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How to Setup VPN Connection in Windows 7?

We've provided the procedure on how to setup VPN connection in Windows XP environment. If you missed the article, here's the link: http://www.medialogy.com/2009/03/howto-setup-vpn-connection-using.html

Step-by-step procedure to setup VPN network in Windows 7
In Windows 7, click the windows icon, Control Panel.In Control Panel, click Network and Internet.In Network and Sharing Center, click View network status and tasks.In Change your network settings, click Set up a new connection or network.In Set up a Connection or Network, select Connect to a workplace, then click Next.In Connect to a Workplace, click Use my Internet connection (VPN).Type the Internet address, FQDN fully qualified domain name or IP Address. For example, VPN.KING.NET or 10.10.10.1In Destination Name: VPN Connection (default) or change this to something else.Click Next to continue.Type your Username, Password, and Domain (optional). Click Next. Make sure the domain name user is a member of your Remote Connecti…

How to configure Outlook Anywhere for Office 2010

Here's a simple procedures on how to setup Outlook Anywhere using Outlook 2010 (MS Off9ce 2010 Professional).
Start Outlook 2010 for the first time. You will get the Outlook 2010 startup message, then click Next.On the next screen, leave the default to Yes, and then click Next.On the Auto Account Setup, click on Manually configure server settings, and click Next.On the Choose Email Service page, click on Microsoft Exchange, and click Next.On the Microsoft Exchange Settings page, enter in the name of the Exchange Server. For example mail.medialogy.com, click use Cached Exchange Mode, and Username: enter the user email address e.g. employee@medialogy.com. Click Next.On the General Tab, increase the Second Until Server Connections Timeout from 30 to 120.Click on the Connection tab, then check the box fo "Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP".In the top line, enter https://mail.medialogy.com (replace this using your company email web address) Check "On slow networks,…

GoDaddy Super Bowl ads not impressive.

When you market your products or services, you want to have a creative commercials that will attract the customers and easy for them to remember your "Punch Line" (message). I am not impressed to the GoDaddy commercial last night at Super Bown XLV.

Here's one:
GoDaddy.com: New GoDaddy girl


Though I preferred to see this one at the Super Bowl commercial:
Go see First Impressions - IO commercial at GoDaddy.com