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This is some kind of personal knowledge base ..

My name is Christian Casutt, I’m living in Switzerland & Spain, working for Solvia GmbH.

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7 Responses to About

  1. Yusuf Ozturk says:

    I loved your blog. Your posts are amazing. I think we are working on same job 🙂 Do you have any twitter account to follow you?

    Take care.

  2. christian says:

    Hi Yusuf
    thanks for your comment 🙂
    i just checked your blog – great articles, i just created a bookmark in my favs.
    there’s a twitter account => check out http://www.twitter.com/christianoch

  3. JamesR says:

    Christian, I was wondering if you ever solved this issue? I’m having the same issue and it seems nobody has a good solution to this other than adding the info into the unattend.xml file to disable IE ESC.

    How to disable IE Enhanced Security on Windows 2003 Server silently?
    Sunday, August 16, 2009 6:11 AM by Christian M
    Is there a way using a script / tool like OCSetup to enable/disable IE ESC on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (R2) OSs?

    I played around with an unattend.xml, tried to run it after/post install using OCSetup, but i havn’t been successful so far..

    in the past (Windows Server 2003) we managed the IE ESC using an inf-file like:




    and gave that file as an instruction to the SysOCManager like:

    SYSOCMGR.EXE /i:%windir%\inf\sysoc.inf /u:%SystemDrive%\OSSetup\Un-HardenIE.inf

    we’ve looked around for a similiar approach, but there are only hacks using RegKey to manipulate, resulting in a non-functional behaviour of the ServerManager GUI…

  4. christian says:

    James, unfortunately NO! .. Sorry!


  5. Pavel says:

    Hi, Christian.
    Could you publish xml schema for remote desktop connection manager?
    I’m writing small application on perl for convert another xml for use in your application, and can’t find any docs accept taylor-made analysing script…

  6. mdg66 says:

    Hi, I want to create one employment agreement for our entire organisation in Microsoft Word 2010, and depending on which part of the business the employee works, specific clauses would be inserted throughout the document. I was thinking of some sort of pop-up where the author could scroll through a list and insert the appropriate clause. Is this possible and how would I go about it. I look forward to your reply.

  7. Corinne says:

    Hello Christiano!

    Using Word and an Excel list to do a mail merge, I want to insert the contents of a cell in my Excel list if an Excel cell contains a certain character. For example, my list has a list of employees and a ‘Y’ under each date that they have been absent from work. If a cell contains a ‘Y’, I would like the mail merge to include the date (that is also a column header) that contains the ‘Y’. I tried using the “If… then” rule but do not know how to reference that cell/column header in the ‘insert this text’ box.

    Is there a way to do this?

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