Use Powershell to lookup your PDC | 1337 Admin

Use Powershell to lookup your PDC

Using Powershell to look up the PDC Did you know that you can Use Powershell to lookup your PDC? If you have ever needed to look up your primary domain controller (PDC) this can sometimes be a daunting task especially in a large enterprise environment. Luckily you can open PowerShell and run a single command […]

Use Powershell to lookup your PDC | 1337 Admin

Install Dell OpenManage 7.4 on RHEL / OEL 6.5

Install Dell OpenManage 7.4 on RHEL / OEL 6.5 Many Windows Admins that don’t venture into the NIX world of things may be uncomfortable with working on a Linux box, but this short tutorial will simplify the installation process of Install Dell OpenManage 7.4 on RHEL OEL 6.5 which will help simplify remote monitoring across your network. […]

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Installing pgadmin on RHEL 7

Installing pgadmin on RHEL 7 Installing pgadmin on RHEL 7 is quite a strait forward process especially if you are comfortable at a bash prompt. To install pgadmin on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 simply run the following: vi /etc/yum/pluginconf.d/rhnplugin.conf Add the following line to the bottom: exclude=postgresql* Run: yum install pgadmin3* –skip-broken This will use […]

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Get Dell Service Tag from RHEL or Ubuntu CLI

Get Dell Service Tag from RHEL or Ubuntu CLI Getting your Dell Service Tag from a RHEL or Ubuntu from the CLI is surprisingly easy to do. If you’ve ever needed to get Dell service tag from RHEL or Ubuntu CLI server that you can only SSH into here’s an easy way to do that. The dmidecode […]

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Adding reboot to Webmin on Linux

Adding reboot to Webmin on Linux If you already have Webmin installed on a Linux server you can easily add the ability to reboot the server for any user or group. Below is a tutorial so simple you can just follow the yellow click road and adding reboot to Webmin on Linux will be done […]