Recorded: June 24, 2009
Your Host: Rich Niemeier and Keith Albright
Show Length: 51:23

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  • Getting rid of ISA 2000 Proxy server
  • Geeks, logic, and superstition.
  • Crystal Reports CSV export problem
  • Why do users hate giving up old systems
  • APC monitoring software – doesn’t work like it should
  • Working on co-workers PC’s

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  1. 1
    Andy Helsby
    July 24th, 2009 at 11:47 am

    Thought i’d (belatedly) comment on the APC software issue as I’ve spent the best part of two weeks dealing with their incompetent support.
    Apparently for any UNINTERRUPTABLE power supply, the standard fix is to unplug all devices from the ups and unplug the device from the power supply. Hardly uninterruptable.

    As to your issue, if you pay a (un)reasonable $500 for a management network card in the ups you configure the network card to have an ip address using the configuration wizard, use the web interface to configure the ups and then install powerchute network shutdown (pcns) software on each individual server to talk to the ups web interface. However at the moment i’m having issues getting the pcns software on the server to talk to the ups web interface.

    You also mentioned you redirect user data to the server – but why would you want to redirect outlook OST files to the server? PST’s I can sort of understand (nonwithstanding the stupid MS restrictions and warnings of doing this) but OST’s?

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