Error 3007 Diablo 3 Fix

Error 3007 Fix  “Your connection to the service has timed out” – Diablo 3

How to fix:

1. Start -> Control Panel -> Network and Sharing Center -> Change adapter settings

2. Right-click your connection and select properties.

3. Click ‘Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) and press ‘Properties’.

4. Select  ‘Use the following DNS server addresses‘ and type in ‘‘ under the ‘Preferred DNS server’.

error 3007 fix

5. Press Ok and log into Diablo 3.

error 3007 fix

6. Success! You can now change the DNS settings back to automatic!

Hope this helped.

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How to remove auto-mapping in Exchange 2010

How to remove auto-mapping in Exchange 2010 (the SP1 ‘feature’).

I recently had to deal with a user adding a second exchange mailbox that corrupted every single day. This issue went on for literally months as I attempted various fixes. The strange part was there were 4 other users that also added this second exchange mailbox to their Outlook 2010 but none of them had any issues.

Another time this has caused me grief is when a user’s OST file was breaching the 20gb limit causing Outlook to be non-responsive. This was due to the extra exchange accounts being added all residing their mail into the one OST file.

Instead of babbling on how the ridiculous amount of attempts to fix the original issue, I’ll get straight to the point and explain how to remove the auto-mapping in Outlook 2010 as this was the solution.

The Fix

After a quick google I found here you can disable auto-mapping via the following commands

$FixAutoMapping = Get-MailboxPermission sharedmailbox |where {$_AccessRights -eq "FullAccess" -and $_IsInherited -eq $false}

$FixAutoMapping | Remove-MailboxPermission

$FixAutoMapping | ForEach {Add-MailboxPermission -Identity $_.Identity -User $_.User -AccessRights:FullAccess -AutoMapping $false}

However this did NOT work for myself.

I took the following steps on our SBS 2011 server to remove the auto-mapping feature.

  1. Open the tool ‘ADSI Edit’ from the Administrative Tools.
  2. Browse to the offending user(mailbox) that you would no longer like to be automatically mapped to particular users.
  3. Right-click the account and select Properties.
  4. In the Attribute Editor, select ‘Filter’ in the bottom right corner.
  5. Ensure ‘Show only attributes that have values’ is ticked.
6. Browse in the list attributes and select ‘msExchDelegateListLink’. These are the list of users that the account will automatically map to (populated by those with Full Access to the mailbox).
7. Select Edit, click on the user you would like to no longer auto-map to and select Remove.
8. Press Ok then Apply.

Success! You can now start Outlook on the users workstation and the mailbox with full access will not map itself.

From here you can go into account settings and manually add the second exchange account without any weird issues arising.

I hope you enjoyed and/or benefited from this guide,

Systematic Admin.

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Assigning permission to access only one folder in Outlook

Setting/assigning permission to access only one sub-folder in Outlook 2010 , without assigning the user permission to the Inbox or any other folder.

1. First, make sure the folder you want to assign another user access to is directly below your mailbox, not below your inbox.

2. Right-click your main mailbox and select ‘Folder Permissions’.


3.  Select ‘Add…‘ and choose the user you would like to assign access to (who will be viewing the folder).

4. Choose ‘Reviewer‘ if they are to only view the folder and not edit anything.


5. Right-click the actual folder the user needs to view and select ‘Properties‘.


6. Once again select ‘Add…‘ and choose the user, set the permissions again to ‘Reviewer’ or the same as you chose previously in step 4.


7. You will now notice the folder has been shared with the default windows sharing icon.


8. To add this now shared folder into the viewing users Outlook.

In the users Outlook 2010;

  • Select ‘File’‘Account Settings’Account Settings…
  • Double-click the email account
  • Select ‘More Settings…
  • Click the ‘Advanced‘ tab
  • Choose ‘Add…
  • Type your name (or mailbox name)
  • Select Okay and Apply.
  • Your mailbox name should now appear in the sidebar, once expanded it will only show the folder in which permissions were assigned!

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Check who stalks your facebook

Check who stalks your facebook

Ever wanted to know who has been stalking your facebook profile?

I’ve recently stumbled across this internet sensation… I thought I’d list how to do it for yourself in a few easy steps.

1. Login to your facebook account, press the dropdown arrow in the top right corner and select ‘account settings’.


2. Select ‘Security‘ on the left hand side and turn ‘Secure Browsing‘ to off.

security settings

3. Go back to your homepage, and make sure your address bar states “http://” instead of “https://

4. Drag the link below onto your favourites or bookmark bar.

Facebook Friends

5. Click the newly created ‘Facebook Friends’ while on your facebook page to display your list of stalkers!

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