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GPO Network Drive Mapping over DFS isn’t working

I experienced the problem that it didn’t map one network drive over GPO. I searched for a long time and found out the problem was that the GPO didn’t like the backslash at the end.

Wrong

\\Domain\data\sharename\

Right

\\Domain\data\sharename

After that it worked like a charm;-)

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admin on April 25th 2014 in IT, Windows, Windows Server

SSH Socks Server doesn’t work

You created the right tunnel:
ssh user@sub.example.com –p 80 –D 6666

Note: I picked port 80 for my environment because it isn’t usually blocked by firewalls. So you can easily bypass them.

Finally you have pointed the proxy of your browser to the right tunnel but it still doesn’t work.
127.0.0.1:6666

It took me a while to figure it out, but the solution was quite simple. You need to leave all proxy settings blank, except the socket setting. Now it works like a charm;-)

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admin on April 11th 2014 in Internet, IT, Linux, Windows

Sync Computer Time manually with Domain Controller

NET TIME %LOGONSERVER% /SET /Y

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admin on August 27th 2013 in IT, Windows, Windows Server

Stress CPU

If you need to test how your CPU is doing under stress (overheating etc.) you can simply try following methods:

1. Create a VBSCript test.vbs

   While true

   Wend

2. Or create a Batch-File test.bat

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admin on July 31st 2013 in IT, Windows

How to get the default Domain Controller and Domain GPO back

dcgpofix /target:both

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admin on July 10th 2013 in Windows, Windows Server

How to make Windows 8 window border thinner?

Well I don’t like the thick border in Windows 8. You can easily change it in the registry:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics

Set following values to 0:
BorderWidth
PaddedBorderWidth

logoff and login again

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admin on July 1st 2013 in IT, Windows

See who is logged into a computer remotly and how to log off from a remote computer

With this query you get a list of all logged on users:
quser /SERVER:servername

Pick the ID from above to log off the user:
logoff 2 /SERVER:servername

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admin on April 22nd 2013 in IT, Windows, Windows Server

AntiVirus on Server

It can be a good a idea to have a different AntiVirus on the servers than on the desktops. So you have a layered scan.

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admin on February 12th 2013 in IT, Linux, Windows

Important Network Commands you should know

ping
#hostname
Computer Name

#ping [Computername/IP]
Checks if computer can be reached 4 times

#ping -t [Computername/IP]
Checks if computer can be reached unlimited times

#ping –a [IP]
Name resolution of the IP

ipconfig
#ipconfig
Get IP-Adress

#ipconfig /all
Here you can get the MAC-Adress

#ipconfig /release
Removes the IP-Adress

#ipconfig /renew
Gets a new IP-Adress from the DHCP

DNS
#ipconfig /registerdns
Renews the registration on the DNS-Server

#ipconfig /displaydns
Shows local DNS-Cache

#ipconfig /flushdns
Deletes local DNS-Cache

ARP
#arp –a
Table IP-Adresses / MAC-Adresses

NSLOOKUP
#nslookup [IP/Domainname]
DNS – Name Resolution

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admin on February 8th 2013 in IT, Network, Windows, Windows Server

How to repair the Boot Manager

Rewrite Masterbootrecord:
bootrec /fixmbr

Scan for all OS:
bootrec /scanos

Adds found OS into Boot Manager:
bootrec /rebuildbcd

Recreate Boot Manager:
bootrec /fixboot

Important: The partition with the boot manager needs to be active to be able to boot Windows 2008 R2 or Windows 2012. If it is not active you can make it active with diskpart:
1. Run DVD Repair Mode
2. diskpart
3. select disk 0 (For the first disk)
4. select partition 1
5. active
6. exit
7. Restart Computer

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admin on January 18th 2013 in IT, Windows, Windows Server




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