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How to increase the max upload size in WordPress


By default, maximum upload size in WordPress ranges from 2MB to 150MB depending on the settings of your web hosting provider is giving by default.

To check what is the current max upload size limit in your WordPress site then navigate to WP Admin → Media → Add New. You will see the current max upload size on the bottom as shown in the screenshot.

If the current max upload size limit meets your demand then you can leave it as it is. However, if it doesn’t then don’t fret, there are many ways you can increase the max upload size in WordPress. Continue reading

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Get Scheduled Skype for Business Meetings from SQL

The following SQL query will get scheduled conferences from the Skype for Business RTC database. From a Skype for Business Standard Edition server its in the RTCLOCAL instance, otherwise you’ll find it in the backend SQL server. To run the query you will need to open SQL Server Management Console, connect to the database, then open a new Query. Copy the following code snippet and run. Continue reading

How to get Polycom Lync Edition phone logs

Polycom-connecting-Lync-serverFor troubleshooting purposes you might need to get logs from Polycom Lync edition phone like

Polycom CX models: 300, 600, 3000
Polycom VVX phone models: 310, 410, 500, 600
Here is how to retrieve logs from Polycom phones: Continue reading

How to Generate a Certificate from Windows Server CA

The process of submitting and generating a new certificate is a two steps process listed below:

  1. Request – This is the process where we create a certificate request and save it as a.CER file, In many cases your application or you will create it from IIS or the certificates MMC.
  2. Issuing \ Generating certificate – this process follows step one, Submitting the requested file to our Certificate Authority and copying the new certificate

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MSSQL Server Error 67 and 17

SQL-Server-does-not-exist-or-access-deniedWe are running Windows SQL Server 2016 Enterprise on Windows Server 2016. The server has an instance with databases in Always On High Availability group. People connect to the instance mostly from MS Access and MS Excel applications and from time to time they experience the following error:

Microsoft SQL Server Login
Connection failed:
SQLState: ‘01000’
SQL Server Error: 67
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][DBNETLIB]ConnectionOpen (Connect()).
Connection failed:
SQLState: ‘08001’
SQL Server Error: 17
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][DBNETLIB]SQL Server does not exist or access denied.
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10 Practical Sar Usage Examples

There are two ways to invoke sar.

  1. sar followed by an option (without specifying a saXX data file). This will look for the current day’s saXX data file and report the performance data that was recorded until that point for the current day.
  2. sar followed by an option, and additionally specifying a saXX data file using -f option. This will report the performance data for that particular day. i.e XX is the day of the month.

In all the examples below, we are going to explain how to view certain performance data for the current day. To look for a specific day, add “-f /var/log/sa/saXX” at the end of the sar command. Continue reading

Generate CPU, Memory and I/O report using SAR command

SAR stands for System Activity Report, as its name suggest sar command is used to collect,report & save CPU, Memory, I/O usage in Unix like operating system. SAR command produce the reports on the fly and can also save the reports in the log files as well.

In this article we will discuss different examples of SAR Command in CentOS  7 & RHEL 7, in case sar is not installed on your system then use the below command to install it. Continue reading

How to find AD Disabled Accounts with Skype for Business Enabled

skype-for-businessAs you definitely know disabling user in Active Directory won’t disable it in Skype for Business. That’s because Skype for Business uses it’s own AD attributes. So such users will still be visible in Skype for Business Control Panel and in licenses count. Continue reading

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