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comment Possible to have FQDN in Debian Logfiles?
Please see also: serverfault.com/questions/274625/…
Mar
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comment How to crash spooler service
Sorry, accidentally delete my comment: If you have a known-corrupt .SHD/.SPL/.EMF file, you could try copying it to the spool directory, or otherwise generating the files as a "real" print job.
Mar
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comment How to crash spooler service
What sort of "crash" do you need? Does it need to terminate with a specific error code? Would taskkill /f /im spoolsv.exe work?
Feb
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Feb
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revised how open a new cmd console on a windows 2012 server core after closing the last one?
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Feb
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comment how open a new cmd console on a windows 2012 server core after closing the last one?
Why the down vote? The keyboard shortcut is correct.
Feb
26
comment The user name or password is incorrect error while joining Windows domain
Try qualifying the Domain Admin's credentials during the join. e.g. instead of parentdomain\Administrator try parentdomain.example.com\Administrator or the UPN Administrator@parentdomain.example.com.
Feb
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answered Creating 1 Windows image with multiple drivers for different hardware
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revised Can vSphere PowerCLI cmdlets execute from a PS1 file?
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revised Can vSphere PowerCLI cmdlets execute from a PS1 file?
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answered Can vSphere PowerCLI cmdlets execute from a PS1 file?
Feb
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comment How to self-sign Windows 7 x64 drivers?
You can't mark a comment as accepted. You should remove this [non] answer and post it as a comment asking Brian to make his a real answer.
Feb
24
comment Loop in a Windows batch file
@Dempa I believe EnableDelayedExpansion is needed when using SET within FOR. You're of course welcome to post your own solution, or edit mine to correct me. robvanderwoude.com/variableexpansion.php
Feb
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answered Loop in a Windows batch file
Feb
23
comment Loop in a Windows batch file
I see no loop here, only a conditional if %%M < 4, which isn't valid syntax regardless. WHILE isn't valid at all. What did your FOR block look like? You can edit your question to update it.