Tag Archive: Windows Clients

Aug 09 2019

Installing and Configuring MDT with Windows 10 ADK

I was browsing my blog, and during this time I noticed I have a series of articles on how to install and configure MDT so you can successfully deploy your chosen OS in your company, but they are outdated. Don’t get me wrong, they will still work, but a few things have changed since I …

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Apr 12 2019

Blocking Remote Access for Local Accounts by Group Policy

It is all about security now, and no matter how restrictive we configure our firewall rules and filters, we still got the internal users. They are the ones that click in the wrong places and install the wrong software, and when the wrong stuff get’s into our network, it can do a lot of damage.

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Jan 15 2016

How to configure Windows Event Log Forwarding

Even if you have a small environment with a few servers here and there, after a while is becoming more and more difficult and time consuming to read the events on all of them. Purchasing a dedicated software solution just doesn’t cut it because of the budget constraints, but you still have to know what …

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Jan 04 2016

How to enable WinRM (HTTP) via Group Policy

Windows Remote Management or WinRM for short, exist in the Windows world for a long time and until now you probably never had anything to do with it. WinRM is a Microsoft implementation of WS-Management Protocol, that allows hardware and operating systems, from different vendors, to interoperate. If enabled, you can run scripts, install roles and …

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Apr 29 2015

Installing updates on Windows Server 2008/2012/R2 Core

You like server core, I know, I like it to sometimes, especially when there is a domain environment present and you can centralize everything. In a domain environment you can build up a WSUS server in a couple of minutes then use Group Policy to configure the clients to get all the patches from the …

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Apr 23 2015

Migrating WSUS from one Server to another

WSUS is running in your infrastructure for many years, and is doing a pretty good job at patching your clients and your servers, but now has come to a point where you need to migrate it to a new box. This usually happens when the OS is at the end of life support (EOL) or …

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Apr 16 2015

We couldn’t create a new partition or locate an existing one. For more information, see the Setup log files.

I got this message when I was trying to install Windows Server 2012 R2 on a brand new DELL T430 server, so I taught, why not share how I fixed this! I have to mention that ESXi 5.x was running on this box before I tried installing Windows on it. I encountered this before, so …

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Jan 12 2015

Customizing the Default Local User Profile before imaging

Creating a default user profile was easy and fast in Windows 2000 and Windows XP. All you had to do is create a user account, customize it, then click a button and you were done. Starting with Windows Vista everything changed about this. You still have the old and powerful “Copy to” button,

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Dec 15 2014

Add Domain Users to Local Groups using Group Policy Preferences

Until server 2008 came out, every time you wanted to add domain users or groups to computers local groups you had to rely on scripts or use Group Policy Restricted Groups to make the changes. The last one worked great but it failed working when you wanted to modify those local groups on your client …

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Nov 28 2014

Configuring SSTP VPN Client Access on TMG 2010

I don’t wanna call VPN an old technology, because it’s been improved over the years, but I can say it exists for a long time. The majority of the companies out there is still using it. What actually does, it allows users to connect to the company’s network from a remote location (home, airports, hotels …

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