Disk free space has dropped below the minimum threshold. Free up space on your
hard disk drive by:
1. Backing up your data to a tape backup, ZIP or network drive.
2. Delete unused files.
If you are unsure which files are safe to move or delete, contact your Help Desk or consult your software manuals.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Thursday, October 23, 2008
If you are looking to download openvpn 2.1.1 with enable-password-save you should check this post.
I have added a few updates on how to build openvpn 2.1.1 on this post
Although I know it’s against security best practices I have just finished building my own version of open vpn 2.1 RC 13 passing the --enable-password-save option (you may download it from here). Thus I can now save the credentials in a plain text file. If you can’t acquire private keys and you don’t care about security that much or you think that you can trust your credentials in a plain text file in your computer, you may also build your own openvpn following the following instructions.
First of all I acquired a fresh copy of a virtual hard disk containing windows xp (you may find some already installed vhd drives here). In order to open the vhd file you’ll be needing Virtual pc.
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Friday, May 30, 2008
Monday, March 24, 2008
Well Microsoft didn’t remove that feature but based on case studies, not so many developers tended to use it, so they removed it from the out-of-the-box menu configuration. So in order to get access to them, you’ll have to press the “Add or Remove Buttons” option of a toolbar, select “Customize…” and then drag and drop the “Navigate Backward” and “Navigate Forward” buttons that are located under the “View” category.
And since I got some time to blog about toolbars configuration on visual studio, I also tend to add the “Solution Configurations” located under the “Build” category. It’s really helpful especially during the after sale service period when you debug the changes and then build a release for the client. I also enable the “Build” toolbar (right click in the toolbar area and select the Build option) which is helpful in order to cancel a build if F5 or build solution was accidentally pressed.
Friday, February 8, 2008
Searching the net someone mentioned that the Sql Reporting Services of sql server 2005 do not “like” the paper dimensions in cm but rather prefer inches. Changing the dimensions to 8.3in × 11.7in fixed the problem on my computer but not on the clients’ machines.
Finally, I read somewhere in the MSDN forums that in order to default the page size to A4 one must set the report’s page width to 8.27in and the height to 11.69in. Believe it or not, this fixed my problem. Everyone is printing in A4 paper size without having to set it in the Page Setup dialogue.
PS: If you want to set the orientation to landscape, you’ll have to switch the values of width and height, obviously...