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 …

Managing Fonts in Windows 10

Managing fonts in Windows 10 is not so difficult, once seen the procedure on how to add, remove and modify them. Let’s begin saying that in latest Windows 10 builds you will need to open the Fonts Control Panel by opening the following folder: C:\Windows\Fonts. Read More …

Implementing & Configuring IPAM in Windows Server 2012 R2

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Use SLMGR to change, remove, or extend Windows License

Windows activation is designed to be as foolproof as possible, so Microsoft’s graphical tools keep it simple. If you want Read More …

Manage and Disable the Charms Bar in Windows 8

The Charms Bar in Windows 8 is the bar of icons that slides in from the right side of the Read More …

How to manage stored credentials with Windows Credential Manager

A convenient feature of any operating system or software application is its ability to save login credentials so you don’t Read More …

Passing Command-Line Arguments to PowerShell

You can use scripts to automate all of your SQL Server management processes because it allows you to know that Read More …

Taking Control of Checked Out Documents in SharePoint

Problem Often times users leave SharePoint documents in a “Checked Out” status. This can happen for a variety of unintended Read More …

Create, Manage and Delete Wireless Filters On Windows

Windows allows users to manage IEEE802.11 networks from Command Prompt. It is done by creating wireless filters to prevent that Read More …