“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive” – Howard Thurman
Find the Distinguished Name of the OU to which you want to redirect all new computers dsquery ou -name <OU-Name> EXAMPLE – dsquery ou –name “DOMAIN WORKSTATIONS” Use redircmp Distinguished Name found with dsquery Run powershell/cmd as an administrator
Yesterday I had a morning surprise by my PC, when I turned it on all I got was white pixelated flickering caused by GPU drivers update (automated in windows 10) Safe mode and all of the advanced repair stuff wasn’t working so out of options I just used “Reset my PC”. In order to avoid the issue in the future autoupdate feature was disabled through: Advanced System Settings –> Hardware Tab –> Device Installation Settings –> Select No Please note that this is all or nothing solution, there is no granular control what hardware to be updated, so after No you should update all drivers manually. Remark: Seems that Latest Nvidia Driver (at the writing… Read More »Windows 10 Nvidia Drivers Issue with Skylake
Raise domain/forest functional level to 2003 Domain is raised from AD users and computers Forest is raised from AD Domains and Trusts Prepare AD for 2012 The command adprep is located on your Server 2012 disk under the \support\adprep Run in cmd adprep /forestprep If KB919151 is not installed adprep /forestprep will fail with “ADPREP.EXE is valid, but is for a machine type other than the current machine” – REMARK addprep.exe must be copied from x86(or x64) folder to the folder where all other files (sch1, sch2, and so on, schema.ini is also inside), then run it from there. Install 2012R2 server, join it to the domain and promote it as DC First add active… Read More »Tested guide for upgrade 2003 domain to 2012
After experiencing a pfsense log overflow with SSL routines:SSL3_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:wrong version number, SSL: 1 error:140760FC:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_CLIENT_HELLO:unknown protocol and similar errors for a while I finally figured a way to reduce them to the more reasonable level by simply checking Disable webConfigurator redirect rule in the advanced settings. There are still some errors in the log though, however, way less than before. Remarks – Captive Portal is disabled, webConfigurator is accessible from Internet, pfsense version is 2.2.5-RELEASE (amd64) – there is a setting to completely disable lighthttpd logging (as it was before version 2) under settings of the system log
Tested…. and it works on 7, 8.1, 10, server 2012 r2 https://github.com/giMini/RWMC
A quick diagram of my current virtual lab.
Is awesome 🙂
Yesterday This Pc started to open very slow on my Windows 8.1 making me angry of course 🙂 Today I had time to dig in and at my suspicion that a network share or something similar is causing the issue was close enough. I disabled Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service and Voila – Everything opens so nice and smooth again. So far i am satisfied and with the result, My pc is feeling (visibly) faster and this service is not missing me at all. By default it starts automatically, so it’s up to you to disable it or let it start with the next restart.
wmic product get /format:csv > filename_%Computername%.csv