The (酒) Sake Diaries – Part 1 – Japan Bound and Tokyo(東京)


March 29th 2012 (Friday) Having worked the early shift I finished work and met Natascha on the train on the way to Victoria with my rucksack. We bought dinner at Victoria. We decided for this trip that we would get a train to the airport and then a hotel near to the airport else we […]

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Quick Session at Seasalter


I had a few ragworm left from the weekend and decided to pop to Seasalter with one purpose in mind. To catch a bass of any size. I got there at about 19:30 and it was high tide and setup my spinning rod with a 2 hook flapper with ragworm on it and chucked it out. […]

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First Session at Samphire Hoe


After chatting to JW in the week we were headed for Samphire Hoe. I have never been there before but had read the posts about massive tackle loss, rotten bottom etc etc. JW arrived at mine around 12 and we drove to our destination, parked up and picked a spot to the left of the […]

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Exporting Contacts from a Users Mailbox to a PST file


This may be of use to some of you: Prerequisites: A 32-bit Windows machine with Outlook 2003 SP2 or above and with the Exchange Tools installed also An admin account with a Mailbox attached What to do: Open the Powershell Window Run the following commands: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.Powershell.Admin Add-MailboxPermission –Identity “Users Full Name” –User UserNameOfAdminAccount –AccessRights Fullaccess […]

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Windy Session at the POW Pier, Dover


  I headed down to Dover to go on to the POW or opening time. I picked up some bait from Brazils and headed over to the pier. There was one other group of 3 waiting to drive on and they were headed for the cafe area for the shelter. The wind was around 20MPH+ […]

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The (酒) Sake Diaries


During a recent trip to Japan, in April 2012, a diary was kept about our trip. A slightly edited diary is being written and split up by the areas we visited. Part 1 – Japan Bound and Tokyo – Click Here Part 2 – Hiroshima – Still being Written Part 3 – Oita and Beppu – Still being Written Part 4 – […]

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XenApp 6.0 WMI Queries


I use these WMI queries within Solarwinds Monitoring APM applications applied to the relevant servers to report back the results. No doubt other monitoring tools allow WMI queries and so could be used with them as well. There are many possible queries to be written and the list will grow in this post, but these […]

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Powershell Project – Remove Profiles and Registry Entries for Users No Longer Logged On


This is an issue that I have found annoyingly common on Windows 2003 servers running Citrix over the years. For these servers you can use REMPROF to remove the orphaned users profiles and registry HKU entries, but I have found that this utility does not work for Windows 2008 R2.  With that I intend to […]

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Hugh’s Fish Fight – Emergency


This is an important topic which people from all around the world can help with. Click the link below and sign the petition to stop the disgarded, over quotered fish from being thrown back into the sea dead, but instead let it be landed to feed us. Please Help by signing the petition, putting the […]

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Reader X problem – Accept End User License Agreement


When opening a .PDF file the following error appears: It turns out that your can not have the combination of letters anywhere in the file name or path to the file: CR N.B. cr will work CR will not. Having hunted around I have found and tested that by using the following key the issue […]

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