When unintentionally put a http forward for your OWA on your Exchange 2007/ 2010 as well as SBS 2008 by IIS7, also inherited to every virtual sub lists and then try to delete it for the virtual lists public, exchange, exadmin and exchweb you get the following error:
There was an error while performing this operation.
Filename: \\?BackOfficeStorage\yourdomain.extension\Public Folders\web.config
Error: Cannot write configuration file
Please help me to solve this. Thanks in advance.
on Tue, 2012-02-21 18:02
I am using Windows 7 and I am trying to load 2011 MR1. When I started PCDMIS for the 1st time I got the following errors:
Unable to write to the registry. Please verify that you have write permissions for this option: Section = option key = Dph9_m90180 Value = Y plus
Unable to write to the registry. Please verify that you have write permissions for this option: Section = option key = Dph9_m90180 Value = Z plus
Unable to write to the registry. Please verify that you have write permissions for this option: Section = option key = tool change pending value = 0.
on Wed, 2012-02-15 23:41
I was trying to set up my computer for video output. My operating system is Ubuntu and I don’t know how to configure it. Meanwhile the error pop-up and informed, “Error opening/ initializing the selected video_out (-vo) device.” I want a solution to outline video out on my computer. I would be grateful. The image of the error message is given below:
on Thu, 2012-02-02 13:11
I have got two new rebuilds. The first one is i7 2600Kw Giga MB h67 and the other one is i7 2500Kw Giga Z68 MB. The genuine idle temperature of the first one is 37 Degree C while the other’s is 48 Degree C. Both of them have the Corsair 430 watt PSU. I have reset every part of my motherboard but that didn’t make any difference. Does temperature make any difference in CPU?
on Thu, 2012-01-26 02:05
I am just a newbie here so pardon me if I ask basic questions. I have just upgraded my iTunes to its latest version and I just downloaded iOS5. I backed up all my files in iCloud. My question is can I still access my files using my iPod Touch or my iPad? Does my music and video files automatically stored in iCloud too? If so, will it take spaces on my devices or not? Can I stream videos from iCloud to my devices through Wi-Fi? I know these are just basic questions but please help me. Thanks a lot.
on Wed, 2011-12-21 19:34