Ctrl+Alt+Delete… one of the most basic shortcuts everyone knows… If you open up an RDP session you can’t use Ctrl+Alt+Delete, as the command would just be effective on the main PC, and not your RDP session. So you’d use Ctrl+Alt+End. This is great if you only going into a single RDP session, but what do… Read More »
The hidden administrator C$ share that is built into Windows file sharing, can’t be used in Windows 7 or Vista. The reason this doesn’t work is because of UAC (User Account Control). By default Vista doesn’t allow UAC elevation over the network with a local user account. There’s a registry key that we can use… Read More »
Recently I’ve wanted to change a network connection name to one that previously existed, but was prevented from doing it due to the device still being present somewhere in the registery. To do this you need to see the hidden, non-present device in the device manager. 1) Run command prompt with administrator privilege. 2) type “set… Read More »
This can happen on any of the Windows OS’s that use Windows Update. An easy way to fix an update that continuously tries to install and fails or an update download that stalls is to clean out the Windows Update Cache. To do this, follow these simple steps: Open a Command Prompt (Run As… Read More »
Outlook Web App didn’t initialize. If the problem continues, please contact your helpdesk. Couldn’t find a base theme (folder name=base) This error is caused, when the base theme for the OWA is missing in \ClientAccess\Owa\14.1.287.0\themes. You solve this issue by running the following command in a Exchange Managment Shell: “C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Bin\UpdateCas.ps1?
A quick Bat script that will read input from a txt file with folder locations and identify read only files outputting them to a csv file.