How the eff is it even legal?
Not that what I'm trying to do when I get my speed cut off is legal, but hey, it COULD be! Who are they to judge me?!
(this isn't really serious enough to snark, but feel free if you must)
Anyone ever see an issue where multiple users when utilizing Remote Desktop suddenly start to get graphic errors? For example if they move an Outlook window the graphics duplicate themselves, get choppy, or sometimes form 'grid' like patterns?
I'm testing things and so far I can not duplicate it but three users have complained about the exact same symptoms. Their local desktops display fine.
Okay, let's say you run a small office with a couple servers -- you're the administrator but you're frequently out of the office. Let's say that three times out of the year one of the servers does something wonky and the only way to "fix" it is to let one of your employees reboot the system.
How do you deal with this from a security standpoint?
Do you give that user the admin credentials and hope for the best? Do you change the system policy to allow shutdown without login from the console? What would you suggest?
Sending from Outlook I get a random error:
550 5.7.1 n2BHjD2u031448 This message does not comply with required standards.
Using webmail I can send the same test msg fine.
I'm googling and checking with some common net-help sites but figured I'd drop this here as well in case any of you have run across this.
The outgoing test msg is a normal e-mail, nothing fancy, and it only comes back with an error from time-to-time. I'm guessing its an issue with the mail host but they seem clueless so unless I can point them in the right direction this won't get resolved.