One of my many roles is that I’m responsible for and manage a number of BlackBerry Enterprise Servers (BES) for both our company and our customers. From 40 user BES Express up to 10,000 user licensed resilient enterprise systems. Some of them I’ve implemented, some I’ve inherited. I know some messaging system administrators don’t really get along with the BlackBerry Administration Service (BAS) that’s been available since version 5, but I quite like it – especially for publishing apps which is *so* much easier!
I came across an annoying little issue today. Whether it be down to the default settings of Windows Server 2012, or one of the hardening settings of our corporate build, I don’t know, but it’s annoying either way.
My corporate provided laptop operating system is mandated at Windows XP. I regularly (90+% of every day) use it to remote control servers, and this is normally through RDP (I prefer RDP over vSphere client for Virtual Machines too).
I think my worst fears are being brought to reality, and this is becoming a technical blog. I guess if your worst fears in the world are about blog entries, your life’s pretty sweet, so I’ll stop complaining now… 🙂
Mrs Zoo Keeper and I have had a variety of mobile phones over the years, from big brick Nokias back in the 1990s through iPhones, Android phones and yet more iPhones. Whilst our current preferred mobile is the Apple device (iPhone 4S for both of us), we do have our little niggles with it, and one of my personal bugbears is the difficulty in getting custom ringtones on there.
A quick technical post!
Occasionally, I’m called upon to deal with minor issues for users of USB thumb drives, and I thought I’d pull together a few little tips and tricks here which help me get things sorted.
To begin, spend at least a week creating documentation for a procedure to install a complex messaging solution based on Microsoft Exchange 2010. Don’t bother saving it to a server or somewhere that’s backed up – it’s still just a work in progress. Save it to a nice folder on your computer desktop instead.