Computer POST and beep codes The computer POST (power-on self-test) checks a computer’s hardware for compatibility and connection before starting the remainder of the boot process. When the computer is working and passes POST, the computer may give a single or two beepsas it starts and continue to boot. If fails the POST, the computer will Read More

After spending many hours trying to resolve a Mac OSX system remoting to a 2012 R2 RDS/TS Server, we have found the fix. When remoting in you may get the following error: Cannot RDP using OSX. RpcOverHttpEndpointException: 2, Your connection was denied because of a Resource Access Policy (TS_RAP). Please contact your server administrator This Read More

If you are wanting to use your printer on a Terminal Server (TS) or Remote Desktop Server (RDS), ensure you have allowed your connection to redirect your printers or they will not been seen on the remote server. To set your remote session default printer, please ensure that if you want a local printer to Read More

1. Create an Outlook profile This is NOT required if adding a second account – skip to point 2 A profile consists of accounts, data files, and settings that specify where your email messages are saved. Exit Outlook. In Control Panel, click or double-click Mail.Where is Mail in Control Panel? Mail appears in different Control Read More

When trying to recover from a Windows Image Backup, you may encounter error 0x80042412. After researching a number of articles mentioning about disk clean, setting active partitions etc, it was found that the majority of people have this issue because of disk type and size. How to fix After a bit of time, the simple Read More

If you cannot remember a complex password or more than one password, ask Sterling IT how we can assist you with a password manager that is secure. Internet users continue to put their security at risk by using generic passwords such as “123456” and “password”, despite widespread advice to create more unique and secure codes. Both Read More

Scammers are reportedly claiming to be corporate CEOs in email scams designed to steal up to hundreds of thousands of dollars from targeted companies. Sterling IT has had one of its clients be hit with this twice and we believe they phished the email addresses from their website. The staff also had their titles with Read More

Microsoft has officially killed off Windows Media Center. Here’s how you can get Windows Media Center running on Windows 10. Microsoft stop supplying and supporting Windows Media Center (“WMC”)  because of “decreased usage.” Thanks to some dedicated users, a quick download and a couple command scripts will get WMC running on your Windows 10 machine in Read More

We were banging our head against the wall with the winmail.dat problem we have with an office 365 email account. The solution is to hack the Office 365 server with regards to the Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format (TNEF) format. INTRODUCTION. This article describes how Microsoft Office 365 admins can change the message format so that Read More

This document is provided by Fortinet Corporation and shown here for customer and staff information only. Summary This document is intended to outline the policy that Fortinet has established for the activation date of warranty and support. Renewals of support contracts will start from the end of the previous support contract. In Summary • Product Read More