VMware Hot-Add is an awesome feature – adding CPUs and RAM to a virtual machine without having to power off, however have you ever wondered why it isn’t enabled by default?
Recently I was reviewing our VM templates at work and was wondering if we should turn on CPU Hot-Add and Memory Hot-Add on our templates, therefore making it available for all new VMs.
I did some research, and this is what I found….
Recently I was asked to disable the “Do you want to open this file?” or “Do you want to open or save this file?” prompt in Internet Explorer for all InfoPath Template files (
.xsn). Let me tell you it wasn’t easy to workout the solution, even though the actual solution is pretty easy.
I thought I would create a table with a summary of all the prerequisites required for each Site System Role in Config Manager 2012 (SCCM 2012).
Today I thought I would do a quick write up about something that has been annoying me for ages and a few months ago I finally found the fix!
If you are looking for Trace32 for SCCM 2012 (or now known as Config Mgr 2012) then you will now be looking for
I thought I would share something I did a few months ago and turned out to be pretty useful… a little PowerShell script to get a list of printed documents.
There is a SCCM 2007 Hotfix available for download which will allow you to manage Windows 8 and Server 2012 clients without having to upgrade to Config Mgr 2012.
As of September 2015, I have released version 2 of my PowerShell Script Template, which includes a number of improvements over this version, in particular the use of the new PSLogging PowerShell module that significantly improves the creation and management of log files. This version of the template is no longer supported or maintained, so please upgrade to the new version today!
Version 2 of the template is available here – PowerShell Script Template v2.
Recently I put up an article on how to easily create log files in PowerShell. If you want to read that post, then check out this link – PowerShell: How to easily create log files for your scripts.
Today’s article is the next step in the process of creating awesome PowerShell scripts.