I am by no means an expert DBA, but the design mentality behind a product that my company uses leaves me scratching my head. This product which shall go unnamed (Exact JobBOSS) has a variety of faults, but none more perplexing than their ‘double keying’ of tables.
Now I’m not talking about a . . . → Read More: Great Moments in Database Design
I notice that Blackbaud now has a utility out that handles Supervisor password resets without going through the faxing rigamarole, but when I had to do this I don’t know if that would have been a big help anyway as my customer A) Needed supervisor access to Raiser’s Edge right away and B) They had fired . . . → Read More: Resetting The Raiser’s Edge Password
I typically have two issues that I run into with our Forefront TMG (aka ISA 2010) proxy server:
I have certain blocks of IP addresses blocked on the Cisco firewall and occasionally a user will repeatedly hit a website that sits in one of those blocks. I will then have to find out . . . → Read More: Forefront TMG IP Issue
This is my definitive guide on migrating from 32 bit Windows SharePoint Services 3 to SharePoint Foundation 2010 (64 bit only, oof!). It’s not quite as definitive as I would like as I barely had time to work this through once, let alone multiple times:
I changed the user account that runs WSS3 . . . → Read More: Migrating from 32bit SharePoint Services
I went to upgrade my old MSDE database to SQL 2005 Express on our McAfee EPO server and I was receiving a ‘-1’ error during the upgrade process with the detail of:
You selected Mixed Mode authentication, but did not provide a strong password. To continue you must provide a strong sa password.
. . . → Read More: SQL Express Upgrade Error