Last week I got my new Surface Pro. At the same time I decided to give up my iPad Air. My plan is to do everything quick on my new iPhone X […]
In one of my previous blog posts PowerShell: Documenting your environment by running systeminfo on all Domain-Computers I have described how to list important system information of all Domain Computers by running systeminfo. […]
Firewalls control traffic. They use technology such as Stateful Inspection to establish a connection to other networks. In this article I describe how to configure the host-based Windows Firewall by using Windows […]
Is Ping a reliable way to check if a computer is available? Opinions differ … This blog post is all about ping and arp. Of course with PowerShell. The upcoming script could […]
As the headline says, there are new features available in December update of Honolulu. Honolulu is a web-based management tool which enables you to administer your infrastructure in a very comfortably way.
In most cases a blue screen is caused by hardware or driver failure. In this article I show how to find out the cause of the blue screen by using the tool […]
In this article I would like to enlight the purpose of temporary IPv6 addresses. By default, automatic IPv6 setup of Link-Local Addresses is activated on each IPv6 enabled device. This makes IPv6 […]
Most of us use https. Almost every communication is secured and encrypted with https. In this article I would like to discuss the HTTPS process in more detail and what role certificates […]
There are many encryption and decryption tools around. PowerShell is a Windows built-in tool and you can use it for cryptography as well. In this blog post I am going to play […]
In this blog post, I am going to to shed some light on the new Windows Server 2016 Microsoft certifications. Much has changed and, following the general trend in education, it seems […]
While reading great news and improvements about the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (1709), it might be useful to find out if the update is already installed or not.