Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Business Intelligence SP1 ISO-TBE | 5.75 GB
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Lighttek Limages 2.0 – 9.7 MB
This normally happens via a SharePoint timer job named User Profile to SharePoint Full Synchronization. It’s described function is:
“Synchronizes user information from the user profile application to SharePoint users and synchronizes site memberships from SharePoint to the user profile application”
Well for whatever reason, it wasn’t doing that. To correct the issue, there can be a couple fixes:
Make a change to one of the fields via Central Administration like Title. Save this change, then re-open the profile and set it back to what it’s supposed to be. This will sometimes force the sync to run properly.
Remove the user from the site collection and re-add them
This is what did it for me. To do this, perform the following: Continue reading
It’s rare to come across an organization (typically mid or enterprise size) that doesn’t have Sharepoint deployed. Continue reading
If you’re a Firefox user, about:addons-memory will help you find the add-ons that are dragging your browser’s performance down.
about:addons-memory doesn’t need the browser to be restarted upon installation. It adds a new about page, about:addons-memory that gives you a summary of the memory consumed by all installed and enabled add-ons in Firefox. Memory usage is shown in MB, followed by an Add-on column that shows the add-on’s relative memory usage in comparison with the others enabled add-ons. A ‘Minimize memory usage’ button at the bottom of the page allows you to reduce the memory being used, but it is a temporary solution. Memory usage might also fluctuate depending on whether an add-on is actively working currently or not. Continue reading
Microsoft exchange server 2010 | part-2
Step 2 – Configure Active Directory.
At the Server Management screen you should now see that you have 1 role installed. The Active Directory Domain Services may indicate that it is installed but there are errors. This is because the software is installed but not configured.
Configure Your Static IP Address
Leave the IP v6 set to the default setting of DHCP.
NOTE: Exchange requires that IP V6 be enabled. Even if you do not use IP V6 you must leave it enabled. During the setup of Active Directory, the Active Directory Setup Wizard will check that both IP v4 and IP v6 have static addresses. As long as the IP v4 address is static you can continue the installation. DO NOT DISABLE IP V6 or else the Exchange Hub Transport Service will not start.
Is this machine the central log server for your organization? If so, edit the file /etc/sysconfig/syslog.
Add or correct the following line:
SYSLOGD_OPTIONS=”-m 0 -r -s example.com “
Where example.com is the name of your domain.
If the machine is not a log server, edit /etc/sysconfig/syslog, and instead add or correct the line:
By default, RHEL5’s syslog does not listen over the network for log messages. The -r flag enables syslogd to listen over a network, and should be used only if necessary. The -s example.com flag strips the domain name example.com from each sending machine’s hostname before logging messages from that host, to reduce the amount of redundant information placed in log files.
Edit /etc/syslog.conf. Add or correct the line:
Where loghost.example.com is the name of your central log server.
It is particularly important that logs be stored on the local host in addition to being sent to the loghost, because syslogd uses the UDP protocol to send messages over a network. UDP does not guarantee reliable delivery, and moderately busy sites will lose log messages occasionally, especially in periods of high traffic which may be the result of an attack. In addition, remote syslogd messages are not authenticated, so it is easy for an attacker to introduce spurious messages to the central log server. Also, some problems cause loss of network connectivity,which will prevent the sending of messages to the central server. For all of these reasons, it is better to store log messages both centrally and on each host, so that they can be correlated if necessary.