I have a rig at home, but when I travel I like to hop in and hang out in the auction house. With the release of Legion, new graphics settings and levels are available. Logging in for the first time on my MBP was pretty scary because the graphics were so bad. I thought this was just how it was going to be from now on. No matter what level of graphics (There are 10 now) I moved to, things still didn't look so good. I found the one thing that mattered most: Render Scale. Head to System > … [Read more...] about WoW Legion: Fix graphics for Macbook Pro
I came across the problem the other day and found an outdated but somewhat helpful KB article for LabTech. Here's the outdated article: https://docs.labtechsoftware.com/knowledgebase/article/9040 Solution The problem is not that they can't see locations, it's that they can't see them when they are empty. If you put an object in there, they'll light right up for them. You need to make sure they can see all locations no matter what. Here's how to do that: Launch LabTech Double click … [Read more...] about Labtech: Admins can’t see locations unless they created them.
I've been getting deeper into Splunk and along the way I collected some quick and easy tutorials to help me do the easier things. Below is how to remove a Splunk app after it has been installed. Splunk version: 6.3 Log into the console and head to the /opt/splunk/etc/apps directory. Use the command "ls" to list what folders are in the apps folder. Remove the folder there. This will delete the app. An example of what I did to remove the Fortigate App is … [Read more...] about Remove an app from Splunk
Instead of using an HTTP request through your browser, you can head to your command line and do a DNS request to OpenDNS that will return your current IP Address. Give this a shot: [crayon-57c1abb54f83e110123680/] This works on Windows10, I'm fairly certain it won't have an OS limitation. Let me know how it goes. … [Read more...] about Find Public IP using command line on Windows
If you're manually upgrading vCenter, you might run into this error. VMware tells you it's either the media or the Agent that needs to be started. But in my issue, when upgrading from vCenter 5.5 to vCenter 5.5 Update 3, I needed to enable the SQL Agent Service in Services in order to get it to work. Here's my fix: Go to Services Find SQL Server Agent Service and see that it is disabled Right click the service and change it to Automatic in properties Start the service … [Read more...] about Please make sure SQL Server Agent service is running on the Database Server
This was very frustrating for me after upgrading to Windows 10. I know most of my posts are server related, but I hope this helps some of you. Problem: When you try to change the product key of Windows 10 the box just freezes. There's nowhere to enter your product key. Solution: Hit the Windows Key and type in UAC to open up the User Access Control Center If you're like me, you dropped this down to less notifications because you believe in your ability to not be dumb and get … [Read more...] about Windows 10 Change Product Key Freezes
I was dealing with a security vulnerability and wasn't having much luck finding how to fix this issue online. I finally came across a few website posts that got me a little closer to what I was looking for. The full solution can be found below: Here's the report: Summary This host is running Remote Desktop Protocol server and is prone to information disclosure vulnerability. Vulnerability Detection Result Vulnerability was detected according to the Vulnerability Detection … [Read more...] about Vulnerability: This host is running Remote Desktop Protocol server and is prone to information disclosure vulnerability.
IMAP testing can be a little tough, especially when you are on a production server. Here's the first things I'd do to make sure IMAP connectivity is working OK: Run a Telnet from a Telnet Client to ports 143 and 993. 143 is your TLS port and 993 is for SSL IMAP connections: [crayon-57c1abb54fc6d697545097/] You can use your public IP. You're looking for a black box or a banner that you've set up with a virtual service listening on the port. If you get a denied connection there might be … [Read more...] about Exchange 2013: Test IMAP Connectivity
It's nice to see how your Exchange environment is doing without having to dig too deep. The HealthCheck feature is perfect for this, but some commands just can't be committed to memory. Below are some common Exchange Health Check commands as well as a little explanation to help you use Exchange Shell. [crayon-57c1abb550087284151881/] Pretty straight forward. You'll get your current server's health results. Hopefully everything says Healthy and if you haven't customized anything, the state of … [Read more...] about Some Helpful Exchange Shell Commands to Help with Health Checks
An exchange server I manage had up to 30GB of log files. Maybe you need log files, maybe you don't. There are a number of methods in dealing with log files when you do need them. Here's an awesome web page giving you a ton of different options. I chose the option to remove log files after 30 days. Note that these are for IIS logs, not Exchange Logs. http://www.iis.net/learn/manage/provisioning-and-managing-iis/managing-iis-log-file-storage#02 And the VBS Script that I'm now running in Task … [Read more...] about Script to delete or manage IIS Logs