Microsoft continues to dumb down the Control Panel GUI. To access the now missing” traditional” System control panel, go to Run and enter: SystemPropertiesAdvanced.exe
lsblk – List all disks & partitions attached (Can change after reboot) sudoparted /dev/sda mklabel gpt – Initializes the disk with a GPT partition [Destructive!] sudo parted -a opt /dev/sda mkpart primary ext4 0% 100% – Creates a new partition mkfs.ext4 -L datapartition /dev/sda1 – Format the partition as Ext4 Note: Partitions have a number appended to the… Read More »
If you need to assist a remote user and nothing seems to work try this: Have them connect their VPN From a server on their network, connect via Remote Desktop to the PC by name If name is not registered in DNS, log into the router and get VPN client IP
These PowerShell scripts list the remote IPs connecting on 443 , while filtering out local IPs and devices on ATT (107.77)
Cellular providers use specific IP ranges that can be filtered.
If Outlook for Mac repeatedly asks for a password when connecting to an Office 365 e-mail account you need to: Open Utilities > Keychain > delete items referencing: “exchange” “adal” and “office”.
In Windows 10 the old (win8) tricks for removing Microsoft apps no longer work.Here are a number of useful powershell commands.
The Cisco Any Connect Client does not allow you to save a password on the client. This code when saved as a .vbs file will let you get around this. Be warned that the client’s password is saved in clear text in the file. I hide the file in Drivers and create a shortcut to it with the… Read More »
If you are seeing the following error, on messages in the Symantec Messaging Gateway queue: 450 4.4.1 [internal] Connection Timed Out These messages are being interrupted during transmission. This leads to the sender receiving a delayed delivery notice. This is caused by something in the message being rejected by the Cisco router during inspection of the traffic. To… Read More »
If the Cisco VPN launches, but no window appears delete this file: C:\Program Files (x86)\Cisco Systems\VPN Client\vpnclient.ini