Recently we had deployed Desksite to a few users , however some of them when opening PDF would get a connection Dialog box opening up and clicking on Connect in the Server List would freeze the screen with 

“Not Responding” 

And the connection would stay disconnected, even though the user was connected fine to Desksite.

We made sure Adobe Protected Mode was disable and ran a Repair of Desksite.

In the End we had to remove and reinstall Desksite from Scratch to repair this

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Download from 

http://download.trusteer.com/Gcur4Wtnu/RapportSetup-Full_x64.exe

Intune : 

RapportSetup-Full_x64.exe /s /p NOICONS=true NOBROWSER=true ACCEPTLICENSE=TRUE

GPO Powershell Computer Startup Script : 

If(!(Test-Path -path "C:\Program Files (x86)\Trusteer\Rapport\Console.ico"))

 {
 cd "\\local\to\installer\GroupPolicy\Trustee"
.\RapportSetup-Full_x64.exe /s /p NOICONS=true NOBROWSER=true ACCEPTLICENSE=TRUE

}
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Trying to open the Company Portal as a user after Intune Enrollment shows the below 

 

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When clicking continue to Enroll you then get the error

The device is already registered in Intune

 

You will need to re-enroll the device using the following method

Delete ( or as much as you can ) :  HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Enrollments

Re-enroll PC as the correct User using the Access Work and School Method

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#Get Active Directory information for current user

$UserName = $env:username

$Filter = “(&(objectCategory=User)(samAccountName=$UserName))”

$Searcher = New-Object System.DirectoryServices.DirectorySearcher

$Searcher.Filter = $Filter

$ADUserPath = $Searcher.FindOne()

$ADUser = $ADUserPath.GetDirectoryEntry()

$ADDisplayName = $ADUser.name

$ADTitle = $ADUser.title

$ADOffice = $ADUser.physicalDeliveryOfficeName

$script:ADMobileNumber = $script:ADUser.mobile

$ADTelePhoneNumber = $ADUser.telephoneNumber

$ADExtension1 = $ADUser.extensionAttribute1

$ADExtension2 = $ADUser.extensionAttribute2

$ADExtension3 = $ADUser.extensionAttribute3

 

#Additional Variables

$AppData=(Get-Item env:appdata).value

$SigPath = ‘\Microsoft\Signatures’

$LocalSignaturePath = $AppData+$SigPath

$SignatureName = '%signaturename%'

$DomainName = '%domainname%'

$fulladdetails = $ADDisplayName+$ADExtension1+$ADTitle+$ADOffice+$script:ADMobileNumber+$ADTelePhoneNumber

 

#Check if signature directory exists and, if not, update it

If (Test-Path $LocalSignaturePath)

{}

Else

{New-Item $LocalSignaturePath -type directory}

 

Write-host $fulladdetails

 

#Check if  Signature has changed

If ("$fulladdetails" -eq "$SigChkDetails")

{ Exit }

Else

{  }

 

#Delete old signature files

Remove-Item "$LocalSignaturePath\$ADDisplayName.htm" -Recurse -Force

 

#Copy over signature template

$SigSource = “\\path\to\signature\source"

$filename = "\\path\to\signature\template.htm"

$filename2 = "\\path\to\logo.jpg"

 

Copy-Item $filename $LocalSignaturePath -Recurse -Force

Copy-Item $filename2 $LocalSignaturePath -Recurse -Force
 

#Modify Signature and Insert Variables

(Get-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm) -replace 'FullName', $ADDisplayName | Set-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm

(Get-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm) -replace 'PositionTitle', $ADTitle | Set-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm

(Get-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm) -replace 'PhoneNumber', $ADTelePhoneNumber | Set-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm

 

If(!$script:ADMobileNumber -or !$ADExtension2){

(Get-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm) -replace '<b>M</b> MobileNumber', $NULL | Set-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm}

ELSE

{(Get-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm) -replace 'MobileNumber', $script:ADMobileNumber | Set-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm}

 

If(!$ADExtension1){

(Get-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm) -replace ', Qualification', $NULL | Set-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm}

ELSE

{(Get-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm) -replace 'Qualification', $ADExtension1 | Set-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm}

 

If($ADOffice -ne 'Singapore'){

If(!$ADExtension3){

(Get-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm) -replace 'ImageRow', '<img src="./logo.jpg" width="259" height="74" border="0" />' | Set-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm}

}ELSE

{(Get-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm) -replace 'ImageRow', $null | Set-Content $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm}



 

Rename-Item -Path $LocalSignaturePath\template.htm -NewName "$ADDisplayName.htm"

 

#Set company signature as default for New messages

[Void] [Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word")

$MSWord = New-Object -com word.application

$EmailOptions = $MSWord.EmailOptions

$EmailSignature = $EmailOptions.EmailSignature

$EmailSignatureEntries = $EmailSignature.EmailSignatureEntries

$EmailSignature.NewMessageSignature=$ADDisplayName

$MSWord.Quit()

 

#Set company signature as default for Reply messages

[Void] [Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word")

$MSWord = New-Object -com word.application

$EmailOptions = $MSWord.EmailOptions

$EmailSignature = $EmailOptions.EmailSignature

$EmailSignatureEntries = $EmailSignature.EmailSignatureEntries

$EmailSignature.ReplyMessageSignature=$ADDisplayName

$MSWord.Quit() 
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VBA Script to Add a Shared Calendar to Users Outlook

'You will need to disable Macro Security for this to run
'Use GPO to deploy VbaProject.OTM to %appdata%\Microsoft\Outlook folder

Private Sub Application_Startup()
 
Call OpenMeetingRoom1
 
End Sub

Sub OpenMeetingRoom1()

    Dim myNamespace As Outlook.NameSpace
    Dim myRecipient As Outlook.Recipient
    Dim CalendarFolder As Outlook.Folder
    
    Set myNamespace = Application.GetNamespace("MAPI")
    Set myRecipient = myNamespace.CreateRecipient("Meeting Rooom 1")
    myRecipient.Resolve
    If myRecipient.Resolved Then
        Call ShowCalendar(myNamespace, myRecipient)
    End If
 
End Sub



Sub ShowCalendar(myNamespace, myRecipient)
    Dim CalendarFolder As Outlook.Folder

    Set CalendarFolder = _
        myNamespace.GetSharedDefaultFolder _
        (myRecipient, olFolderCalendar)
    'Open up the Calendar
    'CalendarFolder.Display
End Sub
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  1. Make sure you have a Send Connector in O365 so that I route all emails from your subdomain e.g. imanage.domain.com back to the Public IP where your Communication Server is , use the Router to NAT port 25 from this IP to the communication server and make sure SMTP is allowed through the local firewall

  2. Update the ‘Email Domain’ on the ‘WorkSite Server’ properties to ‘imanage.domain.com’ stop and start the ‘WorkSite Server’ service.

  3. Then update the ‘Domain’ in the communication server ‘Exchange Online’ properties to ‘imanage.domain.com’ stop and start the ‘Exchange Online’ service.

  4. The above will allow internal recipients to Send and File , if  wanting external recipients to be able to file emails to this server, make sure you create an MX Record for imanage.domain.com externally to route to your communications server ( preferably via your Spam Filter) 

 

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Azure Single Sign-On 

Identifier (Entity ID): https://imanage.domain.com

Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL): https://imanage.domain.com/api/v1/session/saml-login 

Download Certificate file (.cer) and store on iManage server e.g. C:\SSL\

HIVE: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Interwoven\WorkSite\imDmsSvc 

 

SAML Attribute: http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2005/05/identity/claims/name 

SAML Endpoint: https://myapps.microsoft.com/signin/iManage%20SAML/xxxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxx

SAML Key File: C:\SSL\iManageSAML.cer 

SAML Logout Endpoint: https://login.microsoftonline.com/common/wsfederation?wa=wsignout1.0 

SAML Web RP: https://imanage.domain.com

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Recently we had a DC Power supply ( with external Transformer ) fail at a Site using a rebranded Overture NTU with Vocus. This NTU actually has an internal AC Power Supply in the unit with a IEC Connector. These can be run in parallel ( ACTIVE – ACTIVE ) incase failure of the replacement DC Powersupply fails again

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On the Fortigate

 
On the LAN Interface ( Gateway Address ) Enable SNMP
 

Enable SNMP with your chosen Community Name
 
 
Add the Host IP of the local N-able Agent/Server Polling the Device

In Nable

Import Following Service Templates for Fortigate

ServiceTemplateExport

ServiceTemplateExport (1)


Add a new Device via IP Address ( Category Router ) 
 
Add a Professional License so that you can query the Device using SNMP
 

Add Service templates to device

 

 

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