Posted by DNS Texas Support on May 27, 2015 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport | Comments
Unable To Launch Legacy Java Applications With Java 7.x Installed ISSUE You are unable to launch older Java applications with Java 7 Update 45 or higher installed. Java application may show “Application Blocked For Security” message box in web browser with text similar to “Failed To Validate Certificate. The Application Will Not Be Executed. Publisher: v7.x.xx”
Posted by DNS Texas Support on May 14, 2015 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport, Windows Workstation O/S | Comments
Power Shortcut Is Missing On Windows 8.1 Metro Screen ISSUE The power shortcut is missing on Windows 8.1 Metro Screen (sleep, shutdown, restart options).
Posted by DNS Texas Support on April 2, 2015 in Knowledgebase | Comments
Hosted E-mail - Local Outlook Junk E-mail Filtering Microsoft Outlook offers a SPAM prevention feature called ‘Junk E-mail Filtering’ – it’s built into the product and offers a few settings “No Automatic Filtering”, “Low”, “Medium”, “High” and “Safe Lists Only”. Although this feature may be useful for personal residential based accounts, when using DNS Texas SPAM filtering at the server level, this setting should always be set to “No Automatic Filtering” as any settings that are enabled here can intercept legitimate e-mails passed from the mail servers.
Posted by DNS Texas Support on March 9, 2015 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport, Windows Server O/S | Comments
Setting A Reliable Time Server For Your PDC Emulator ISSUE You need to set an authoritative time server on your PDC emulator and make it remain a reliable time source for your domain.
Posted by DNS Texas Support on February 10, 2015 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport | Comments
Remove UM Language Packs For Service Pack Upgrade ISSUE You are trying to install a service pack on Exchange 2010 Unified Messaging server and receive an error that you need to remove certain language packs before the service pack can be installed.
Posted by DNS Texas Support on January 29, 2015 in Knowledgebase, TechSupport | Comments
Java 7 Downloads Archive ISSUE You need an older copy of Java 7 to support legacy applications.
Posted by DNS Texas Support on January 27, 2015 in Knowledgebase, Security Alerts, TechSupport | Comments
POODLE Vulnerability In IIS - Windows ISSUE More Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/POODLE SSL “POODLE” vulnerability disclosed in September 2014. Allows for man-in-the-middle type data loss, which takes advantage of internet and security software clients fallback to SSL 3.0. This attack is not as serious as Heartbleed and Shellshock attacks that also hit earlier in 2014. This article focuses on the POODLE Vulnerability In IIS - Windows
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