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How to set IPv4 as preferred IP on Windows Server using PowerShell

Sometimes working with Lync and Skype for Business I see that the services are trying to contact other servers or localhost which returns an IPv6 address. 289 more words

Skype For Business

Group Policy Best Practice

9 best practice principals for every IT administrators favourite tool, Group Policy.

These principals or rules of thumb should help in optimising your GPO usage in any environment


Windows Server 2012 R2

Get Active Network Adapter

Recently I had the need to create a script to find out what was the active network adapter in our server, so after some ideas from the web, I came up with a one line PowerShell script that helped me achieve my goal. 64 more words

SCCM 2012

Port opened? Telnet is your friend

Do you want to know if the problem you are having is a network \ firewall issue?

You can simply use Telnet to check if the port you are trying to connect to is open or not. 162 more words

Windows 7

Fitting USB3 into a DELL PowerEdge R510 Server

USB3 is not supported natively within Windows Server 2008 (or Windows 7), and therefore Dell has always seemed reluctant to fit USB3 hardware into its Servers. 217 more words

Windows Server 2008

Cool Windows tool of the day: RegJump by SysInternals

RegJump.exe is really cool, and has already there for more than a year (:

This little command-line applet takes a registry path and makes Regedit…

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