Category: Server 2008

January 15th, 2015 by ronny

Web-Server-iconIf you are running web applications or hosting websites on IIS, and have your IIS logging enabled. You are in risk of running out of disk space. Of course the logging is needed for debugging and such. If it is not in use, cleared periodically I think you should just disable it.

Here is how to disable IIS logging:
Open IIS Manager, and select the server in the left hand pane.
Select the logging icon, and click Stop in the right hand pane.

If the logging icon can not be found. It is because the logging function is not installed. And if it is not needed, just keep it that way. You will find it in Role Service, under IIS.

Happy logging!

Posted in Server 2008, Windows

December 29th, 2014 by ronny

G12-Web-IE-iconSometimes this just needs to be done. And here is a show how to uninstall Internet Explorer 11.

How to:
1) Go to control panel > Programs > Programs and features.
2) Go to Windows Features and disable Internet Explorer 11
3) Then click on Display installed updates
4) Search for Internet explorer
5) Right click Internet Explorer > Uninstall
6) Restart your computer

Have a happy IE11 free day

Posted in Server 2008, Windows

September 16th, 2014 by ronny

internet-explorer-iconOn web based systems, when getting automatic restarts, power loss, etc, it can be a pain with the re-open closed tabs feature in Internet Explorer. It’s not really possible to dissable it, but you can choose what to do. So you can set it to open a blank page instead. That is the same as dissabling the re-open closed tabs feature. Here is how to do it:

First open your contro panel, and go to Internet Options.
Then select tabs, as shown in the picture below.



In the next window, locate as shown in the picture below. Make sure to select “A blank page”.



And voila, no more re-open closed tabs in your internet Explorer.

Happy surfing!

Posted in Server 2008, Win 7, Win 8, Win XP, Windows

September 3rd, 2014 by ronny

network-ring-iconHere is a cool (if you happens to need this) program for redirecting incoming nmea udp strings. Check it out here.

Happy redirecting!

Posted in Server 2008, Win 7, Win 8, Win XP, Windows

August 20th, 2014 by ronny


I’ve released a small cute little program to read UDP packets sent to your computer.
You can have a look, or download it here.


Posted in Server 2008, Win 7, Win 8, Win XP, Windows

May 25th, 2014 by ronny


Simple Udp Transmitter tool released. Check it out at UdpTransmitter v0.01

Posted in Server 2008, Win 7, Win 8, Win XP, Windows

January 10th, 2014 by ronny

ie-enhancedWhen setting up Server 2008, and something is needed from the Internet, Internet Explorer Enhanced Security can be a real pain. To disable IE ESC open Server Manager and Locate IE ESC on the right side. Look at the picture where to find it, red outline. And then you can select to disable it for users, administrators or both.

Happy security 😉

Posted in Server 2008