With no call-out fee and a no-fix-no-fee policy Caspian I.T. provides computer and laptop, repairs and services for the Croydon, Crawley and Brighton areas. TEL: 0208 406 1003
Rates are charged at £40 + VAT per hour for a home on-site visit (most issues resolved within first hour). And £50 per hour for Networked or Business systems.
Alternatively there is a fixed rate of £49 + VAT per computer, for a Collect and Return service where your system will be fixed and returned to you within 1-3 working days.
Every service for your computer. From a simple home laptop repair to a complex server network; Caspian IT offer a truly high quality service to help you keep your home and business running smoothly. Our experienced and professional network engineers are available when you need them: We come to your home or office. We also offer a collect and return service with a fixed price labour charge. An efficient fast and stable computer network is the bedrock of business success.
“I.T. can make a huge difference to a companies success – helping you get it right the first time is what Caspian IT do.”
If you’re wondering whether Caspian IT can help you with a computer problem you might have, the answer is most probably yes. We normally deal with home users or the owners of small and medium sized businesses. We not only repair broken laptops and desktop computers, we diagnose faults that might be caused by a virus or spyware. Caspian IT also offer a series of highly configured servers for sale that can provide you with an assortment of online services that maximise the flow of information in your organisation. Full Story
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Ok, I have a home network running Microsoft Server 2012 and the standard password policy requires that the administrator password is changes every 45 days – which although is good practice for a large business network is a little bit more than I need.
So firstly to stop the password expiration policy go to the start screen and type ‘Local security Policy’ from there you can clearly see Account Policy. and just change whatever settings you like.
Then to change a password…
this is in essence the same thing as CTRL+ALT+DEL, it will display the login security screen where you can change the password, lock the computer, shut down, etc.
This one was frustrating, but I blundered into a solution after a minute or two. I imagine it’s a problem with iOS7 rather the phone. First of all I checked all the settings and everything was ok – but STILL the phone wasn’t ringing.
If you’ve checked that a valid ringtone has been selected – super. Next try this, call your phone, wait for it to vibrate. Whilst it’s vibrating switch the ringer (that’s the button on the left hand side at the top) to off, then switch it back to on again.
If you have Windows Vista or newer installed, you should have the “snipping tool” available. You can find it here:
START —> ALL PROGRAMS —> ACCESSORIES —> snipping tool.
Go to your ‘start’ screen and type in snip – and it will show up as a program selection.
Either install Desktop Experience OR The following command will launch "Show or hide common icons on the desktop" applet without requiring the installation of Desktop Experience. Works for Server 2008 R2 and Server 2012 just copy and paste into your powershell or command line. "%Systemroot%\system32\rundll32.exe" shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL desk.cpl,,0
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