Monthly Archives: November 2018

Windows DNS Server: Make dynamic entry static

Hi everyone There is a small tip if you ever need to be sure the DNS entry of your server never change, or to be sure they never get scavenged. If you open your DNS MMC, you will see static … Continue reading

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ODBC drivers export / import

Hi everyone In some case you might want to export all ODBC configurations from one server to another’s one. There is a small handy tip with PowerShell to achieve that goal; Export the DNS; Get-OdbcDsn |Export-Clixml dsn.xml On the other … Continue reading

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QuickBook 2019 error on Windows Server 2012 R2..

Hi If someday you have that setup; Customer with QuickBook on their computer The QuickBook server module You might hit a small bug when you share your database. An error code -6000,-83. The file in the share are created, but … Continue reading

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Windows netstat tip

Hi If you debug a lot your Windows computer and you need to issue the netstat -ano command, it’s often hard to see if a services is listening on the correct ports. I find a small tip to quickly find … Continue reading

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Windows Server – Log all Active Directory LDAP query

Hi I wanted to share a small tip if you need to log all LDAP’s query sent to your ADDS’s server. You can easilly find the correct registry to change there: You need to set at 5 the key Field … Continue reading

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Windows Server 2016 RDP DPI settings

Hi Today I will share a small tip for settings the DPI settings on a terminal’s session, especially useful if your customers use shared thin client. On older RDP / TS server, Windows Server 2008 R2 you could apply this … Continue reading

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