Author Archives: James Rudd
I have received a few questions asking about Papercut so here are some of the details about it and what we use it for. Papercut can run on a Windows Server (2003, 2008 or 2008 R2) using windows print queues … Continue reading
Often you would like some personal information filled in for the user before they start the application. E.g. Why have Office or Acrobat ask for the users name when it is already stored in active directory? Here are some simple … Continue reading
This post is to assist in the setup of a BackupPC system able to backup in use files by using MS volume snapshots. It also has the benefit of only having the RSync daemon running during the backup which increases security. Continue reading
Recently I migrated all our printers from a Server 2003 R2 x32 print server to Server 2008 R2 (x64). During this upgrade all the printers had x64 drivers added and their security settings checked. However, I kept experiencing problems in … Continue reading
I have just been setting up a new Windows Server 2008 R2 box up as a terminal server. As part of this I enabled the Desktop Experience feature, however this also enabled Windows Mail. Windows mail seems to generate large … Continue reading
Recently I discovered our Moodle gradebook was playing up and not correctly recording marks from assignments as well as been unable to assign categories from quizes.
I tracked the problem down to the Moodle database losing all its default entries for its tables. Continue reading