cleanup small corner 1Master Class - CleanUp Your Computer! - Read My Article Here!

Well, you know a patch/fix is forthcoming. When is the question? This sounds VERY nasty.

This is a terrific PowerShell script (utility) to force users to log off RDP Sessions. This is more for the larger computer install base but I can't see a reason an SMB couldn't use it also. 

Just in case you were wondering what "switches" you can pass along to an RDP session, here is a printout. 

I had a buddy of mine ask me this question and I sent him this link. It's a terrific way to use Task Manager and a GPO(s) to force an unattended (or even attended) machine to log off automatically or, force a user to log off at the end of the work day.

This is one of those problems you come across as a Windows Admin from time to time and have to fix. This is a terrific article for those who need a step-by-step on how to fix this issue in Windows 10.

After what I had to deal with when the Anniversary Edition came out, I think I'll wait on this one for a bit. Here's how to delay the "Creators Update" for up to four months (and longer if you use the REGHACK they show you).

Oh boy...this is getting bookmarked and added to the old One Note.

So, my boss (who is at least as big a geek as I am) sent me this link this AM. We are looking at bringing in an automation scripting package installer to take advantage of a few different areas our current patching system cannot.

If you are thinking or even have plans to go to Office 365 then this tool might come in VERY handy.

Come and get it (if you want it that is).

Ya know, I was just as curious as I'm sure you all are. What DOES happen? Let's find out.

So, this article is for the Windows Admin and Virtualization folks. It has nothing to do with you as an end-user. No program to download. Nothing to tweak.

Basically, no patches at all except for some Adobe and Office stuff. Incredible! Right?

Like a lot of you out there, I run into this all the time (yesterday as a matter of fact) especially when it comes to redundancy of SQL DB's. I know I put "three part series" but only two are out right now. I'm looking forward to the third. Very good info here especially for those who manage storage and replication.