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Locked out of using the Command Prompt on Windows? no probs, try this little trick to create a pseudo dos box ..
In: Security · Tagged with: bypass, security
If you have a USB stick that has various partitions and you are having trouble removing them from with Windows Disk Management, then you might like to try the following:
if you use one of the embedded versions of PFSense and you ever need to write to the OS directly you will need to remount the file system in Read/Write mode before you can save the changes.
Sometimes you don’t have VMware vSphere Client handy, or you might need to restart a server remotely via SSH. In these cases it’s great to be able to turn virtual machines on and off via the command line. Read on for a brief overview.
To find out which version Ubuntu is installed simply type the following in to a console:
If you’ve accidentally broken your /etc/fstab file and rebooted and found yourself in the repair console. You might run into some issues while trying to fix it.
If you use vSphere 5 vCenter Server Virtual Appliance and you don’t have, or chose not to use Active Directory for user access then there is another way to add users to the appliance.
In: Vmware · Tagged with: add user, new user, vcenter, vmware
When migrating many mailboxes to an Exchange 2010 system, or after an existing object has been mail enabled you may find you have some mailboxes that are set as type ‘Shared’ even though they belong to a single user. You can see this either through the Exchange Management Console (EMC) by applying a filter of Recipient […]
I recently experimented with Hyper-V 2012 and found there was no easy way to disable complex passwords, so after searching the net for a while I came across a nice solution that didn’t involve joining and leaving domains and interfering with group policy. Here it is –