I made a script that does a few things: Gets all users that are enabled Creates a table, listing all the the users with a few account details I want Export the table to a .csv file with a unique name, appending the date the export happens Here's the whole thing. I'll explain what it does at the bottom: [crayon-5a35d1d561f39933005290/] Here's what it does: PowerShell, although powerful, is just a shell until we give it what it needs to interpret commands and expressions. In … [Read more...] about PowerShell – Export Enabled Users and other Data from Active Directory
Here's a quick tutorial that you can reference when wanting to apply new Group Policy Templates. What are Group Policy Templates? Not everything you can do in Group Policy inherently exists. New apps and new policies come out all the time. Since not every business needs a bloated version of Group Policy with a ton of rules and settings, you can customize what you want by adding or removing group policy related settings. Software engineers will develop a Group Policy Template for their … [Read more...] about How to apply Group Policy Templates via ADMX Files
Notes This is an issue found in my working version of Exchange, which is Exchange 2013 CU 11. It may exist elsewhere, but this is all I've got to test with. Problem Using the Exchange Admin Center, you either tried to import a certificate or complete a certificate request. It may have done nothing on the first attempt, but it gave you this error on the second attempt. Description What you're seeing is that you have a cert that was successfully installed on the server the first time … [Read more...] about A special Rpc error occurred. Cannot import certificate. A certificate with the thumbprint already exists.
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
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 came across these and immediately had to reference them here for myself as well as for the sake of others who I know will benefit from them. From Outlook's website here: https://support.office.com/en-nz/article/Learn-to-narrow-your-search-criteria-for-better-searches-in-Outlook-d824d1e9-a255-4c8a-8553-276fb895a8da Type this To find this bobby Items containing bobby, BOBBY, BoBby, or any other combination of uppercase and lowercase letters. Instant Search is not case … [Read more...] about Narrow down your searches in Outlook: A helpful guide.
With Horizon View, if you want to publish servers in desktop mode, such as publishing Server 2008 R2 as a desktop, you'll have to make some changes within ADSI Edit. The change is fairly straightforward. Here's a quick tutorial on how to get it done. To start, open up ADSI Edit on your VMware Connection server, or any server on the domain with access to your domain controller: From there, choose More Actions over on the right and choose Connect To. Enter the … [Read more...] about VMware Horizon View – Enable Servers in Desktop Mode
I was editing my "pre" class so I could make some command posting prettier noticed my scroll bar was always showing, even when I didn't need it. Her was my original command: [crayon-5a35d1d563720030468778/] Pretty standard, right? Welp, as it turns out we can do one better. If we only want to see the scroll bar when we really need it, you can set do this instead: [crayon-5a35d1d56372b727037293/] Replace x with y if you want to apply this to vertical scrolling. I hope this helps some of … [Read more...] about CSS: How to not show scroll bar if not needed.
No chit chat here, just a quick explanation of how to add a Public Folder Calendar to your GAL in Exchange 2013. The quick answer: Mail Enable the Public Folder item. Once the Public Folder item is mail enabled you'll be able to see it in the GAL. Here's how to mail enable an item using the GUI: Head to Public Folders > Public Folder > Drill Down to the Public Folder Item (Contacts & Calendars are most popular) and highlight the item. On the right hand side you'll see an option … [Read more...] about Exchange 2013: Adding An Outlook Public Calendar to the GAL / OAB
Are you trying to enable basic authentication but when you go to the IIS Features and click on the Authentication Icon there are no options to do so? You're probably looking in the wrong place. Head to Control Panel > Turn Windows Features on or Off > Click on "Web Server (IIS)" > In Services choose Role Services on the right > Scroll down to Security - Basic Authentication and check the box. > Finish the install. I hope this helps everyone Cheers. … [Read more...] about Enabled Basic Authentication in IIS 7