So would this just be a preview or a launch. I'm a little confused by the verbage used. Beginning parts of the article talk about a launch but a preview is far from a launch.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2976627 the August [censored]ulative update is where this is being pushed via http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2991000.
Oh Drobo you silly company. Their theories and design are so sound but $3k for a 4TB external hard drive is just crazy. If I want a portable 4TB backup drive I'll buy a WD or something comparable. But even using strictly at home I could build a mid tower and populate it with way more power and HDD space than 4TB for under $3k.
Oh that's a bad bad bad idea!
It's not just MSE but SCEP 2012 also did this to 2003 Servers recently at my work. Affected engine version was 184.108.40.206 I believe. I'm not sure if it was a specific virus definition that caused it or if it's been going on a while and I just noticed it. Easily fixed with updating the engine version at least.
Does the interface remind anyone at all of Gmail? I mean, not so much reminds you of but looks like a dead on clone?!
How is this different from their WN3000RP version? Information seems really sketchy on how you'd configure it with your access keys as well. Does anyone know much more about these?
I've had a love-hate relationship for many a years with Sprint but I've never left. Customer service issues were the predominant complaint I've had. But during the whole time I've been with them, the amount of times I've had to deal with their employees is minimal to the remainder of my Sprint contract tenure.
All in all it's nice to see that they are at least trying to care for the customers better again and putting serious effort into maintaining a competitive environment among the other carriers. I can't wait to see Win7 phones on Sprint 4G.
Being the statistics geek I am I wonder what the mean/median/mode/range character count is per text. I know a lot of companies are using text message to send alerts (IT professionals: alerts of servers down, etc).
In the rare chance you have a second of the exact same model hard drive, you could try swapping out the controller board or see if you can find a new one online. Has to be the exact same model though. Otherwise, could try WD's Li[censored]uard Diagnostics. http://support.wdc.com/p...asp?level1=5&lang=en
Comes in multiple versions (floppy, dos, windows). Could also try butting off of something like Hirens and see what it comes up with.
Good luck either way! Let us know how it goes.