Posts Tagged ‘DC’

Recently a user kept getting the above happen on Adobe Acrobat. Turns out its an incompatibility with Intel and Adobe Acrobat to do with Scaling

  1. Right Click on an empty space on your Desktop and go to Intel Graphic Settings
  2. Go to Display Settings > Advanced display settings
  3. Click on “Display adapter properties for Display #” (Choose the affected screen in case you have two monitors or do the following steps for both monitors).
  4. In the adapter properties, go to “Intel HD Graphics Control Panel” tab
  5. In the “Scaling” setting choose “Maintain Aspect Ratio”
  6. Save settings if it gives you the option or just close out.

 

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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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Recently we had to renew the Root CA Certificate on a domain controller ( SBS ) due to it expiring. We then renewed our Webserver Certificates around this so they would have a longer renewal date.

Some users in the morning on login when trying to open webpages where getting the error

This certificate cannot be verified up to a trusted certification authority

The certificate should be downloaded every 8 hours to clients on the domains, but you can force this sync using

certutil -pulse

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