Dell H200 RAID controller Speed Hack

Dell H200 RAID controller Speed Hack  FIRST AND FOREMOST ONLY DO AT YOUR OWN RISK AND UNDERSTAND THE RISK TRADE-OFF The Dell H200 does not have a built in battery so for the sake of safety it is crippled by the firmware from the factory so that if you lose power during a write to […]

Compacting virtual disks on Generation 2 Linux Hyper-V 2012 R2 VM’s

Compacting virtual disks on Generation 2 Linux Hyper-V 2012 R2 VM’s I had a very interesting battle with  Gen 2 RHEL/CentOS/OracleLinux 7.x VM’s vhdx files not compacting. Below are a couple of things that made this more difficult than expected: Hypervisor: Hyper-V 2012 R2 Generation of VM: Generation 2 Boot loader: UEFI without secure boot […]

Backup Outlook 2016 settings script

Backup Outlook 2016 settings script Ever have Outlook 2016 perfectly configured and setup and then have something go wrong and either have to uninstall and reinstall and do everything all over again? Or say your hard drive died and you have to reinstall everything. So I’m thinking, theres got to be a way to backup […]

Verifying remote VPN users are authenticating with the domain

Verifying remote VPN users are authenticating with the domain One daunting task is Verifying remote VPN users are authenticating with the domain. Since you can only set a maximum of 50 cached logons via group policy (GPO) you may want to proactively monitor your user logons to prevent possible future headaches for both you and your users. […]

configuring VNC server the easy way in Linux

Configuring VNC server the easy way in Linux Configuring VNC Server in Linux can be problematic at times. The goal of this article is to show a couple of things to check as well as other helpful links when troubleshooting, and truly configuring VNC server the easy way in Linux If this article has helped you […]