Month: December 2009

EDB Corruption and Access Problems in Exchange Server

December 14, 2009 Solving Exchange Server Errors, by Jarvis Flores

At times when you try retrieving your data from MS Exchange Server, the process fails and you receive error message mentioned below: Access denied to database Mailbox Store (SERVER2K3). WARNING: \\SERVER2K3\Microsoft Information Store\First Storage Group\Mailbox Store (SERVER2K3) is a corrupt...

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EDB Corruption When Defragmentation Fails

December 14, 2009 Solving Exchange Server Errors, by Marvin Simmons

Microsoft Exchange Server runs a defragmentation process to eradicate the unused Storage space and rearrange Mailbox store and Public folders and stored data, so that it can become manageable. Eseutil utility is used for defragmentation of Exchange Server database. It...

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Restricting Access to Programs with AppLocker in Windows7

December 10, 2009 Computer Tips and Tricks, by Lambert Butler

AppLocker- a new feature of Windows7 is the best solution for people, who share their computer with other users and do not want them to access any application from your computer. This feature allows such users to restrict access from...

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Add Run as Administrator to Any File Type in Windows 7

December 5, 2009 Computer Tips and Tricks, by Lambert Butler

Many a times we come across zipped files and folders owing to their large file size. In that case we need to unzip the file for opening and accessing it. In Windows 7, when we try to unzip a file...

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BitLocker To Go Encrypts Portable Flash Drives in Windows 7

December 5, 2009 Computer Tips and Tricks, by Lambert Butler

Initially, BitLocker was introduced in Windows Vista that would only encrypt the root operating system drive. With advancement in the technology, Windows Vista BitLocker functionality was extended for encrypting other drives or volumes also. In Windows 7, BitLocker has become...

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Change the way files to be shared in a Homegroup – Windows 7

December 5, 2009 Computer Tips and Tricks, by Jarvis Flores

A Homegroup created in Windows 7 makes file document sharing and printer sharing, an easy task within your home network. Once in a Homegroup, you can share pictures, music, videos, documents, and printers with other people in the same Homegroup....

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