Establish the main container either inline or as block (below as block). All the children will pop into the container. Next, we can establish the direction of the flex, going left,right, down or up Next, we establish what we want to do with wrapping. The default is all goes in a single line, but we […]
This is the more pratical and quick way to set a default resolution for say a Linux desktop version installation under hyper-v: Depending on how modern your distribution is, there may be more work to do. If you are still stuck on the default 1024×768, make the following changes on the Linux guest: Now change […]
Finding which program is using a specific port on a windows server is a 2 step process: First, we want to get the process id that registered the port, In my case, i had a process using port 8000 that appeared to be a webserver, but did not give away any further info. output: That […]
A simple windows tool to browse performance counters on your local system In the first column, the list of categories is shown Upon selection, the second column will show the list of instance After which the third column will show the actual list of performance counters If you select an actual counter, the bottom right will show you a sample from the counter with a 1 second interval. Source and releases can be downloaded from github
Problem: You are unable to change Windows server 2019 timezone settings, not even as domain administrator or local administrator Resolution: Use the tzutil.exe command line tool from an elevated powershell prompt. Example below:
When opening an application from a domain share on windows server, you may still be prompted that the location is outside your local network and is considered unsafe. Resolution: Disable internet explorer enhanced security
This error is common if you domain join a server, and attempt to install a language pack. Resolution: Run SECPOL.MSC from a command prompt Navigate to Local Policies, Security Options Enable “User account control: Admin approval mode for the build in administrator account” Logoff
Microsoft now actively publishes backdoors found for the Exchange server breach, see the security blog here You can download a csv file with the known filepaths, which are very easy first step to verify here Below is a very quick first response program to use that file, and scan if a known backdoor is present […]
Working with multiple TFS servers is prone to problems with cached credentials when switching accounts, especially on laptop systems that suspend/resume across domain authentication. Clear the TFS cache by deleting all files to remove cached credentials, and force re-authentication.
Detecting and acting on the database name to change query behaviour for example for different company workflows within the same database. This is BRITTLE because database names can change outside your application. The safe way to handle this is by checking some flag to determine correct processing.