Recently the computer controlled air assist unit for our Denford supplied versalaser vl200 laser cutter stopped working.
We took it apart to confirm that it was dead, inside the housing is a rocking piston compressor motor, an air cooling radiator, a water trap unit and solid state relay controlled by a small USB connected . . . → Read More: Versalaser compressor danger
Today I pulled an ssr from a versalaser air compressor and wanted to test if it was working.
l started just as you would with an electro mechanical relay, l stuck a 9v battery across it and nothing. Then l remembered it was an ssr so l wouldn’t hear anything and I put my . . . → Read More: Testing solid state relays
Ok so I’m slightly late to the party regarding getting startd with App-V and with version 5 around the corner this post might become a mute point.
For some reason Microsoft in their infinite wisdom made this piece of software a pig to install, msi’s to extract from exe installers, specific appguid parameters to . . . → Read More: Deploy App-V 4.6 SP1 Desktop Client
Seems to me that the simple way to beat an ATM skimmer with a camera that captures your pin is to switch to a 6 digit or longer pin and then the ATM requests a random combination.
We’ve recently installed some HP T200 zero clients with an HP Z210 acting as the host.
Axel were also kind enough to send me one of their M80 thin clients to test against as a comparison.
This is not a scientific test but my observations.
The T200′s work by encapsulating USB over Ethernet to . . . → Read More: HP T200 vs Axel M80 WMS Client trial
Wouldn’t it be nice to have email distribution groups that automatically change themselves to reflect changes within your organisation?
With live@edu ‘s Dynamic Distribution Groups, DDG, that is now possible.
The functionality for creating these is not exposed through the web interface so you do have to get stuck into PowerShell.
First of all . . . → Read More: Dynamic Distribution Groups
Spent a bit of time this afternoon watching the Grow with Milestone webinar to get some insight into where they are going with their products.
Smart Client 7 – Is a redesign of the smart client interface and some new features that are supported with the new version of XProtect corporate.
Edge storage – . . . → Read More: Milestone Webinar
A QR code is by nature a static thing.
When you generate a QR code you decide what the destination is going to be and that can’t be changed without re-generating it.
Services have started up that allow you to create dynamic QR codes however it’s not the code itself that’s dynamic but the . . . → Read More: DIY Dynamic QR Codes
Continuing with my project to use direct attached graphics in my multipoint builds to replace multiple boxes in ict suites here you can see my latest.
I’ve had to change the motherboard to a Maximus III Gene due to the unavailability of my previous one.
They still have the same i7-870 2.93GHz cpu, . . . → Read More: Latest Multipoint Server 2011 build
Just a tip for now, don’t pre-create the username and database as the setup wizard will do it for you.
During the creation of a new datastore just enter the sa account password and the rest it sorted for you.