Mac: Expand all folders in finder list view mode

Have you ever spent the time clicking on each level in a Finder window to expand the tree below? Have you ever wish that there was a way on your Mac to expand all the subfolders below a folder? While there isn’t an option on the menu you can accomplish this by pressing and holding the Option button while you expand (click the triangle to the left of the folder) a folder. Pressing and holding the Option button as you click will expand all the folders below a folder while in list view mode.

Change Internet Explorer (IE) Security Settings to Enable JavaScript

As discussed in a previous post some of the Internet Explorer (IE) security settings can be frustrating at times. To enable JavaScript open the Tools menu (Alt + X) and click Options.

Next, click on the Security Tab and click on the Internet (the image of the globe) and then click the Custom Level button.

 

Afterwards, scroll to the Scripting section and click Enable right below the Active scripting option.

Finally, click Ok on to close each of the windows.

Change Internet Explorer (IE) Security Settings to Enable File Downloads

The security restrictions in Internet Explorer may be understandable but at times they can be extremely frustrating and tedious to change. One such setting is the blocking of File Downloads. To change the File Downloads setting open the Tools menu (Alt + X) and click Internet Options. 


Next, click on the Security Tab and click on the Internet (the image of the globe) and then click the Custom Level button.


Afterwards, scroll to the Downloads section and click Enable right below the File download option.

 Finally, click Ok on to close each of the windows.

 

In-place upgrade Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard to Enterprise without Media

If you need to upgrade a server running Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard to either the Enterprise, or Datacenter editions you can use the installation image and choose the Upgrade option or the new command-line utility, introduced in Windows Server 2008 R2, DISM (Deployment Image Servicing and Management). With DSIM it is possible to perform the upgrade online, without the need to reinstall Windows or have the installation image.

 To perform the upgrade in-place online, without the media image, first open an elevated command prompt (run as administrator) on the server to be upgraded.
Type the command DISM /Online /Get-CurrentEdition. This will display the current Windows version.
 
Type the command DISM /Online /Get-TargetEditions to list the Windows editions to which this server can be upgraded.
Type the command DISM /Online /Set-Edition: <TargetEdition> (replace <TargetEdition> with the syntax for the desired edition returned by Get-TargetEditions). 
If you receive a message (Error 87) indicating that you need to specify a product key you can include it with the /ProductKey: parameter
If you receive a message (Error 50) indicating that Setting an Edition is not supported then the machine may be a Domain Controller (DC) and it must be demoted before performing an online upgrade. You do not need to demote it if you are using the installation image.
 
As always, be certain that you back up all of your settings and data prior to performing the upgrade.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV: MenuSuite Department Menu Bitmaps

In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 you can modify or create a MenuSuite. One of the menu properties that you define when setting a MenuSuite is the Bitmap property. This identifies which of the internal resource images to display as the image for your MenuSuite.

Menu Properties

The valid range of numbers is 0 through 15. Here is an image that displays the bitmaps and their values:

Menusuite Department Images