Monthly Archives: November 2013

Facebook Domain Name Sets for ISA

Blocking / Allowing Facebook using Microsoft ISA can be difficult.  I have created a Domain Name Set for ISA that you can import.  They can be found:
ISA 2004 SP3:  here (zip file)
ISA 2006 SP1:  here (zip file)
Plain Text:  here (zip file)
It is very possible there are some non Facebook related websites in this list, so please verify these are suitable for use in your environment.  These domains can change over time, so if you find any that aren’t in the list, please let me know.

Group Policy Preferences Drive Mapping error 0x80070035 or 0x80070043

Using group policy preferences to map network fails on workstations with error:
The user ‘%DRIVE_LETTER%’ preference item in the ‘%GROUP_POLICY_NAME% %GUID%’ Group Policy object did not apply because it failed with error code ‘0x80070035 The network path was not found.’ This error was suppressed.

or

The user ‘%DRIVE_LETTER%’ preference item in the ‘%GROUP_POLICY_NAME% %GUID%’ Group Policy object did not apply because it failed with error code ‘0x80070043 The network name cannot be found.’ This error was suppressed.

After double checking the path in the group policy in question, it turns out that the group policy preferences drive mapping doesn’t work if you put a trailing slash on the end of the path.  EG:
\dc2010qldfinance doesn’t work

however

\dc2010qldfinance does.

Add Internal Links Within Blogger Posts

In the post for Exchange Version numbers, I wanted to link to a point in the same post.  I found the instructions at http://blogknowhow.blogspot.com.au/2010/11/add-internal-links-within-blogger-posts.html very simple to follow.

One downside to this is if you create the links, using HTML mode in blogger, switching back to Compose mode will break your links.