interesting findings from McAfee
By default, the firewall is disabled on SBS SP1 because the SBS uses the Basic Firewall in RRAS to protect the LAN and the SBS itself. Also, since SBS host many services, if you enable the Windows firewall on SBS, it will result in many problems. When you enable the option, then a Windows Firewall … Continue reading Cannot open firewall on SBS 2003 ipnat.sys
ASAP Ventures, parent to leading car hire comparator Carrentals.co.uk, has purchased Recycle.co.uk for Â£150,000 – the highest amount ever paid for a .co.uk internet domain name. The investment is the latest in a series of purchases for the group, which has also recently bought Fly.co.uk for Â£87,500, broadening its portfolio in the online market into … Continue reading UK domain name bought for record amount
If you have lost the password to unlock the server group on Symantec System Centre Version 7 – 9 (dont know about later versions) you can change it back to the default password by: 1) Go to the primary parent server of the affected group. 2) Search the registry for the value “ConsolePassword” and delete … Continue reading Lost Password Symantec System Centre
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You can work this out using the following basic formula: Avg Basket Size x Avg Conversion rate = Avg Sales Per Hundred Clicks x Affiliate Commission = Avg Earnings Per Hundred Clicks ie. Your merchant pays 10% commission & has an avg. basket of Â£50 & a 10% conversion rate. This means for every 100 … Continue reading Will your merchants commissions support your PPC campaign?
Here is the script I use to backup our Vault 2008 server, I run this as a scheduled task batch file on our SBS 2003 server. Note the -S switch to run the backup in silent mode so you dont get irritating ‘OK’ pop up windows etc. -VP is where you enter your password. Obviously … Continue reading Script to automate backing up Autodesk Vault 2008
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Are there already people doing this that are wildly successful? Am I able to replicate their success? If not, why? Am I spending time on something which I do not know whether it will make me money Find an offer Research demand for offer Research supply for offer Do keyword research Write ad and get … Continue reading Affiliate Marketing – Rinse & Repeat Notes