A terminal server was becoming low on disk space. I ran treesize and found that a number of the profiles had alot of temporary files as the culprit, however, how does one clean them all at once without logging on to each one. I found this tool ICsweep. This is a DOS based application which is very simple to use. Just extract to a drive open a DOS prompt and browse to the directory. Then run the icsweep.exe and it will run through all the profiles and clean up the temp files. On this server it freed up over 2.5 Gb of data. Very handy and quick tool to remove unwanted temp files.
LogMeIn Rescue and iPads – Is LogMeIn a Viable Solution – How LogMeIn Works With iPads and Mail | BVA IT Consulting Blog
If you haven’t seen this yet, please note – LogMeIn Rescue makes it easy to push out mail profiles to iPads. Have the user go to http://rescuemobile.com in Safari on the iPad and enter the PIN code as usual. You can then fill in the POP/IMAP/ActiveSync info and push it to the iPad as a profile. The user is prompted to allow the config change, and then to accept the certificate. Works great and BVA certainly recommends it as a viable solution.