The future of old apps with Windows 10

The past is hard to let go of, let’s be honest. In the IT world, there is a lot of truth to some of the old tools are also some of the best. You SCCM (or dare I still say SMS) guys should know this, for those who still use things like ccmclean instead of…

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PS without BS: Creating Random Test Users in Active Directory

This was an interesting ask, and kind of showcases a couple of different techniques. The ask was to create 20 random users in Active Directory for test purposes. So, I grabbed a list of (debateably) a list of the most common male and female first names and the most common surnames. I then randomize these…

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Clean up Group Policy Now! – How and Why

ACT I: Introduction In my mind, one of the things that put Windows over the top in the (cough) post Windows NT4 era was the ability to manage it with this new phenomenon called “Group Policy”. If anyone remembers the days of using logon scripts (some still do), AT commands (anyone remember Kixstart?), SMS, and…

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Troubleshooting Internet Explorer and the CRL mystery

This was an interesting case, and didn’t see much on this when I searched around the public internet, so want to leave a little something in case it helped someone else. The Problem Statement Users on Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 11 or Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 were experiencing no issues going to a…

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