Disable Windows Offline Files with AppSense Environment Manager? Easy Hey? Well, in a nutshell, yes. We had a bit of bother trying to work out why this wouldn’t work just by setting the GPO. We had to do some jazzy things with the Offline Files Service or CSC (Client Side Caching). Let me show you […]
Ok, so this happens fairly infrequently but the following command is useful for when it does – it saves having to reboot the controller. You either get one or more voicemail ports lock up and this manifests itself normally when your users stat to complain that they cant dial into voicemail. If your voicemail group
Rolling out Windows 7 64bit prompted me to create an installation script for our PrairieFyre Contact Center Client. It is fairly basic, we install some prerequisites, the Contact Center Client (CCC) with the IP address of the server and then do a bit of cleaning up (vcredist is so messy and dumps its installation files
Well, there I was trying to figure out how to create a silent install script for CutePDF on our Windows 7 64bit PCs. After losing a few hairs trying to work out why it wasn’t working silently it was because setup was looking for a 32bit installation of ghostscript. Answer?
Ok, so I have a little obsessive compulsion when it comes to cleaning up old config files that are no longer needed. I notice the msi files build up a fair amount in the “%ProgramFiles%\AppSense\Management Center\Communications Agent\download” directory. I wanted to delete any files that are older than 30 days ( I figured I would never
Well, today it was brought to my attention that we weren’t personalizing Internet Explorer Trusted Sites..woops. But as we are still rolling out AppSense I forgave myself. We added the following registry key to our Application Group “Internet_Explorer” under the Registry Tab – Includes (see image below)