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Panasonic KX TG2770 phone system I'm trying to store a voice mail access number given to me by my phone company, but I cannot find any way to get it entered into this phone. I would think this phone...


Try adding your voice mail access number into the directory of the KX TG2770. You will need to enter the number separately for the base and the handset or copy it from the base to the handset. On the base, press Conf/Edit. Then navigate (up/down arrows) to Save Directory. Once in this submenu, you'll be able to add a name and phone number.

Then to call the access number, go to the directory list and locate the name/number and call it.

Panasonic has the manual for your phone here: http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/KXTG2770S.PDF . See page 33 and the following pages.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(Other phones have a voice mail waiting icon and let you program that number outside of the directory. These also check if you have voice mail waiting for the line that they are connected to. This phone doesn't seem to have that ability.)

Oct 27, 2011 | Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone

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Cannot download a document, It says "word cannot


Cause
The issue occurs when you configure UPM to exclude the Desktop folder.
To access the Exclusion list - directories in your Active Directory (AD) policy, follow the given path:
  1. Go to Active Directory group policies.
  2. Select Citrix from Administrative Templates available in Computer Configuration.
  3. Select Profile Management.
  4. Select File System to access Exclusion list - Directories.
When the user logs on to the server, the profile is created with the information stored on the UPM share. Because the Desktop folder is excluded, the user profile is built without it. Word 2007 or 2010 requires this folder to work properly.
The issue can be reproduced using local profiles with no UPM, if you manually delete the desktop folder from the user profile and then start the published Word.
Resolution
Remove the exclusion of the desktop folder.

Sep 26, 2011 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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JN763. Access rejected from your IP address.


To resolve this problem, follow these steps.
  1. Using the Internet Service Manager (Microsoft Management Console), open the Internet Information Server (IIS) snap-in and select the Web site reporting the 403.6 error. Right-click the Web site, virtual directory, or file where the error is occurring. Click Properties to display the property sheet for that item.
  2. Select the appropriate Directory Security or File Security property page. Under IP Address and Domain Name Restrictions, click Edit.
  3. In the IP Address and Domain Name Restrictions dialog box, if the Denied Access option is selected, then add the IP address, network ID, or domain of the computer that requires access to the exceptions list.

    In the IP Address and Domain Name Restrictions dialog box, if the Granted Access option is selected, then remove the IP address, network ID, or domain of the computer that requires access to the exceptions list.

Jan 31, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Cannot find directory in commamd prompt


you want to open commamd prompt? press start+R and type cmd

Oct 26, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Files and directory listings on a Web Server


Without knowing what software you are using its hard to give specifics but it sounds like you need to change the permissions on the folder. You may have the "read" attribute set but not the "list" attribute, you can open the file if you know its name but not list the contents of the directory. Unfortunatley these permissions must be set from the server side.

May 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do i add downloaded ringtones to the menu so that i can select them when setting the ring tone for an individual. right now the menu only gives me the canned ringt ones


You will need to access your phone as an external storage device and save your ringtones onto the SD card.

Plug your phone into your computer with the USB cable. On your phone, pull the notification screen down and select USB connected. Select "Mount". Your computer will now recognize your phone.

Go to your SD card and you will need to create a directory titled Media. Inside this directory, create another directory title Audio. Within this directory, create one final directory titled Ringtones.

Place any supported sound files in that final directory and they will appear in your ringtones list.

You can also create an Alarms directory, and use any supported sound files as alarms for your phone.

Remember to pull the notification screen to turn off the usb storage.

Hope this helps, and good luck.

Jan 12, 2010 | HTC Hero Smartphone

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JN763. Access rejected from your IP address.


JN763. Access rejected from your IP address

Jul 27, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Workloc directory is invalid or cannot be created (server 2003 install of p3.1)


I have 2 suggestions based on my assumptions since you did not elaborate on what environment you are having your P3, network or single user.
1. If you are logging on a network before you open your P3, it is most likely that you don’t have a read and write access to the P3WIN directory or any of its subfolders. So, first you have to log into your computer as an administrator, we call it local administration, and go to windows explorer, right click the P3 directory and choose sharing and security on the pop-up. Add your Network ID or make sure your network ID has all the access enabled for these directories. Then you can go back to the network and restart P3.
2. If it is single user, check your P3.ini located on Windows directory and see if the WORKLOC directory is beyond 54 characters from the root directory. P3 was created in the 90’s when DOS was still one of the reigning OS. So it means it follows the 8+3 rule of filenaming and other limitations. Make sure that the directory listed is as near as possible to the root directory, that is from C:\ Many errors in P3 are caused by these limitations since we’re already used with the new Windows OS’s wherein you can almost create a folder with endless description. My suggestion is, in using P3, try to minimize your folder names to 8 characters, same goes with filenaming.

Jul 22, 2009 | Primavera Computers & Internet

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Gidday, I have windows XP on my laptop, and use Avira Antivirus Personal Free Edition. I have disabled my windows firewall as reccommended. I use a trading platform, CMC Marketmaker, and cMC has advised me...


Read through this I think it will help:-
Processes to be omitted for the Guard
All file accesses of processes in this list are excluded from monitoring by the Guard.
Input box
In this box you can enter the name of the process that is not included in the on-access
scan. No process is entered as the default setting. The names of the individual process
can most easily be obtained via the task manager. The "Processes" tab in the task
manager contains the names of all currently active processes. Select "your" process and
enter its name under "Image Name".
Note
You can enter up to 20 processes.
Warning:
Only the first 15 characters of the process name (including the file extension) are
considered. If there are 2 processes with the same name, Guard excludes both processes
from the monitoring.
Warning
Please note that all file accesses by processes recorded in the list are excluded from the
scan for viruses and unwanted programs! The Windows Explorer and the operating
system itself cannot be excluded. A corresponding entry in the list is ignored.
Add rule
With this button, you can add the process entered in the input box to the display
window.
Delete
With this button you can delete a selected process from the display window.
File objects to be omitted for the Guard
All file accesses to objects in this list are excluded from monitoring by the Guard.
Note
The entries on the list must not result more than 6000 characters in total.
Input box
In this box you can enter the name of the file object that is not included in the on-access
scan. No file object is entered as the default setting.
The button opens a window in which you can select the file object to be excluded.
Add rule
With this button, you can add the file object entered in the input box to the display
window.
Delete
With this button you can delete a selected file object from the display window.
Please observe the following points:
– The file name can only contain the wildcards * (any number of characters) and
? (a single character).
– Directory names must end with a backslash \, otherwise a file name is assumed.
– The list is processed from top to bottom.
– Individual file extensions can also be excluded (inclusive wildcards).
– If a directory is excluded, all its sub-directories are automatically also excluded.
– The longer the list is, the more processor time is required for processing the list
for each access. Therefore, keep the list as short as possible.
– In order to also exclude objects when they are accessed with short DOS file names
(DOS name convention 8.3), the relevant short file name must also be entered in
the list.
Note
A file name that contains wildcards may not be terminated with a backslash.
For example:
C:\Program Files\Application\applic*.exe\
This entry is not valid and not treated as an exception!
Note
In case of dynamic drives which are mounted as a directory on another drive, the alias of
the operating system for the integrated drive in the list of the exceptions has to be used:
e.g. \Device\HarddiskDmVolumes\PhysicalDmVolumes\BlockVolume1\
If you use the mount point itself, such as ‚C:\DynDrive’, the dynamic drive will
be scanned nonetheless. You can determine the alias of the operating system to be used
from the report file of Guard: Set the protocol function of the Guard to Complete in the
configuration under Guard :: Report. Now access the mounted drive with the activated
Guard. You can now read the drive name used from the report file of the Guard. The
report file can be accessed in Control Center under Local protection :: Guard.
Examples:
C:
C:\
C:\*.*
C:\*
*.exe
*.xl?
*.*
C:\Program Files\Application\application.exe
C:\Program Files\Application\applic*.exe
C:\Program Files\Application\applic*
C:\Program Files\Application\applic?????.e*
C:\Program Files\
C:\Program Files
C:\Program Files\Application\*.mdb

Apr 01, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Schema classes and attributes


Every directory object you create is an instance of an object class contained in the schema. Each object class contains a list of associated attributes that determine the information the object can contain. Classes and attributes are defined independently, so that a single attribute can be associated with multiple classes. All schema classes and attributes are defined by the classSchema and attributeSchema objects, respectively.

Classes

ClassSchema objects are used to define classes in the schema. A classSchema object provides the template for building directory objects of that class. Examples of classSchema include User and Server. A classSchema object contains, among other things, the following information:
Class type (structural, abstract, or auxiliary)

Common name and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) display name

Lists of the "must contain" and "may contain" attributes for instances of the object

Relative distinguished name attribute

A list of possible parent classes

Class types

Three different types of classes exist in the schema:Class type Purpose

Structural
Used to instantiate objects (users, servers and so on) in the directory.

Abstract
Provides templates for deriving structural classes

Auxiliary
Contains predefined lists of attributes that can be included in structural and abstract classes

Attributes

AttributeSchema objects are used to define attributes in the schema. An attributeSchema object determines the allowable contents and syntax for instances of that attribute in the directory. Examples of attributeSchema include User-Principal-Name and Telex-Number. An attributeSchema object contains, among other things, the following information:•
Common name and LDAP display name

Syntax rules

Data constraints (single versus multivalued, minimum, and maximum values)

Whether and how the attribute is indexed

Jul 17, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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