Category Archives : General


Dell Windows 7 Factory Recovery

Do you have a Dell Laptop that came with Windows 7 but for some odd reason you do not have the restore or recovery options Dell tells you to use and need to recover or restore the machine to the way it came from the factory. Well, if you still have the recovery partition, you […]

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Enterprise Social Network and Collaboration Tools

Just a quick list I’ll be updating of Enterprise Social Network and Collaboration tools (Enterprise Collaboration Software) we have found and/or are reviewing. Our non-profit organization has reached another plateau and is evaluating collaboration tools. I found the make-up of staff to be in two camps. Camp A are those that have grown up in […]


got-svn problems on Mac – Mountain Lion

This came from an Atlassian article that appears to no longer be available or has moved. I pulled this from the Cached version of the article on Google for reference. Hopefully this will others having the same problem with git-svn Mac. Symptoms git-svn repositories fail to clone/pull/push from Subversion after upgrading to Mac OS X […]

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Old School Layout

I thought it might be good to show a little vulnerability. <grin> Today, going low-tech helped me see the forest and the trees. Well, that and a discussion with a colleague. Events of late have really zapped my creative juices. A quick phone call and paper helped show a simpler solution. Hopefully this brings a […]

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Internet Explorer Quirks Mode with HTML Comments

Interesting lesson was learned on a client’s project recently. We know that you will typically add the follow meta tag in the head: <meta http-equiv=”X-UA-Compatible” content=”ie=edge,chrome=1″> Now, this works as it should most of the time, however, I ran into an instance where IE 9 was still going into quirks mode. After spending 30 minutes […]


Enable access-based enumeration on Windows 2008 R2 File Share

HTTP Commander and Windows 2008 R2 Server File Shares

Evaluating HTTP Commander This week we have evaluated the HTTP Commander (HTTP Commander) product by Element-IT product as a solution to a web-based file manager project. Our evaluation found many things to like about this product including the ability to use Active Directory authentication. Via impersonation, the application also honors NTFS permissions on remote file shares. […]