Today I ran into a problem while repairing a computer that had a partially cleaned up virus. I completed the cleanup that my client attempted, ran all my antivirus tools, and thought I had everything working. That is, until I noticed the little red shield for Windows Security Center. It […]
Had a fun time today cleaning off some trojans and rootkits. Â On this one client system, while trying to go online, the Internet Â turned into the Inertnet! (Hahahha! I love that one!) Â As usual, I have lots of ideas why, but no real evidence and clients saying â€œI donâ€™t know […]
So I never took the time to look these up, but I just heard about them recently. I always wanted to know how to create a new folder in Windows Explorer without having to use menuâ€™s, by just using a keyboard shortcut. In the right side of the Explorer window, […]
Go to C:\windows\pchealth\helpctr\binaries. helpsvc.exe /regserver /svchost netsvcs /rainstall Run that. Now we have Help and Support available again.
This is just another one of those things that didn’t make any sense and only partially does now. At least NOW I know there is more at play here than the simple solutions in Samba using create mask and create directory mask. In Linux, that’s how I would get around […]
When you run mstsc.exe, the Remote Desktop Connection client to connect to a virtual machine VRDP or other RDP connections, it’s not exactly clear how to enter the CTL+ALT+DEL keystroke to login. Do this: CTL+ALT+END :)
Man, I haven’t posted in ages! Well, here’s something I want to remember for later. Force a computer to logoff at a particular time, but still allow logons later. Using Active Directory, I think, will force a logon schedule and dissallow users from logon if not within scheduled times. On […]