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HTML - Change image on mouse over or hover

07/25/13 | by HendrikWiese - Helewix.com Consultant [mail] | Categories: Webpage Design, CSS and HTML

For today we will change the image on mouse over in HTML

The images:
Grey Facebook Icon
Full Color Facebook Icon

The Code:
This is the easiest way to change image on mouse over using HTML is by copying the following code into your HTML page and changing the image locations.

Now test and see what it looks like. :)

Change one Image to another when image clicked

07/25/13 | by HendrikWiese - Helewix.com Consultant [mail] | Categories: Webpage Design, CSS and HTML

For today's example I will use social media icon to change when your mouse is moved over the icon.

The images:
Grey Facebook Icon
Full Color Facebook Icon

The Code:
First I will give you the HTML code that you need to paste into your HTML page:

<div id="social-icons">


<img class="bottom" src="/images/icon-grey-facebook.png" />
<img class="top" src="/images/icon-facebook.png" />

</div>

Click image to change

Then Create the following CSS file, you can call it style.css or whatever you want:

#social-icons {
position:relative;
height:34px;
width:34px;
margin:0 auto;
}

#social-icons img {
position:absolute;
left:0;
-webkit-transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
-moz-transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
-o-transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
}

#social-icons img.transparent {
opacity:0;
}
#social-icons_onclick {
cursor: pointer;
}

Run the test and see the effect &amp;#58;&amp;#41;

CSS Fade Effect on Hover or Mouse Over

07/25/13 | by HendrikWiese - Helewix.com Consultant [mail] | Categories: Webpage Design, CSS and HTML

For today's example I will use social media icon to change when your mouse is moved over the icon.

The images:
Grey Facebook Icon
Full Color Facebook Icon

The Code:
First I will give you the HTML code that you need to paste into your HTML page:

<div id="social-icons">


<img class="bottom" src="/images/icon-grey-facebook.png" />
<img class="top" src="/images/icon-facebook.png" />

</div>

Then Create the following CSS file, you can call it style.css or whatever you want:

#social-icons {
position:relative;
height:34px;
width:34px;
margin:0 auto;
}

#social-icons img {
position:absolute;
left:0;
-webkit-transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
-moz-transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
-o-transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
transition: opacity 1s ease-in-out;
}

#social-icons img.top:hover {
opacity:0;
}

Run the test and see the effect &amp;#58;&amp;#41;

SOLUTION: SCCM 2012 does not install client on forefront TMG 2010 server

07/16/13 | by HendrikWiese - Helewix.com Consultant [mail] | Categories: Microsoft, Server Products, Exchange Server

PROBLEM

During automatic client deployment of System Center Configuration Manager 2012 / SCCM 2012 does not install client on forefront TMG 2010 server. So the Push-installation does not work and requires some configuration to be done on your TMG server.

SOLUTION

In your Forefront TMG Management console you will need to create the following:
1. Computer Set containing your SCCM server
2. Create a rule that will allow SCCM to install the client (SCCM Agent Push Install)
3. You might need to create 2 extra protocols if they do not already exist
4. Create a rule that will allow TMG to send info to the SCCM server (SCCM Agent Send Data to Server)

CREATING THE COMPUTER SET CONTAINING THE SCCM SERVER/S
While in Forefront TMG Management Console, create a computer set with the name SCCM Servers or System Center Configuration Manager Servers

1. You can do this by going to the Toolbax on the right hand side of your console and then clicking on Network Objects Tab
2. Now click on New and select Computer Set

3. Now add all SCCM Servers as shown below and click ok

CREATE SCCM AGENT PUSH INSTALL ACCESS RULE
1. Right click Firewall Policy > New > Access Rule...

2. Name it SCCM Agent Push Intall click next
3. Now select Allow and click next
4. In Protocols Add the following and then click next:

NOTE: The ( Protocol:,Port:,Direction: ) on the below is the standard in TMG
NetBios Datagram (Protocol:UDP,Port:138,Direction:Send)
NetBios Name Service (Protocol:UDP,Port:137,Direction:Send Receive)
NetBios Session (Protocol:TCP,Port:139,Direction:Outbound)
Ping (Protocol:ICMP,Port:0/8,Direction:Send Receive)
RPC (all interfaces)(Protocol:TCP,Port:135,Direction:Outbound)

Next we will have to create the additional protocols:
RPC / DCOM High Ports (Protocol:TCP,Port:1024-65535,Direction:Outbound)
SMB over IP (Protocol:TCP,Port:445,Direction:Outbound)

5. Now click the "Do not enable malware inspection for this rule"
6. In the "This rule applies to traffic from these sources" click add and select your Computer Set called System Center Configuration Manager and click next
7. In the "This rule applies to traffic sent to these destinations" click add and select Local Host and click next
8. In the User Sets leave All Users in tact and click next
9. Click Finish
10. Your rule should look like this:

11. Next we will need to ensure that "Enforce strict RPC compliance" is not used for this rule as it is automatically included in all new rules
12. Right click our newly created rule and select properties
13. Select the Protocols tab
14. In the bottom right click on Filtering > Configure RPC Protocol

15. Ensure that you uncheck "Enforce strict RPC compliance" and click ok and ok again.

CREATE SCCM AGENT SEND DATA TO THE SERVER ACCESS RULE
1. As before create a new access rule and this time call it SCCM Agent Send Data to Server and follow the normal procedure as specified above
2. on the protocols add the following:

HTTP (Protocol:TCP,Port:80,Direction:Outbound)
HTTPS (Protocol:TCP,Port:443,Direction:Outbound)

You might need to create WSUS if it does not already exist:
WSUS (Protocol:TCP,Port:8530,Direction:Outbound)

3. After adding the protocols finish the setup Apply the settings to Forefront and start pushing the install to your TMG server from your SCCM server.

Please leave a comment if this was helpful.

Have a lovely day. Cheers

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Exchange 2010 get number of mailboxes per database

04/15/13 | by HendrikWiese - Helewix.com Consultant [mail] | Categories: Microsoft, Exchange Server, Exchange 2010 Powershell Commands

Today I will show you how to get the number of mailboxes per database in your Exchange 2010 environment

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Command: (get-mailboxdatabase) | foreach-object {write-host $_.name (get-mailbox -database $_.name).count}

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