Friday, March 28, 2008

Microsoft Volume Licensing unavailable.......again


Microsoft eOpen Volume Licensing

System status notification
service temporarily unavailable

Update-03/31/08: Apparently this is caused by the merger of eOpen and MVLS into one.
The outage is not affecting all users, only those that have Vista or Server 2008 in any one agreement. Other products may also cause the issue.

ETA: Unknown........


Update-04/01/08: New status message posted, this is encouraging, but still down.

Site Alert: eOpen will be unavailable on Tuesday,1st April 2008 from 5:30 PM PT till 06:00 PM PT due to scheduled maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


Update:04/02/08: Got this via Email....


This is in response to your email regarding downloading from the eOpen website.

Thank you for your emial. We apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused. We understand the importance in downloading your program. We have been given an ETA of 4/5/08. Please contact us back next week for further assistance if the issues persists as the site is currently being updated.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Missing Task Manger on XP

This is the strangest Task Manger that I have ever seen. When this happens just reboot and move on.
This machine is still acting very odd though......hmm

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Newegg.com Open Box Penalty

In a bizarre twist a new router is cheaper (after rebate) and includes free shipping.
The open box is more expensive!

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Bookmark: Moveuser.exe and Win32_UserProfile WMI

SUMMARY

The Windows Resource Kit tool Moveuser.exe is incompatible with Windows Vista. In earlier versions of Windows, Moveuser.exe is used to map an existing local user account profile to a new domain profile when a computer in a workgroup is joined to a domain. Alternatively the tool can also used to map an existing domain account profile to another new domain account profile. However, you cannot use the Moveuser.exe tool to perform these tasks on a Windows Vista-based computer.