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Remove “bloatware” AppX software from Windows 10

It’s pretty annoying for me to have bloatware on my computer and the embedded Windows 10 applications are for me, bloatware. Why not to remove them? Well it’s not that easy as you need to click a lot. So we

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No right click on desktop after hiding desktop icons in Windows 10 build 10547

Hey folks, Today I finally found a fix for a pesky issue that was annoying me for some weeks, but didn’t had the time to fix it. So, apparently in Windows 10 build 10547 (Windows 10 Enterprise Insider Preview), if

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TeamViewer 10 Beta: blank screen on Windows 10 TechPreview

Add a DWORD with value 1 called DisableDuplicationAPI in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\TeamViewer\ and restart service TeamViewer 10

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Redway 3D Watch demo on a RDP 8.1 session with Windows 2012 R2 and NVIDIA GRID

  I was very impressed that this is possible. I was trying to do a test with NVIDIA GRID in vDGA (passt-hrough) mode on a Windows Server 2012 R2 XenApp 7.5 and a vSphere 5.5 host with a GRID K2

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Error loading /tools.t00 Fatal error: 10 (Out of resources) – Cisco UCS C240 M3 server with ESXi 5.5

Hi guys (and girls), Just wanted to let you know that if you get the error message “Error loading /tools.t00 Fatal error: 10 (Out of resources)” when trying to install VMware’s ESXi 5.5 hypervisor on a Cisco UCS C240 M3

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How to export all members of all groups in a certain OU with PowerShell

This is the script that cost me near 2h of googling on the Internet. What does it do? It exports a list of users with custom given attributes, members of groups in an OU you specify. This script plus some

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How to count how many users a group has, including nested groups

I must admit that i was searching for one hour how to see how many members a given group has, so something like a count of members but also including nested groups. It’s a sweet PowerShell command for you guys

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How to export all members of a group with PowerShell

This is how you can export all members of an Active Directory group, together with some custom attributes like email address, homedirectory, office and check if their account are disabled in AD: Get-QADGroupMember group -SizeLimit 0 | select email,homedirectory,office,AccountIsDisabled,name |

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How to export in CSV all users with special attributes, members of a domain (PowerShell)

Well, this one is really simple: Get-QADUser * -SizeLimit 0 | select name,displayname,email,company,stateorprovince,city,streetaddress,office | Export-Csv C:\temp\ExportUsers.csv You can type Get-QADUser username | select * and all user attributes will be shown on screen. You can insert these attributes in the

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How to install Quest ActiveRoles PowerShell SnapIn

Well, It’s simple. You just use the following link to download: http://www.quest.com/powershell/activeroles-server.aspx This “Plugin” for PowerShell is one hell of a tool for System Administrators. In order to use it, open PowerShell or PowerShell ISE and load it with: Add-PSSnapin

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