Thursday, May 27, 2010

Change macro security settings in Excel 2007

Change macro security settings
You can change macro security settings in the Trust Center, unless a system administrator in your organization has changed the default settings to prevent you from changing the settings.
1. On the Developer tab, in the Code group, click Macro Security.
Tip If the Developer tab is not displayed, click the Microsoft Office Button , click Excel Options, and then in the Popular category, under Top options for working with Excel, click Show Developer tab in the Ribbon.
2. In the Macro Settings category, under Macro Settings, click the option that you want.
Note Any changes that you make in the Macro Settings category in Excel apply only to Excel and do not affect any other Microsoft Office program.
Tip You can also access the Trust Center in the Excel Options dialog box. Click the Microsoft Office Button , and then click Excel Options. In the Trust Center category, click Trust Center Settings, and then click the Macro Settings category.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

General tool of CANON ip1900 for clearence Absorbent INK

when you have problem with CANON ip1900 about Absorbent INK, Please download this tool and clear it


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Friday, September 18, 2009

Event ID 1003 Source DHCP

Source = DHCP
Type = Warning
Description = Your computer was not able to renew its address from the network (from the DHCP Server) for the Network Card with network address . The following error occurred:
. Your computer will continue to try and obtain an address on its own from the network address (DHCP) server."
Adrian Grigorof (Last update 9/25/2008):
If the DHCP server works properly then this generally means a network or connectivity problem. Try to isolate the physical equipment that connects the workstation in question to the DHCP server.

Reported errors:
- The semaphore timeout period has expired.
- An operation was attempted on something that is not a socket.

As per Microsoft, these events may be recorded on ISA server that is using DHCP to obtain an address for the external network card. The suggested resolution is to uUse the System Policy Editor inside the ISA 2006 Management Console to enable DHCP from External networks.

These settings apply to the ISA server as a DHCP client only. All rules
governing DHCP service TO clients should be configured via normal firewall
policy rules.

1) Open the ISA Server Management console (msisa.msc)
2) Expand the ISA server object, right-click on Firewall Policy, and select
Edit System Policy.
3) Under Network Services, select DHCP. There are two configuration tabs for
DHCP: General and From.
4) On the General tab, check Enable to allow access between trusted DHCP
servers and the ISA server. This option is enabled by default.
5) On the From tab, click the Add button.
6) Expand Networks, select External and then click the Add button.
7) Click Close and OK to finish editing System Policy rules.
8) Click Apply to save changes and update the configuration.

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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Network is not present or Network not started error while trying to connect to any network folder


When ever I try connect a any folder through Start >> Run and type file:// and error comes up: The Network is not present or not started in windows 2003

Service Overview:

This problem is quite unusual, as this problem basically occurs because of a windows network service is stopped.

How to fix it:
1.Open Start >> Run and type “Services.msc” ( without quotes ) and press OK
2. Locate the service named Workstation.
3. Right Click on the workstation service and select properties, you will see a window shown below.
4. Click on the Start button to start the service, starting this service will fix the trouble.

We hope solution provided above will help to fix the trouble, if you have any other solution regarding this problem please share it through comments.

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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

how to change scan action for "Generic" virus

Step I: Configure and deploy scan action for "Generic" virus type to OfficeScan clients, please do the following:
1. Open the "ofcscan.ini" file in the "\PCCSRV\" folder on the OfficeScan installation directory.
2. Under the "[Global Setting]" section, add the following keys and assign the appropriate value to each key.
[Global Setting]
{x} is the first action
{y} is the second action
Replace {x} and {y} with the value corresponding to the scan action you want to use:
0 - Pass (permanent)
1 - Rename
2 - Move
3 - Clean
4 - Delete
5 - Pass (temporary) - this is the default action in OfficeScan 8.0
[Global Setting]
3. Save the file. Open the OfficeScan server Web console and go to "Networked Computers > Global client settings" screen.
4. Click "Save" to deploy the setting to clients.
Step II. Set scan action not to use "ActiveAction"
1. Networked Computers>Client Management>Settings>Realtime-Scan Settings>Action Tab
2.Then in Realtime-Scan Settings screen, ensure that the checkboxes for both virus/malware and spyware/grayware are enabled.
3.Go to the Action Tab and select " Use a specific action for each virus/malware type". For each threat, specify your prefered scan action(ei. First Action: Clean, Second Action: Quarantine/Delete).
Note: For "Other Threat" set First Action: Clean and Second Action: (Quarantine or Delete).

Monday, June 29, 2009

Command to check RAM in AIX UNIX

$ svmon -G

Count number of CPU socket in IBM AIX

$ lsconf grep proc command giving o/p as follow.

+ proc0 U0.1-P1-C1 Processor

+ proc1 U0.1-P1-C1 Processor

+ proc2 U0.1-P1-C2 Processor

+ proc3 U0.1-P1-C2 Processor
in above is each line shows chip or core ?
$lsdev -C -c processor
proc0 Available 00-00 Processor

proc1 Available 00-01 Processor

proc2 Available 00-02 Processor

proc3 Available 00-03 Processor