Appears are simple enough question but you have to peer into the registry to find out the answer.
In that "folder" there is a key called "VersionString" which shows the version of IIS you have.
Friday, 4 December 2015
Wednesday, 2 December 2015
Where to find SQL Server 2012 Management Studio download?When I was looking, I could only find SQL server Management Studio for SQL 2005 which came as part of SQL Server 2005 Express
Digging a bit deeper and I found this for SQL server Express 2012. From here you can download just the Management Studio components:
Fixing Domino date/times when running as a service
When running a domino server as a user (i.e. as an application), the international settings for date/time etc come from the Windows user regional settings.
However, when running the same server as a windows service, the region settings come from the registry and there is no way to change them from the user interface.
By default those region settings are US.
If you wish to change them then, you need to do the following:
- Login as a user with administrator rights
- Change the current logged in user settings to those that you want
- Start regedit.exe
- Manually copy all of the different settings:
It is easier with a large screen so both the source and the destination are on the screen at the same time.
Monday, 2 November 2015
SharePoint 2013 / SharePoint Online - List of your checked out documents
Seems to be a often asked but not often answered question. For Office 365 you can see your checked out documents without creating any special views simply using the Content Type lists.
If you have an out of the box SharePoint 2013 or online "Document Center" and have uploaded items of content type = "Document". Then simply follow these steps:
- Select the "Documents" document library from the Quick Menu
- A tree view of the library will be shown on the Quick Menu under "Drop Off library". It will sow "Folders" and "Content Type" options.
- Click on "Content Type" which expands to all content types being used. Select a content type and a view will be shown of that content type.
- There is a column "Checked out To" in this view. Simply Sort and filter on this column to see the items that are checked out to individuals.
Monday, 26 October 2015
Zipato - Automatic hot water scheduleI wanted to replace my boiler timer and thermostat and add additional intelligence to my home heating so I scoured the Internet looking for a suitable system.
I ended up choosing Zipato for the following reasons:
- Low entry cost
- Very flexible communication protocol support (Not just Z-Wave but also 433KHz and ZigBee etc.)
- Easy to create rules generation engine
- SMS message integration
- Very good support
With everything set up I then purchased a temperature sensor and a central heating switch.
I really liked the design of the Fibaro FGMS-001 motion/temperature/lux/acceleration multi sensor which is the same size as a ping pong ball and flashes different colours when motion is detected (colours depend on the current ambient temperature).
For the switch I chose the SECURE SSR 302 which contains two switches allowing me to control hot water and central heating via the Zipabox from Zipato
Both were supplied by Vesternet (http://www.vesternet.com) who I have found to be really helpful with advice and excellent with service and price for these types of items.
Once installed by a qualified electrician I was ready to set up.
What I wanted was to build a schedule for my hot water but there is not actually a facility for that in the Zipabox system so I built one using "Virtual Thermostat Pro" which is available.
This facility is actually designed as a thermostat replacement but it has a schedule built in to change the temperate so was an ideal vehicle for building a thermostat.
Firstly I registered the switch and the motion sensor. The Switch was set up with Hot Water on zone 2 and Heating on Zone 1.
Next, I added the "Virtual Thermostat Pro" using the Zipato interface
- Device Manager > Add New Device > Virtual devices > Virtual thermostat pro
- Configure the new device: Heating output = Switch Zone 2
- Configure the new device: Thermometer = Fibraro motion sensor
The trick is to modify the schedule now and set the required temperature. I do not want to actually control the temperature of the water but just want to use the Thermostat Pro as a switching device so I set Required temperature to 30 C when I want hot water to be on and set to 8 C when I don't.
Simple but really effective.