I thought I would write an article on how to install and configure Sublime Text (currently using v3) as per how I like it. This post is more a reference guide for myself, so that I don’t forget how to do it in the future. If it helps you too – then awesome!
To completely disabled IPv6 on a machine you need to disable it from the Network Adapter and then also from the registry. To do this follow these steps:
I am currently in the process of building a new home test lab, and wanted to be able to access the internet from within my test lab domain. The best way to do this is to add my ISP DNS servers as DNS forwards on my domain DNS server. To do this, follow the details below
This is a quick article on how to send an email with PowerShell. The way I have done this is that I have created a Send-Email PowerShell function which can then be added to your function library and dot sourced in your PowerShell scripts.
Alternatively you could just copy paste this function directly into your script and call it from there. Either way, it is simple and it works. Plus you can send both plain-text and HTML emails. So here it is…
Most of the time when searching for a user in AD you are going to be finding them by their username, however what happens if you don’t have their username and you still want to find them?
This script allows you to search for AD users based on their Full Name even when you don’t know their username.
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.
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!
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.