Monthly Archives: March 2011

Converting NT Time/Determining lockoutTime on AD Account object

Since the Googles didn’t help me find this again quickly: if you have an AD user object with an NT time value, say of 129433827748670500 (attribute editor or ADSI edit: lockoutTime) and you want an “English time and date” w32tm.exe … Continue reading

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allowing anonymous email in Exchange 2010 (Printer/Fax device)

Say you have a network fax/printer/copier that generates PDF files and emails them out via SMTP.  Many of these devices lack the ability to authenticate to a SMTP host (some only can do plain old non-encrypted communication also), so what … Continue reading

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Word/Excel documents remember paper tray

File-under ‘silly things I’ve learned lately’: Microsoft Word (and Excel) files can call for a printer paper tray independent of the printer selected.  A real problem when someone creates documents daily with a really-old template file that calls for say … Continue reading

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