VNC scan service

Welcome to GoToMyVNC’s service scan.
This webservice will run a quick script to see if it can detect any machines on your LAN that are accepting VNC connections from the “real world”. It checks the first ten Displays only, 0 thru 9.
Don’t worry: a real VNC session is not initiated. This just checks to see if your firewall/router/gateway rules are all groovy.

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NDR to the postmaster

Exchange Server:

If you would like copies of “NDR” messages to go to the postmaster, you can simply set this up in Exchange. To do this:

* Exchange 5.5: Properties of Internet Mail Service, “Internet Mail” tab, click the “Notifications” button
* Exchange 2000: Properties of your Virtual Server, “Messages” tab, add an entry to “Send a copy of NDR’s to”

NOTE a) Not necessary to restart the service.

NOTE b) Its always best to ensure you’re running the latest Exchange Service Pack (at time of writing, the latest are Exchange 5.5 SP4 and Exchange 2000 SP3) Continua a leggere

Risoluzione statica dei nomi di dominio

Lmhosts file per la risoluzione statica dei nomi di dominio

10.0.0.1 PDCNAME #PRE #DOM:DOMAIN-NAME
10.0.0.1 "DOMAIN-NAME \x1b" #PRE
#IP Address "123456789012345*7890"

L’ultima riga serve solo per la posizione corretta dei caratteri nella riga precedente

Attenzione alla posizione di “”, va al 16o carattere e la stringa tra virgolette deve essere lunga 20 caratteri
Nomi tutti maiuscoli

poi:
nbtstat -R (case sensitive)
nbtstat -c (case sensitive)

Exchange 2000 recipient policies

Exchange 2000:

Nelle policy degli indirizzi email (in recipient policies), si può customizzare il formato degli indirizzi per gli utenti. I template da usare sono i seguenti:

The Recipient Policy has a series of variables that you can use:

%s = Surname (Last Name)
%g = Given Name (First Name)
%i = Middle Initials
%d = Display Name
%m = Exchange Alias

So if you want their email addresses to be in the format of .@domain.com, then the string you would enter in the “Address” field would be %g.%s@domain.com. If you wanted their address to be in the format of @domain.com then you would enter %s%1g@domain.com this will use the 1st character of their first name. Continua a leggere