Microsoft Domains to Trust in Your Browser Script-blocker

If you’re using some kind of script blocker in your browser–and you should be–some websites can be very difficult to configure properly. Every script blocker I’ve used will show you a list of hosts and/or domains from which the current website is attempting to load scripts. But sometimes, even though you’ve allowed every script that shows up in the list, it still won’t work unless you disable the script blocker altogether. Here’s what I do to resolve this problem: 1. View […]

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Creating and Sharing a Personal Calendar in Exchange

Many times Exchange users want to share a personal calendar with coworkers without jumping through the hoops of requesting a new shared or resource mailbox. I’m going to tell you how to do that without setting delegates or giving away more information than you want. (These instructions are for Outlook 2016, but they should be pretty close for 2013 & 2010.)   1. Switch Outlook to “Folders” view. Click on the ellipsis icon at the bottom of the left-hand navigation […]

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NSFW Gear – Flight 001 4-in-1 Power Adapter

Like Information Technology, electricity generation and deliver is a globe-spanning industry. Everywhere you go as an IT pro, you’ll need to plug your gear in to keep it charged. Unfortunately, the adapters that came with your phone and computer probably won’t work in most other countries. Flight 001 4-in-1 Adapter to the rescue! This XP-esque* little gadget will fit the electrical outlets of 150 different countries so you can get your charge on (almost) no matter where you’re deployed. CAUTION: […]

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‘404 – Page Not Found’ Error When Commenting on a WordPress Site

The comment function broke on one of the WordPress sites I manage. When submitting a new comment, users would receive a “404 Page not found” error. My first thought was that a theme or security plugin update was the cause, so I switched to the basic 2015 theme and reviewed all of the site security settings. My second thought was that something happened to either the wp-comments-post.php or .htaccess files. The wp-comments-post.php file had the correct permissions and the byte count/date […]

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