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Does anyone know of a way (other than psexec) to add a user to the local administrators group of a remote machine? I'm having trouble figuring out the syntax for wmic.
asked Sep 9 '11 by goodguys_activate
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uninstall directories within the \Windows directories. Considering that we have 100's of windows servers, this scattering of patches is consuming at significant amount of space on our SAN (these windows … . Don’t set your Virtual Memory pagefile.sys on C drive.(System Properties\Performance settings\Advanced\change Virtual memory) Clear temp files (C:\windows\temp and C:\Users\%Username …
asked Sep 29 '10 by goodguys_activate
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Can someone explain when and how often each of the Windows RPC ports are used? The "core" ones I understand are: Port 135 Port 137 Port 139 Higher ports that are published by Port 135's "catalog … " Then I heard that Port 145 came into the mix to "make things better" with NBT/TCP but I'm not sure how this fits in with the sequence of a Windows client initiating an RPC action. Can anyone help me fix my understanding of RPC ports once and for all? …
asked May 29 '12 by goodguys_activate
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I suspect that the process of building the CRL cache may cause latency in some applications. We have several .NET applications that occasionally "act slow" with no CPU or disk access. I suspect that …
asked Jun 2 '12 by goodguys_activate
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One way to get more information on this is to enable the CAPI2 eventlog Open Eventvwr -> Application and Services Logs -> Microsoft -> Windows -> CAPI2 -> Operational -> Right click Enable Log … The information that appears in the event log will assist in determining where the certificate validation process is taking a long period of time. To Enable Logging wevtutil.exe sl Microsoft-Windows
answered Jun 2 '12 by goodguys_activate
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I have a server at Rackspace and noticed my server is suddenly sending out 2GB of data per month (this is atypical since I don't use it that much) How can I figure out what application is using that …
asked May 27 '12 by goodguys_activate
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I have two Windows 2008 forests in Win2003 mode and I need to set up a one way trust between them. The validation button in Domains And Trusts works in one forest but not in the other. I think this …
asked Mar 29 '12 by goodguys_activate
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I'm trying to clear SSL state data for a normal TLS session (no client certs are involved) for Outlook when connecting to a SSL based CAS server. How do I clear the SSL state of SChannel? Does the …
asked Aug 7 '13 by goodguys_activate
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I am working on a MSFT lab for Direct Access, and need to create a Web certificate. The instructions ask be to do the following: On EDGE1, click Start, type mmc, and then press ENTER. Click Ye …
asked Apr 2 '12 by goodguys_activate
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How can I reset the administrator password for a Windows 2008 R2 DC? It appears that none of the Domain Admin passwords/accounts are valid for this given DC, and there are several machines …
asked Jul 7 '11 by goodguys_activate
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I'd like to browse and edit WinRM configuration settings but struggle with winrm.exe. Is there an alternative app, a command line switch, XML file, registry setting (etc) that I should investigate?
asked Feb 12 '12 by goodguys_activate
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I have a few servers that were configured without HP Intelligent Provisioning, possibly because the datacenter was without Internet access at the time. Is is possible to reliably, and consistently ge …
asked Mar 12 '15 by goodguys_activate
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I'm using EnumNetworkDrives to list out all the drives on a machine. I'd like to determine which object in the collection is drive "X" What object is returned in EnumNetworkDrives that has a proper …
asked Apr 16 '12 by goodguys_activate
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was able to get c.company.com to resolve at the NS for company.com if I created a stub zone (a Windows 2003 feature) for c.company.com. I had to do this for each stand alone secondary. My intent is …
asked Aug 9 '12 by goodguys_activate
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2) Put everything on the C:\ drive and risk the drive filling up due to application logs. What did they do? Considering that Windows 2008R2 can dynamically expand the host OS's C:\ drive, and …
answered Feb 14 '12 by goodguys_activate

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