Instead of providing the correct Email and password iMesh is providing the error message which you can see at the below image. I have credentials even then it is showing this.
I am using PicPick 3.1.5 (Printscreen-Tool) on our Windows Server 2008 R2 (x64) with Citrix XenApp 6.5. Everything work perfectly when I access the XenApp-Server with Windows Citrix-ICA-Clients.
But when I access the XenApp-Server with a Linux based Citrix-ICA-Client and start PicPick the problem begins.
An error message is shown from the linux Citrix-ICA-Client:
Citrix Receiver The X Request 53.0 caused error: "11: BadAlloc (insufficient resource for operation)"
After clicking OK the ICA-Session get killed. What should I do to solve this problem?
Our office has four networked computers. We use a shared printer connected to one of the computers.
Printing is very slow and sometimes fails alto gather.
We do the printing after restarting the main computer which means we have delays in our printing jobs.
Our technician has failed to Solve this problem and on my part i feel it has do with a faulty network.
I want to create a multi-chat UDP that can run in UNIX or Mac OSX systems. Can you provide me an advice on how it can be done? Or at least an overview of my goals and what I are the pros and cons of my goals. Thanks in advance.
I need your help to clarify what is the differences and similarities between ADSL compared to leased line connection
In my Unix network the Unix file system fills up really quickly. But earlier it never used to be like this.
Earlier it took longer than, it is taking now to fill up, but since the last 2 months it has filled up really quickly.
What can be done to resolve it?
And what are the reasons for it to fill up so fast?
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