Archive | November, 2011

Colours of the Sea

November 20, 2011

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Let me tell you a story of a young one who travelled out to sea there he took a dive underneath he went to see and marvelled at what he saw great feats of those of old swimming freely around him the faculty of the ear was no more but through his eye sight great […]

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A Land

November 16, 2011

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The fiery rays of the sun touch upon crystal glazed grains that speak of a story for this is one that the world has ignored but it eclipses any told before the hero with the tragedies the he bore The empty land that witnessed and was forced to stand foretells of a calamity for this […]

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Tonight – The Birth of the Prophet

November 16, 2011

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Oh earthly valleys of green listen aloud to the news a great call arose from Mecca louder than the cries of before sharp as the ray of light the skies questioned for they knew of this great night the mountains spoke of unity through time they stood waiting for this mystery the trees wise in […]

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A Mothers Love

November 14, 2011

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The mother’s love which is unspoken for it is set deep within the roots of life it is something that merits wonders that through bad or good it remains uproot and when her child smiles back it blossoms truly there lies deep valleys of peace and beauty and as the nights stroll on by never […]

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London War Diary: Part 1 – Breakfast

November 13, 2011

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The sun’s light trickled through my curtains and gently gazed my face , the perfect awakening to any day is with the suns soft light and so I opened the curtains and there struck me the same scene that always brought a little peace to my heart. My car sitting in the drive way, the […]

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Why do I pray?

November 8, 2011

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Growing up in London religion was and is something that is personal to the individual, it is not as it used to be back in the ages where religion played a dominant role in society. The UK is now a secular society and as such there exists freedom of speech and opinion of all nature […]

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Exchange 2010 – Online Archiving and Retention Tags/Policies a practical example

November 7, 2011

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Ok so I had heard that one of the great new features of Exchange 2010 was its archiving feature but it was something that I had not made use of until coming across one of our clients. The client did not have any management policies in place so what had happened to a number of […]

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Citrix XenApp 6.5 – Overview integration with XenDesktop 5

November 2, 2011

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Having implemented XenDesktop 5 in our small environment see here I then set out to complement the xendesktop environment with XenApp the main reasons are why this was required and conveys how XenApp offers a perfect complement to XenDesktop 1) Easier Management of Xendesktop images What I have found that when installing new applications or […]

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