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comment outlook 2013 - 0x800CCC13 “Cannot connect to the network”
@CharlieRB nope.... this did not solve the problem
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comment outlook 2013 - 0x800CCC13 “Cannot connect to the network”
@CharlieRB should I do an office repair ? or otherwise how do I repair outlook only? is there a command line solution you had in mind? Because there is no individual repair feature for outlook. only the whole of office can be repaired.
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comment outlook 2013 - 0x800CCC13 “Cannot connect to the network”
@HopelessN00b I was referring to the outlook profile, which I add in control panel -> mail (outlook 2013). Re-imaging is not an option unfortunately. The funny thing is that in several other office installations I have not had this problem occuring.
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comment outlook 2013 - 0x800CCC13 “Cannot connect to the network”
@GKoe hi there. My situation is similar, yes, but I don't connect to an exchange server. In fact to manage the email accounts I connect to a cpanel interface so I presume the email server is running on linux - probably sendmail , too.
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comment how can I install and activate office 2013 from a local installer (.msi or .img)?
thank you. do you want to write it as an answer?
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comment how can I install and activate office 2013 from a local installer (.msi or .img)?
crap, what type of license provides local install?
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comment Virtualbox logon from commandline
+1 for the putscancode sequence :)
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comment randomly losing dns resolving ability
how could I do that with nslookup? I am not sure exact what to check...
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comment randomly losing dns resolving ability
internet is on the other side of the ADSL modem (not the router). The router is a linux pc. This side of the ADSL modem ( that connects to the router is just a DMZ). Thing is , there are no queries done from the ADSL<->Router subnet, or at least thats what i think. What you see above is just the BIND server quering ISP, GOOGLE and OpenDNS dns servers for domains it doesn't itself know about. or am I not thinking this right...? Also if what you propose in your reply is true, then I shouldn't have internet altogether, instead of losing it randomly. no?