I can't get enough so I decided to get one more exam, the Microsoft Certified IT Professional Enterprise Support Technician.
So the last weeks and month I learned for this exam and today was the final day.
Fortunately I passed this exam with 978 points and so I got the title MCITP Enterprise Support Technician.
For this week I got engough certifications, so the next time will be relaxed in the free time :-)
this weekend me and a my colleague have done a migration of a webserver.
After the new server was running we found that the internet explorer couldn't open the web interface of the server. The deletion of the Internet Explorer cache solved this problem.
I asked me if I should write a batch script for deleting the cache automatically (e.g. after logon to the domain or with our software deployment server) for our clients, but this article describes that this is not necessary because the cache time islimited.
on Windows XP and Server 2003 you can use the command "proxycfg" for displaying or editing the proxy configuration
On Windows Vista, 7 and Server 2008 this command is no longer available.
You have to use the netsh command:
netsh winhttp /?
E. g. you can use "netsh winhttp show proxy" for displaying the informations as you knew from proxycfg.
today I've done a excursion to Exchange 2010 because I was asked, how you can implement a global signature in Exchange 2010.
Go to the "Organisation Configuration", select "Hub Transport" and choose "Transport Rules"
There you can add a new transport rule:
In the Conditions-Window you can select, that this rule applies to messages which will be send to users outside your organisation.
In the Actions-Window select "disclaimer" and add your text
The next windows you can accept by clicking on "Next" or you can define some exceptions for this rule.