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Author: Edward van Biljon

In any operating system, you may want to uninstall or remove a device like a network card for example that may be causing issues. Launching Device Manager does not show the device and as an example you cannot rename you network card because it says the device already exists. You can run the command below […]

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With PowerShell you can pretty much do anything. In this article we disabled Netbios using a registry key, however you can do the same using WMI and PowerShell as well as removing the tick box for Lmhosts on a Network Card. To do this, you can run the following set of commands: $NICS = Get-WmiObject […]

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Here is a quick tip on firstly how to check which domain controller the FSMO roles are situated on and secondly, moving the FSMO roles with one command. To determine which server/s are holding the the FSMO roles, you can run the command below: netdom query fsmo This will output the following: Schema Master Domain […]

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Quick tip for the day. Ever wanted to remove an alias from a Distribution Group and wondered how to do this with the Exchange Management Shell (EMS). It is pretty simple, you run the following command below: Set-distributiongroup GroupEmailAddress –EmailAddresses @{remove=’AliasAddress’} Replace the “GroupEmailAddress” with the Primary SMTP address and then the AliasAddress is the […]

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