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Introduction Hello everyone! After being away for a break, the newsletter is finally back with some minor updates. I hope you all have had a great start to the year and, like me, are excited for what’s in store for 2022. One highlight of the week is that Johan Arwidmark has released...
Introduction Upgrading TPM from 1.2 to 2.0 has been a recommendation for the past few years, but apart from increased security, there hasn't been a practical reason why you would need to update. But on Friday, June 25th, 2021, everything changed when Microsoft announced Windows 11 and the requirement of TPM...
Domain join permissions in Active Directory
In this blog post, I cover which minimum permissions are required for a user to join a computer to an AD domain and use delegation of control.
This blog post explains the Resultant Set of Policies (RSOP), how it can be run locally or remotely, and how to export RSOP results.
In this blog post, I explain how to run an elevated Powershell window to run scripts requiring the system's highest privileges.
Introduction Server Core was introduced in Windows Server 2008 but was confusing to many administrators. This was mainly because that you, as an administrator, were restricted to a command line and needed to know the commands for doing your tasks. One of the main problems with it was that if...
This blog post covers what evergreen IT means and its relation to current demands for applications, operating systems, and infrastructure.
Browse UNC path using Powershell
Introduction Traditionally, mapping a shared folder on a network drive on a remote computer has been carried out on the local computer through the Windows File Explorer or the net use command in the CMD. In this blog post, I explain how! What are PSDrives? In Powershell, you can use PSDrives to create...
In this blog post, I explain how to use the HP setup utility HP BIOS Configuration Utility with SCCM to configure HP BIOS settings in an enterprise environment.
Add Legacy Adapter Step 1
In this blog post, I cover how to start PXE over IPv4 using a Hyper-V virtual machine.