Category Archives: Hardware

Daisy Chain Monitors

By | June 15, 2021

Daisy chaining is a feature of DisplayPort monitors, and can be helpful when you lack the needed ports on a PC, or cable length. By default this is turned off on most monitors, and when connected the 2nd display will either mirror the first, or be disabled. To enable the feature on Dell monitors from the hardware menu… Read More »

Cisco AnyConnect VPN

By | January 2, 2020

To enable support for client computers the client software package must be loaded into the ASA in the form of a .pkg file. These can be found here on our network: S:\Software\Networking\!Cisco\AnyConnect This is loaded into the ASA under Config>Remote Access VPN>Network (Client) Access>AnyConnect Client Software

NVidia GTX vs. Quadro

By | October 6, 2019

Purpose – Quadro cards are designed for specific render tasks, like CAD and video rendering, outperforming Geforce by a significant margin. AutoDesk has only certified Quadro Cards for Revit. Quality – Quadro cards are  designed for maximum durability and longevity and stand up to the rigors of daily strenuous use better than the consumer-oriented Geforce. For these reasons… Read More »

Windows Time

By | May 29, 2019

This command will cause the system clock to sync with Internet time servers. It is useful when an older server is losing time. On a PDC run: net stop w32time w32tm /config /manualpeerlist:””,0x8 /syncfromflags:MANUAL w32tm /config /reliable:yes net start w32time Check the status with: w32tm /query /status w32tm /query /peers On aother servers run: net… Read More »