Are you going to upgrade to iOS 7 on your iPhone/iPad?
Here are the release times across the world:
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After the September updates were released from Microsoft a bug has been found to make the folder pane (on the left hand side) disappear.
I actually experienced this for myself today. Here is a link from Microsoft with a detailed description and fix. MS are working on re-publishing the September update with the correct versions of mso.dll and outlook.exe to ensure users with auto updates will receive the correct fix.
How to fix affected installations (From MS):
Two updates can get a user into this state. Installing the September Public Update delivers an updated version of mso.dll without updating outlook.exe, resulting in the incorrect user interface.
If you have Automatic Updates enabled, visit the Add Remove Programs feature of your Windows Installation, and uninstall KB2817630. Close Outlook and restart.
If you have installed the August Cumulative update (which you must do manually), removing KB2817347 will correct the issue. From the Add Remove Programs feature, select KB2817347 from the list and select “Uninstall.” Close Outlook and restart.
If you have BOTH Updates installed, the problem is not evident. The issue only manifests when one of the updates has been installed. If you have updated to the September Public Update and you want to roll forward, install the August Cumulative update, KB2817347.
Read here for a great article on how to deploy Microsoft Office 2013 via Group Policy.
Server 2012 R2 is nearly here (Released on the 18th of Oct).
Take a look here to find out what’s new in Server 2012 R2.
There have been some updates to Group Policy in Server 2012:
– How to configure the Windows 8.1 start screen layout with Group Policy – This will make an IT admin’s life so much easier.
– Group Policy Caching – This feature will speed up the logon process because the Group Policy engine loads policy information from a local cache (Named a data store) instead of downloading it from a domain controller.
– Force refresh – This feature allows you to force a client to refresh it’s local and AD policies from the GPMC (Group Policy Management Console) (I can hear you screaming with joy!).
– Windows 8 support.
– New troubleshooting options.
– Download from Microsoft a full list of Server 2012 & Windows 8 group policy settings here.
Like to install WSUS on Server 2012 via powershell? Here are the instructions. If this is something you need to do quickly and you’re sick of using the GUI I recommend trying this! Let us know how you go? Powershell is definately the future for windows administration. It is very powerful!
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