Posts Tagged: Windows

Messing around with bootable USB sticks can sometimes leave the drive with partitions that Windows cannot seem to work with. Like this example, where we have a 43 MB flash drive: Disk Management shows that we definitively have more space, however the option to grow the partition is grayed out, and we cannot delete the… Read Article →

Continuing on from Part 1, today we will setup and configure Windows Server Update Services, or WSUS. For this we will need to use a mix of GUI and PowerShell, as there is not yet full support to do everything in PowerShell alone. As you might have guessed, we first need to install the role…. Read Article →

As I prepare for the 70-411 exam I figured it could be useful to write some guides that touches on the exam objectives. This will mainly be a benefit to myself, as putting together a guide will make sure that I gain a good understanding on all areas of knowledge required. I will use PowerShell as… Read Article →

I have been working on a Active Directory tool that makes it easier to work with users from another AD Forest. My main goal was to improve upon the horrible search function in dsa.msc by allowing free text search in real time (WinAmp “jump” style is the best example I can think of). I also… Read Article →