If you are running a full Remote Desktop session to only run one application, you are wasting resources and time! In this article, we will make a connection to single-programs that look as though they’re running locally on our workstation! Remote Desktop vs RemoteApp Remote Desktop Protocol is the technology Windows Servers (and workstations) use… Read More »
I got disappointed after searching high and low on Google for how to use Group Policy in order to set a default printer. Almost every article I read assumed the reader had a print server available, or would deploy a local printer connection right from the Group Policy Management Console. Finally, I found the solution!
In a previous post, I talked about why I couldn’t access any file shares, or connect remotely to some systems. The issue was caused by services, protocols and clients missing from the network adapters. Now that the issue had been identified, I had two choices: manually touch every machine, using the mouse for most of… Read More »
Troubleshooting the ADMIN$ or IPC$ shares can be a painful ordeal for some.
Recently, I’ve been seeing posts about the new Skylake-based Intel processors that Dell is using in their Precision, Optiplex and Latitude lines of products. It makes the system fast, even without using much power, but it causes an issue if a SysAdmin needs to install Windows 7 from their installation media – most notably, the… Read More »
For administrators without a WSUS server, you need this script.