JUN’s Nissan 350Z, “improved”

I got linked to this from Cruising Brisbane, and all I can say is "wow". This thing looks amazing, and the amount of fabrication work and complexity of the stuff installed in this is just jaw dropping. They've gone and taken a standard old 350Z and transformed it into something you'd expect to see in …

More TeamViewer

Checking through my stats, I've seen alot of hits from Google related to TeamViewer. I'm going to attempt to answer a few questions that I have seen results for, purely for traffic purposes 😛 Authenticating with Windows Username/Password I actually had to use this last week, cause for some odd reason, the password we configured …

Netgear GA311 driver install weirdness?

Today's weird tech problem, I had to replace a network card in a client's machine today. Simple, right? The card was a Netgear GA311, running a Realtek 8169 chipset. The chipset probably wouldn't matter much, if I didn't have so many bloody problems. So I installed the hardware, and booted up into Windows XP. The …

Mousey mousey!

I'm a Mac convert. I have been working with Windows since 2003, and was always the Windows guy blah blah blah. Until I started using Linux more and more for my previous job and reluctantly signing up for an iPhone, that is. So I bought a MacBook Pro about 3 months ago, and now I'm …

Exchange 2003 SMTP DATA command bug

This is an extract from a log file I'm looking at right now for an Exchange 2003 SMTP service... I sure as hell hope there's just a patch missing, otherwise, this could be one NASTY bug. It appears as if the DATA section of the SMTP session has been escaped, possibly by inclusion of the …

TeamViewer for Remote Support

We've been using TeamViewer here to remotely connect to clients for about 2 months now. To say we have been impressed is an understatement. The ease that we we can connect to a client's machine and take over their session has enabled us to provide support services to clients we would otherwise had to have …

Windows 2003 / 2008 event logging to Syslog

I stumbled on a seemingly unique requirement this week to log file access for a Windows network share. Of importance, was the logging of object deletions, and writes. For most Windows admins, this probably sounds like a simple task of setting up group policies or local security policies to audit object access, and the required …