Set up Port Forwarding (Windows)

Port Forwarding is a technique that allows remote computers, usually computers or systems on the Internet, to connect to a specific system or service within a private local-area network (LAN), so an internal network. Read More …

Force a user logoff remotely with PowerShell

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Adding ADMX files Administrative Templates into GPMC (Active Directory)

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Power Scheme change using command line (Windows 7/8/8.1/10)

This kind of article could be very useful to those who have a laptop and don’t need always an High Read More …

Change deleted item retention period (Exchange Online)

On Exchange Online, if you’ve permanently deleted an item in Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Web App, the item is moved Read More …

Check DNS records on Windows with nslookup

You might need to check the status of your DNS records for many reasons. For example, you might need to Read More …

How to control Macro Settings using registry keys or GPOs

For Office applications (Excel/Word,..), there are group policies that control the Macro Settings that can be checked in File (Backstage)->Options->Trust Read More …

Add Safe Mode To Boot Menu In Windows 8.1

Safe Mode is one of the important features of Windows operating system. The feature, which is present in all recent Read More …

Repair missing or corrupt Windows files with Command Prompt

When you have problems with your computer, Windows system files may become corrupted or go missing. This might be caused Read More …