So you’ve rolled out email, yay! But have you enabled your users to send secure encrypted email? It is a very underused feature among small- and medium-sized businesses. This makes me kind of sad because every business sends some personal data that should be protected. Quotes, bids, specifications, drawings, credit card information, health questions, benefits, or employment information, if sent via email should be sent in a secure manner.
Remote Control of a Windows Server services is accomplished using a domain computer and vaild domain credentials with appropriate permissions:
use the following command(s):
sc \\<Computer Name> query
sc \\<Computer Name> config "[SERVICE NAME]" start= disabled
Original article can be found here: http://blog.powershell.no/2010/03/04/enable-and-configure-windows-powershell-remoting-using-group-policy/
As you may know, Windows PowerShell 2.0 introduced a new remoting feature, allowing for remote management of computers.
Note 1: This guide has been tested with firmware version 3.3.1 and Bootrom 4.3.0. Be aware that different firmware revisions may have different web interface formats and functionality.
Note 2: This FAQ is based on a new phone OR one that has been reset to factory defaults. If in doubt, reset the phone to Factory Defaults.
The preferred method to configure a Polycom Phone is via Provisioning. You can however follow this guide to manually configure your phone.
Configuring the Phone to Register with 3CX Phone System
NOTE: If you already started your ./configure (autoconf) run you will need to locate the localized libtool.m4 commands in configure.status