Category: Windows Server

HP Procurve Switches Crashing

We have been coming into a fairly critical issue with HP Procurve switches crashing resulting in ‘dead ports’. This seems to only affect the Procurve 1810 series – but does it for the 8, 24 and 48 port models alike. This often takes a little while to spot, since the switch doesn’t completely stop working. Anything that was currently connected… Read more →

Sage 50 Temporary Files

Recently we have come across a few issues with Sage, but perhaps the most annoying of them is it randomly storing Sage 50 temporary files in C:\Microsoft\Temp. These files are named: C:\Temp\Windows\YYYY-MM-DD HH-MM-SS They appear to be remains of a failed or incomplete Sage 50 Automatic Backups, which waste valuable storage and can cause major problems in any enviroment. By… Read more →