To change your unavailable message, on your handset, please do the following: Dial *50* then press Send Enter your password which is normally your extension number (i.e. 500) Wait for the prompt which will give you the option to press 0 for Mailbox options. Press 1 to record your unavailable message. Save your new message Read more about VoIP – Change your Unavailable Message[…]
ASUS RackMount Server RS700-E8-RS8 v2 for Normanton client.
A newly built computer to be used for 3D pool application. Parts comprised of: H270F motherboard Intel i7-7700K CPU and Corsair liquid cooler 16GB memory Samsung SSD and 1TB SSHD Nvideo GTX1070 (8GB) video card Corsair Carbide 88R casing (microATX) 750W power supply Microsoft Windows 10 Pro x64 Call us if you want us to Read more about 3D/Gaming Computer[…]
Click the Linux Mint menu (lower left of the screen), then search for Terminal then hit the enter key. Once the Terminal is open, identify if you have 32 bit or 64 bit version, by typing: uname -m i686 will mean your system is 32-bit. x86_64 will mean you’re on 64-bit. Now download the Teamviewer Read more about Install Teamviewer on Linux Mint (Debian)[…]
Ubiquity wireless link maintenance in New Mapoon, Queensland.
We had to replace the keyboard of KIRA Kirabook touch (p/n: PSU8SA-00C00T) as some keys were stuck. q-[ doesn’t work, pressing “s” adds “x”, pressing “d” adds “c”, pressing “h” adds “n”, then suddenly arrow left keeps going.
ASUS UX31A-R4005G laptop M.2 SSD was upgraded from 128GB Sandisk to 500GB Samsung 850 EVO M.2. 18-pin adapter had been used to house the 500GB Samsung 850 EVO M.2. 128GB SSD had been mirrored to the new 500GB SSD keeping all files and programs intact. Old 128GB had been placed to an enclosure as an Read more about Upgraded ASUS UX31A M.2 SSD 128GB to 500GB[…]
We have installed Mimosa to accomplish the linking between two buildings.
Our team became part of the Solar Farm installation that utilises fibre optic cables to link between Ergon, Inverter LAN, Weather Station and 4 x CCTV poles back to communication room. Computing SOS did the fibre optic splicing and testing.
Dial *60*ID (i.e. *60*3000 – Get the correct ID from Computing SOS) Press Send Password required is 1111 Then follow the prompts to record your system greeting message. Press 2 to listen to your new system greeting message. Press 1 to save your new system greeting message Let us know once you’ve done the recording Read more about Record VoIP Main Greeting Message[…]