Monthly Archives: October 2014

KB: User’s print jobs showing as coming from another domain user

We’ve just had a strange problem where print jobs for one of our users were printing out and showing up on the printer as coming from a different username. Normally, probably wouldn’t matter too much, but they use PaperCut account selection – meaning the popups to select the printer account were displaying on the other […]

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Veeam announces free Time Machine equivilent for Windows

Veeam, known for being one of the leading providers of¬†enterprise virtual backups have just announced they will be releasing a free backup tool for desktop users, providing automatic backups to a NAS or other hard drive. Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE looks like it will be a great set and forget solution, allowing both simple file […]

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Next phase of UFB rollout for Greymouth

Chorus have updated their maps in the last week to show UFB is now available in more areas in Greymouth. It is still unclear which ISPs will be providing UFB in Greymouth – Snap is probably your best bet currently for home and basic business use; DTS can do business connections and apparently HD are […]

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Roomie Remote IP control for PJ-Link compatible projectors

We finally got our new Epson EB-4650 (unsure on exact model) projector connected to the network this week, allowing me to complete our Roomie Remote setup: controlling a projector, Marantz receiver, DVD and Freeview box. Although Roomie Remote had a one-size-fits-all Epson projector definition, I couldn’t get it working with IP control. Knowing the projector […]

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