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I've found this link: How can I tell whether a DLL has been registered?: Given that DLL registration can encompass arbitrary operations, there is no general-purpose way of determining whether registration has taken place for an arbitrary DLL. To determine whether a DLL has been registered, you need to bring in domain-specific knowledge. If you ...
Windows XP doesn't respond to ping due to default firewall rules. This is expected behavior. If you want ping replies you need to change the ICMP section of your network adapter / firewall (depending on XP SP) to allow "Incoming echo requests". See http://csg.trinhall.cam.ac.uk/tips/firewall/winxp as just one example on how to do that.
The reason was because of network security policy in the standard vswitches. To make it simple, the each ESXi host has multiple VMs each having its own IP address + the IP of the ESXi itself. This means many MAC addresses. Now this ESXi is a VM itself in .52 host with its single VM assigned to a certain group. The group will not allow more than 1 MAC to ...
vbscript : ' Print FQDN in lower case letters ' Volker Fröhlich (2011) option explicit dim Message dim output dim WshShell, objEnv dim mydomain ' Read value from registry function readFromRegistry (strRegistryKey, strDefault ) Dim WSHShell, value On Error Resume Next Set WSHShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") value = WSHShell.RegRead( ...
VMware has a tool called vmware-diskmanager. On a mac with Fusion, it's hidden in "/Applications/VMware Fusion.app/Contents/Library/". You can use this tool to repair VirtualBox VMDK disks as well. Run vmware-diskmanager -R .vmdk. It saved me a couple of times already. The good news is that you can download this utility if you don't have vmware. It's at ...
Connect remotely with PS command gpupdate /target:computer /force /boot It will force to update GPO on target computer and will reboot if necessary. Might also work: psexec \\computer gpupdate /force In 2nd example if you use '*' instead of 'computer' it will execute command on all computers in current domain.
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