How to revert and checkin files that another user has checked out

Dec 13th, 2016 | By

My afternoon was hijacked today when a user decided to mark an entire project for deletion, joy of joys.  So as I had to step out I told him to just revert his entire project, but at a few dozen GB by the time I got back and hour and change later it was still
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Perforce – How to update depot on one workspace and transfer those updates to another workspace without re-downloading?

Oct 16th, 2016 | By

So here’s the situation.. You have one computer with a crazy fast connection and another computer with a slow connection.. Or perhaps you have one server that is crazy cheap to run and another that is crazy expensive to run.. The idea would be that, for whatever reason, you want to download and update your
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Splitting Perforce Depots off main instance and running multi-instances on single server

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Web filtering / protection using a repeater bridge

Sep 14th, 2015 | By

If you are connecting machines into a repeater via cat5 the sad truth is that Content restriction settings on the repeater don’t work and in rare cases you might not have or want to turn on content restrictions on the main network that your repeater is hooked into(ie: you’re sharing a connection with your neighbours).
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How to change the default Zimbra theme for all users

May 26th, 2014 | By

Well this one is kind of a hack as you aren’t changing the default theme from Carbon to something else you are just renaming the directory name of one of the other themes to carbon(or creating a symlink) to fool zimbra into thinking a theme is carbon when it’s actually not.  Anyhow this is how
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Setting up email forwards in Zimbra with zmprov

May 24th, 2014 | By

http://www.zimbra.com/forums/administrators/10857-how-create-mail-forward-only.html   The best way to do this is a way where you aren’t creating additional accounts for each forward as some zimbra licenses have limited accounts.  What you want to do is setup distribution lists like so: # zmprov createDistributionList user@domain.com # zmprov addDistributionListMember user@domain.com someone@else.com   Now keep in mind you have to add the domain
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Browser hijacked? Random tabs created with ads? Think it’s malware? Think again

May 24th, 2014 | By

So the past couple of weeks I’ve gone through a fun little experience that looked a lot like a malware infection that I couldn’t be cleaned.  I ran every tool in the book and nothing seemed to prevent these tabs from opening up in Chrome with links to these bullshit pages telling me to upgrade
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Are you a photoshop user and experiencing Solid State Drive(SSD) failures? Here’s why

Dec 12th, 2013 | By

Your scratch disk is writing and caching so frequently it is slowly wearing down your hard drive.  According to Help Desk Keep it boils down to the way SSDs are built you see an SSD wears down every time they are written accessed. If you have read reviews of SSDs before, you have probably read about how an
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Take screenshots? Get Screenpresso! (seriously, like right now)

Sep 25th, 2013 | By

So I was motivated by all of my colleagues on Macs being able to take screenshots and have them instantly uploaded to cl.ly where they would be available and the link to them automatically copied into their clipboard to paste to whoever needed it.   If you do any sort of online collaborating this is
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Preventing windows from going to sleep/hibernating while file transfers are in progress

Sep 12th, 2013 | By

So you’ve got a massive upload for a client that is due in the morning so you set it to upload and hit the hay after a 20 hour work day(and by hit the hay I mean collapse at your desk).  Imagine the horror when you wake up to find out that fucking windows went
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