Archive | May, 2016

Increase upload size Webdav/iiS

20 May

Open IIS 7 SnapIn
Select the website you want enable to accept large file uploads.
In the main window double click ‘Request filtering’
once the window is opened you may see on top a list of tabs eg: file name extensions, rules, hidden segments and so on…
regardless the tab you select, in the main window rightclick and select “Edit Feature Settings” and modify the “Maximum allowed content length (bytes)”

Now you can upload files larger than 30 MB ….

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Azure AD sync – UPN

11 May

http://www.lewisroberts.com/2015/01/22/addendum-getting-started-with-azure-active-directory-sync-upn-suffix/

Mac Address of Remote Machine

9 May
Useful for a number of reasons, today I wanted to add some machines to my whitelist…they both have static ips but I also wanted to add the MAC addresses, to do so use the following;
To determine the MAC address of a remote device:
  1. Open the MS-DOS prompt (From the Run… command, type “CMD” and press Enter).
  2. Ping a remote device that you want to find the MAC address (for example: PING 192.168.0.1).
  3. Type “ARP -A”, and press Enter.

Winmail.dat – No attachments

3 May

How to Avoid Sending Winmail.dat Attachments

Setting Global Properties

Set the Global Properties to have Outlook by default send your email in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML):

  • Outlook 2007: Select Tools > Options > Email Format > Internet Options. Select Convert to HTML format.
  • Outlook 2010 and 2013: Select File > Options > Mail and then scroll to the bottom of the dialog. Select Convert to HTML format.

Meeting requests or voting buttons may not work with this setting, but you can override the format on select messages.