I'm not sure how hard you've actually looked, but it's there. Control Panel | Uninstall a Program. It's been the same from 2008 through 2012 R2 (which is where the following screen captures are from.
This is a fresh 2012 R2 VM that I happen to be provisioning at the time that you asked this, so the list above is empty, but when you install third-party ...
What you are seeing is likely to be an effect of Session 0 isolation - psexec installs and starts a new service on the remote machine, but the default session it is starting your process in is 0, and thus unavailable to the currently logged on user (at least on from Windows Vista / Server 2008). You need to specify the session number after the -i parameter. ...
You may look at Curl. Quoted from Curl Website.
curl is a tool to transfer data from
or to a server, using one of the
supported protocols (DICT, FILE, FTP,
FTPS, GOPHER, HTTP, HTTPS, IMAP,
IMAPS, LDAP, LDAPS, POP3, POP3S, RTMP,
RTSP, SCP, SFTP, SMTP, SMTPS, TELNET
and TFTP). The command is designed to
work without user interaction.
Once you become an 'advanced' sysadmin, books generally no longer cover the sorts of problems you encounter. Books are great to use as references, but once you can call yourself 'advanced' you will not be looking up reference books very often.
Personally speaking (as someone who works as a sysadmin, is not 'advanced' but nonetheless has no books on the ...
On basically any recent version of windows, if there is a GUI, you can do windows+R and run appwiz.cpl. This will get you the GUI uninstall window.
If I recall, you can get to this using server manager too, on the core server installs.
Remember also that what this menu does is simply run the cached copy of the MSI, so generally if you run the MSI again ...
You may find the following links helpful:
http://tldp.org/guides.html THE Linux documentation project - everything!
http://linuxmanpages.com/ Online Linux man pages
http://linuxselfhelp.com/ Linux Help Site
Do you can with new Squid 3.3 that support the command "request_header_add".
I used CentOS for do it.
My Squid.conf is:
acl CONNECT method CONNECT
acl local src 192.168.0.0/24
http_access allow local
ssl_bump client-first all
always_direct allow all
http_port 3128 ssl_bump generate-host-certificates=on ...
The issue is that you cannot have a CNAME record for a domain that has other record types. It's for this reason that you should never have a CNAME record for your root domain (mydomain.com).
It seems like you have the right answers:
Keep the MX record for mydomain.com pointed at Google.
CNAME alias your www record to mydomain.cloudapp.net.
Create a ...
This is implemented in OpenSSH 6.2:
sshd(8): Added a sshd_config(5) option AuthorizedKeysCommand to
support fetching authorized_keys from a command in addition to (or
instead of) from the filesystem. The command is run under an account
specified by an AuthorizedKeysCommandUser sshd_config(5) option.
As per the Squid FAQ:
Header modification via Squid ACLs is limited to
deleting a header or replacing a matching header with a constant
In other words, you won't be able to add arbitrary request headers simply by using Squid ACLs. The Squid ACLs limit you to deleting existing headers or replacing existing headers, but ...
There's wait command in the bash to wait for termination of first application and then kill second app.
Since waits are inserted automatically after commands not ending with &, the right order may save you from going into manual wait trouble:
B # waits
kill $! # then kills A
The MX records are handed out by your domain's authoritative name servers. So if your VPS goes down, literally nothing happens unless your VPS is your only nameserver. If that's the case, you want to setup a "secondary" nameserver and add another NS record to your domain's zone file to advertise it. If you have two nameservers and one goes down, your email ...
Yes, it's called Process Monitor from SysInternals (now part of MS), and it's a godsend.
Also, get your management to buy off on this idea, and make your devs/QA test this crap as regular users on test systems, so that they're not making you do more work to fix their mistakes.
You can use a combination of ps and kill to stop the particular process.
You would first do ps -aux | grep minecraft to get the process number - which is the second field, first number.
Then you can issue kill $PID to send SIGTERM to the process and have it gracefully shutdown.
You could also send the files out as an Application (script install deployment) with the main Ultra VNC app as a dependency.
In fact you can set them both up in the same "Application", we do something similar to deploy Foxit Reader's install along with some extra files (the XML files for Foxit MUIs in our case).
Just set the script that deploys the ...
Good programs that are designed to be deployed by GPO will come with instructions for configuring them - either by customizing the MSI file, including a settings file, or with group policy templates. Some like Adobe products come with a tool that lets you customize almost every setting and then generate a transform file that you deploy along with the MSI. ...
App-V virtualizes the application. Use App-V when the application you want to use runs on your host OS, but doesn’t interact well with other applications on your host OS.
MED-V uses a virtual machine to host your application. Use MED-V when the application you want to deploy does not run on your host OS.
There are a lot of questions in this...question.
"Roles and Features" exists to install roles and features that are part of the base Windows Server OS rather than having everything pre-installed for you. It's not meant for 3rd party or open source software.
Installing 3rd party and open source software is perfectly fine even if it replaces a feature ...
This sounds like something you have developed yourself, if you already have an external monitoring service adding and external URL to post/get would work, but sounds like a bit of a janky solution.
You can also spin off another process on the same server and do something similarr. Since the log generation halts and if it writes to a log on a certain period,...
Edit: Just noticed someone else posted about Curl.
You can also use lynx, links or w3m. They are browsers but can download files if you don't need anything complex and may get you out of trouble if you don't have anything else available.