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    Default 25B On-line Continuity Book

    www.ArmyNerd.com is a collection of lessons learned by 25B's and former 25B's. If you are having an IT issue and looking for a solution, check out the page. The website also hosts several useful links and downloads. Check it out and let us know what you think.

    Leaders please pass on useful "How-To's" and documents to up-and-coming 25B's and S-6's.
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    SSG, why are you opening numerous threads on the same subject matter?
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    Armynerd, you are amazing. What is your point of copying content from our http://www.25bmos.com and setting up your site? Feel free to continue imitating us, we are flattered.

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    Default what content

    I'm afraid it is impossible to copy content from a site which has none. Thank you for your question.

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    well derickson's pops up. I get this for armynerd lol its blocked lol

    "Games" is prohibited.

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    There are no games on the site, only links to a different website with games. So if I post a link on here to deleted link, will this site be banned as well? lol man, sometimes the Army security protocols crack me up.

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    Army security protocols?

    Its an application level proxy. Nothing do with ports. Just URls. It goes by the words listed on the website.

    Firewalls deal with ports and protocols. And that deals with the transport layer.
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    Smile

    I understand the OSI model. I used the word protocols as in SOP's or guidelines. We're cool warrant, sometimes I dig too deep into things too.

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    Roger that. Have you guys migrated to Vista yet and are you using the latest AGM? My issue I constantly get are approve-IT digital signing errors. That famous null pointer error. Sometimes registry key delete and hacks just doesnt cut it and I hate just creating a new user profile.

    Any experience with that?
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    Yes we have migrated to Vista. Last December, I believe, was 82nd's cutoff to be migrated.

    Look out for Lsass.exe errors, usually embedded in the start-up, and will freeze the users computer. The manual account reset tip is the fix for that one.

    I would get users that had mysteriously lost the ability to digitally sign documents. Literally the day before could sign an ncoer and the next day not. Come to find out, G6 was pushing down updates and it was accidentally removing the approve-it software all together. Simply reinstalling it would fix it. Just make sure you look for it in the start menu, before trying something else.

    In some cases, bad batches of AGM discs were created and the software would come up with errors (usually in PureEdge when a document was e-mailed from one person to another). Uninstalling PureEdge, Approve-It or both, and installing an earlier version usually fixed that.

    By the way, I renamed the page where those game links are kept... from boredom games to bored? Do you think this will make any difference with the page being blocked? Thanks a million.

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