So finally, i officially launched the new look techie.org site tonight. After, wow, 4 years of the same old tripe I get a new look to techie.org, and a functional change too with this blog. I plan on keeping the content fresh with at least a new How To on something or the other every month, along with knowledge sharing on whatever i find strange in the world of IT.
The site will primarily be a resource for my Mail server project TNMailServer and any other new projects I come with – such as my infamous TNDomain Management system (which i am using in production in house). But in addition to techie stuff, I will be putting in my two cents for my other passion in life, football (or as Americans call it, “saaker”) and maybe a few of my pictures I take when I get time off to play.
Enjoy, and thanks for visiting techie.org!
So, finally, some intense Googling found the solution to my problem of having a sluggish, laggy slow connection from a Vista machine to a Windows 2003 R2 64Bit machine. Something to do with Vista’s RDP client trying to tune something. Either case, this is the fix.
Open a command shell with admin access on the vista box, and type in
netsh interface tcp set global rss=disabled
netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
I’m not quiet sure yet as to any side effects, but all i know is that this fixes my problem in trying to trouble shoot probelms quickly on clients servers that are running 64bit Win2k3
Well, he’s finally here – and playing. Well, sorta. He’s ankle is still a bit “damaged” and i doubt he’ll be taking part in next weeks Superliga. I think he should start helping Frank Yallop coach this sorry team, especially Landycakes. Although actually, they didnt play too badly today vs a pre-season Chelsea. 1-0 is a decent result, and the Galaxy did have quiet a few good looks at goal.
The media was frenzy around the stadium, i’ve never seen so many cameras around a substitutes bench, hounding Beckham for a snap.
But hey, its all good. David, I welcome you to the USA, i kinda know how you feel coming to this alien land not knowing anyone (well, you know a lot of celebs). It is a strange place to live coming from Europe, but you’ll get used to it.
Argentina got beaten up BADLY today by Brazil. I had an inkling every since Copa America 2007 started, that Argentina did look weak in the back, especially on the right. Zanetti was holding the left real nicely, but everything else was up in the air. This is how I think Brazil were able to defeat them. I’m also certain that had USA sent the full squad, the result in the first Copa game would havee been slightly different – atleastdifferent enough to change the tournament.