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Attribute editor tab missing

Attribute editor tab missing

Attribute editor tab missing in Active Directory. It’s quite common issue and there is short workaround exists for this situation. The trick is to open user’s properties from one of the groups he belongs to, rather than search result. Find the user and go to properties   2. Go to  “Member Of” and pick up any group with double click   3. Once you’ve opened […]

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Outlook keeps prompting for password

Outlook keeps prompting for password

Outlook is asking for password If you have changed your domain account password recently and Outlook is prompting password after that, you can work around this issue by removing all previously saved credentials. To remove stored credentials, follow these steps. Close Outlook and any MS Office application if you have any of them running. Go to Credential Manager in Control Panel: Click Start, click Control […]

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Kick mobile phones off DHCP scope lease

Kick mobile phones off DHCP scope lease

This DHCP scope issue came out to scene when I was working in Tech Support. In one customer’s office, users began complaining that their computers loose network connection. Investigation shown they were kicked out by DCHP controller with excuse that “no IP available in this range”. Initial reason for that issue was lack of planning of network infrastructure in the office. It’s turned out they […]

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Windows could not connect to the Group Policy Client service

Windows could not connect to the Group Policy Client service

This issue may appear in Remote Desktop Services environment where users can connect to Remote Desktop Server to work in their applications. If user was trying to connect to his Remote Desktop and got the following: Solution for this would be to go to your server where you have Remote Desktop Services Manager running and search for specific processes. What you want to do is to click […]

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Setting virtual hosts on Apache

Setting virtual hosts on Apache

This article is going to help you to set up multiple websites (virtual hosts) on single Apache web server running on Linux CentOS 7 or Red Hat 7. It’s particularly useful if you don’t want to spend money on multiple Virtual Private Servers (VPS), but you’d like to have ability to run and build multiple websites with minimum cost on the same server. In real world scenario, […]

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