Senior IT Support Manager at UNT CAS and has been a professional in IT for over 20 years. He love his family, likes his motorcycle, and figures IT out!
This post just serves as quick notes for dissemination amongst my colleagues. We recently allowed the Windows 10 1809 update via WSUS – needless to say, we were a bit hesitant to release round two of this update. So, we waited until after the phased rollout began on January 16. Anyway, per the norm, I went to download RSAT and realized that there wasn’t a download available for 1809.
Like most sysadmins that manage a lot of computers, I have a need for startup scripts. Also, I deploy those startup scripts to the computer via GPO. However, I prefer to download those scripts to the machine and run them locally. This allows them to run even if the computer isn’t currently connected to the network, like a laptop that’s off-site.
I wanted a quick way to get a list of user sessions on our VDI servers. My exact goal was to get a list of users that were a day away from being forced off the system and sending them an email.
I was wanting to setup my server with bonded network interface cards (NICs). Since it took me a while to get the bond working, I thought I do some notes to self here; added benefit of sharing with you all.
I’ve been a long time fan of Google Authenticator because Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a must in today’s easily compromised society. Unfortunately, Google Authenticator has been a struggle for many people, and I’m glad that I recently discovered Authy.
Bitcoin (BTC) is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically. No one controls it. Bitcoins aren’t printed, like dollars or euros – they’re produced by people, and increasingly businesses, running computers all around the world, using software that solves mathematical problems.