Small Business Susan

Entries from March 2007 ↓

Trend and VSS Problem:   Your backup process takes longer to finish when real-time scan is enabled in Client / Server Security for SMB (CS) 3.5 or Client / Server / Messaging Security for SMB (CSM) 3.5. Also, there are instances when real-time scan detects an infected file in the shadow volume copy but cannot enforce […]

Whatever Session_OnEnd is … well it’s not working

 A developer’s strayings : Session_OnEnd not firing after applying Windows 2003 Service Pack 2: very recently discovered a bug in classic ASP (asp.dll) you get installing the Service Pack 2 for Windows 2003; removing the SP2 makes it work again as expected, so this is a regression bug introduced by the service pack itself. Basically with SP2 […]

Sometimes you get a sign So the Mountain Dew is fully in the system, I’m feeling really insane so I’m thinking I know I need the new HP Broadcom chipset drivers for my server here before I attempt SP2 again.  I know that in my earlier attempt, that I lost  VPN and TS to the server, but because I […]

Surf carefully folks…

So today, on a day of zero day Windows stuff, you will get emails, web sites and any manner of things taunting you to click. It’s called the tradition of “April Fools day” April Fools’ Day – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:’_Day But I’ll warn folks that this isn’t a weekend for blind clicking….

Blogs anyone?

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Power customization Sean Daniel blogs about how you can customize that Vista power policy…and check out Oliver’s wake on LAN that he’s built as well.. very kewl

Removing SP2

If you have SBS 2003 R2 (R2 mind you) and you remove SP2 the one thing you have to watch out for is the scheduled tasks getting messed up. Scheduled tasks If you uninstall Windows Server 2003 SP2, scheduled tasks may subsequently fail because of the loss of administrative credentials. To verify that this issue is the […]

More Star Wars stuff this year Yeah yeah Mr. Smartypants… but do you know about this one in California? California Science Center’s newest exhibit, Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination, has attracted more than 85,000 Los Angeles visitors so far. Northrop Grumman is a local sponsor for this traveling exhibition. The exhibition, features costumes and props from all six […]

Where’s Peter?

  Where’s Peter? I’m challenging all USA based SBSErs reading this blog….I want you to play a game of “Where’s Peter?” If you go to a TS2 seminar in the next quarter from April to June and happen to spot someone who looks like this: If he also has a loud great laugh and answers to the […]

Yahoo’s duplications When hosted services mess up… boy… do they mess up