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Mar
28
comment Windows command prompt: how to get the count of all files in current directory?
Have you actually read the accepted answer? It doesn't use temp files and it doesn't use find. It also warns about using find, because it can fail in multiple ways and should thus be avoided.
Mar
27
comment Windows command prompt: how to get the count of all files in current directory?
There's really no reason to use a temp file to hold some output; also, using find is not a good idea. See the accepted answer for details.
Mar
27
comment Hub transport rule with Exchange 2010: working with empty values?
I don't know and I don't have an Exchange server available to test it... but it shouldn't be that difficult to create a text pattern that matches any value and doesn't match an empty attribute.
Mar
27
comment Hub transport rule with Exchange 2010: working with empty values?
See predicates 35 and 36 here: technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd638183(v=exchg.141).aspx.
Mar
27
comment installaling window server 2012 r2 - under partitioning disk option
Yes, the result will be exactly the same.
Mar
27
answered What are all the uses for PTR records / Reverse DNS in the context of web hosting?
Mar
27
answered Hub transport rule with Exchange 2010: working with empty values?
Mar
27
comment printing user of subshell obtaining root via su -
See here: stackoverflow.com/questions/4598001/….
Mar
26
comment Windows command prompt: how to get the count of all files in current directory?
Why post an useless (and flawed) answer to a 6-year-old question with already lots of (good) anwers?
Mar
26
comment installaling window server 2012 r2 - under partitioning disk option
Yes, that partition will always be created; you can only control the size of the "main" partition (and possibly additional partitions), but the system-reserved partition will automatically be created anyway.
Mar
26
comment installaling window server 2012 r2 - under partitioning disk option
That partition will always be created; you can only control the size of the "main" partition (and possibly additional partitions), but the system-reserved partition will automatically be created anyway.
Mar
26
comment installaling window server 2012 r2 - under partitioning disk option
Because by default it's not accessible; it contains OS-reserved files, which you have no need to mess with.
Mar
25
comment Can I turn off the Customer Experience Improvement Programs (CEIP) via command line in Windows
It's much easier to just disable the existing GWX-related tasks, which are responsible for starting it in the first place; you can find them in Task Scheduler -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Setup.
Mar
25
comment Can Windows Update be configured to also update other Microsoft products via Group Policy?
Also, WSUS has been an OS role since Windows Server 2008 R2; there is no need to download and install it anymore.
Mar
25
comment Can Windows Update be configured to also update other Microsoft products via Group Policy?
This is completely unrelated to the question. Of course you can use WSUS to deploy updates for all Microsoft products, but client systems still need to be configured to check for them, otherwise they will only check for OS updates.
Mar
25
answered installaling window server 2012 r2 - under partitioning disk option
Mar
25
answered Can Windows Update be configured to also update other Microsoft products via Group Policy?
Mar
25
answered If my server PDC Emulater is down then how to re up PDC again functioning?
Mar
25
comment If my server PDC Emulater is down then how to re up PDC again functioning?
Please make at least a little effort to explain WTF are you talking about...
Mar
24
comment Gateway Anti-Virus vs Desktop Anti-Virus
@B.Clarke It's not an opinion: it's a fact. Malware can enter a computer in many ways other than the network, and there are various types of traffic which a gateway antivirus can't inspect (basically, anything encrypted).