Enabling DNS Registration Refresh Interval

On Active Directory domains is very important that clients set automatically their own DNS names on authoritative DNS servers for Read More …

Windows – Clear Group Policy Cache

That’s quite uncommon, but if we need to clear the local cache of Group Policies Objects (GPO) on a workstation/laptop joined to a domain, there are three main methods we can use to accomplish this activity. Read More …

Enable WinRM with Group Policy for PowerShell Remoting

PowerShell Remoting really can makes a routine work a lot easier, but it requires quite a bit of work to get all the remote computers ready to take the remoting calls, such as automatically start Windows Remote Management service. Read More …

Enabling Powershell Remoting

To enable Powershell remoting, you need run the following cmdlet: Enable-PSRemoting In workgroup environments, enable classic mode authentication for network Read More …

Install the PowerShell Active Directory Module

This guide explains how to install the Active Directory (AD) module for PowerShell Core 6.0 and Windows PowerShell. For Windows PowerShell, the document describes how to install the AD module for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 R2, and Windows Server 2016. Read More …

Microsoft Windows – Clear RDP Connections History

In workstations and domains environments, for each successful connection to a remote computer using the RDP (Remote Desktop) client in Windows (mstsc.exe) the system will save remote computer name (or an IP address) and the username used to log on by default. Read More …

Microsoft – Change the Computer Name (Command Line)

Sometimes we could have the need to rename a Windows system not from the usual GUI, but using command line (cmd.exe). Actually, this can be achieved by using the wmic command to rename a windows computer from command line. Read More …

Changing the Timezone (Microsoft Windows)

Timezone is a critical settings on client and server systems. This setting is a “computer-wide” setting, not a per-user setting, so we will not be able to set a specific timezone for a specific user, on Windows systems. Read More …

Powershell – find files larger than a specific size

A common task, especially during the development of specific filesystem tasks in a script, is to find and list all files that are larger than a specific file size in folder (and subfolders); in the following example we will find files larger than 500 MB in the entire C:\ drive. Read More …

How To See Hidden Files Using Command Prompt [VIDEO]

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