I ran into an interesting problem this weekend. I noticed that a lot of email was being returned as non-deliverable from my Exchange 2010 server. Many domains, specifically AOL and some of the major ISPs require that the domains they communicate have mail servers with reverse zone lookups, meaning that… Read More »Which is the Default IP in Windows 2008 R2 Multi-IP Config?
I came across this one this week. Did you know there are a few hidden themes built-in to Windows 7? They’re in a hidden directory, so you’ll have to type their path directly or use search with the option to location hidden files or folders. If you navigate to C:\Windows\Globalization\MCT… Read More »Hidden Windows 7 Themes
Since the release of Parallels 5 I have been a huge fan. Previous to that, I really liked VMware Fusion as the product was much more mature and seemed more stable. I really had no means to measure performance other than to gauge it by my perception over regular use.… Read More »Windows Experience Index – Parallels vs. Fusion: How Do They Stack Up?
I was working on making some adjustments to a new theme in WordPress tonight and was looking for a way to check to see if a excerpt had been specified for a particular post. When I am creating posts with code snippets in them, I really don’t want all the… Read More »Using Excerpts in WordPress
Using Windows PowerShell and the Compellent Storage Center Command Set for PowerShell, I have created a simple script that performs searches for server and volume objects providing results of each in addition to their related mappings. This can be helpful if you have multiple levels of server or volume folders.