Windows | Start powershell direct in the Command Prompt

I think some people already know but it could be useful to know. How to start powershell when you already opened a command line prompt Run a command prompt in adminsitrative mode To activate powershell. You need to enter the command: Powershell if you type the command: get-help get (You will get all the powershell … Continue reading Windows | Start powershell direct in the Command Prompt

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Apple iTunes | Old classic look back

Everyone who has Apple ITunes installed (The latest version 11.x) who recognize the following layout.The new look and you have to search for you settings.. To change this settings you have to do the following steps. Go to View > Show Sidebar ( side note: under Windows you can find this in the same location … Continue reading Apple iTunes | Old classic look back

Scriptlogic | Disabling Proxy on log off settings ( Windows XP/Vista/7/2008/R2 )

I've seen in the past that I see that it's quiet difficult to find the correct settings for log off a proxy in Scriptlogic. I've found the best settings which worked for this issue to solve. To solve this issue you've to go to the registry settings in Scriptlogic. There you've to create a new … Continue reading Scriptlogic | Disabling Proxy on log off settings ( Windows XP/Vista/7/2008/R2 )

Scriptlogic Desktop Authority Client Issues after upgrade ( no scripts are loaded )

Today I experienced an issue after an update of Scriptlogic Desktop Authority to a new version. Clients don’t get any drive mappings and other configured settings of Desktop Authority. The problem is that the Client uses the old Computer Agent of Scriptlogic Desktop Authority. To figure it out which version could be a problem, you’ve … Continue reading Scriptlogic Desktop Authority Client Issues after upgrade ( no scripts are loaded )

Removing Windows 7 or 2008 server Service pack 1 backup files via command line

How to remove the backup files of Windows 7 or Windows 2008 server R2 Service Pack 1 via the command line. First you have to open a Command prompt with Administrative privileges. You have to type "DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /SPSuperseded" press "Enter" You will see the following output when it's finished. You can run defragmentation … Continue reading Removing Windows 7 or 2008 server Service pack 1 backup files via command line