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VOIP Server Hardware requirements

Number of VoIP Users – This can be determined by the number of SIP extensions you will have in your solution. Most open source telephony software applications allow you to add as many VoIP Users or SIP extensions as you wish. No hidden licensing fees or additional costs. The number of users may affect however, the maximum number of simultaneous calls you…
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Network, Server 2012 R2, Windows

Windows Activation Issues (Online or Offline)

Are you trying to activate a Microsoft Windows operative system and getting one of these errors? Step 1. Open an elevated command prompt. To do this, use one of the following method. (Win+R, then type cmd) Step 2. At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press Enter: slmgr -ipk xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx Step 3. Type slui.exe 4 to access…
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Office, Optimization, Outlook, Windows

How to add an Account in Outlook

Outlook is widely used, especially in businesses, for its extensive functionality. One of the great things about it is that you can add more than one account into Outlook. Outlook support some HTTP email accounts, but we will pay closer attention to how to add account from Microsoft Exchange, POP3, and IMAP accounts as well. Maybe this is the first time…
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Blog, Optimization, Scan, Windows

How to Fix “Temporary Profile” issues in Windows

Sometimes Windows may not read your correct user profile properly, instead, will load with temporary profile which will look like a new user profile. If you are not aware that it is a temporary profile on your Windows computer, then you will be surprised to see the brand new desktop without your files, folders, program shortcut icons and any personalized…
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Dell, DNS, Host, Printer, Scan

How to scan to email with Dell MFP E525w

Step 1.  Log into printer though the web browser. NOTE: Default username is "admin" and empty password. Step 2. Click "Print Server Settings" on left navigation bar, then go to Print Server Settings. Step 3.  Click on TCP/IP. Step 4. Make sure you are using a valid IP on the printer. Confirm your gateway too. Step 5. Immediately below, on the…
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