Accept No Substitutes, How to Spot Fake Hotmail Log in Pages

Some Hotmail users have recently been confused by fake login pages, like this one: How to spot a fake Hotmail log in page: 1. The real Hotmail sign-n page does NOT host Ads. 2. The URL of the login page MUST be login.live.com and nothing else Please drive awareness so that folks do not get…


Video: How to Deploy BranchCache Server in Hosted Cache Mode

James McIllece has posted two new TN Edge videos demonstrate how to deploy a BranchCache server in hosted cache mode . Part 1, which is six minutes long, demonstrates how to install the BranchCache feature, configure the BranchCache service mode, and create a self-signed certificate using Internet Information Services (IIS). Part 2, which is five…


Protect Your Hotmail Account Now

Hackers, such as the one that posted this YouTube video “How to Hack any Hotmail,” are going after your Hotmail account in increasing numbers. NOTE: You SHOULD NOT click on links on video pages, especially this one, as they often do bad things. In this case, the link downloads malware that attempts to crack your…


The Case of the Pending VM Snapshot Merge

The case of the pending merge. Guest post from reader Jeremy Hagan Recently I had a virtual machine stop responding. Upon investigation I noticed that the machine was paused. This usually happens when the underlying disk has run out of space and it was the case in this instance as well. I thought this was…

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Script to Validate Virtual Switch

Do you need a script to validate that a virtual switch is configured correctly? Using WMI you can get the virtual switches like this: $VSwitches = Get-WMIObject -namespace "root\virtualization" -class "Msvm_VirtualSwitch" You can get the adapters like this: $Adapter = Get-WMIObject Win32_NetworkAdapter | Where {$_.NetconnectionID –eq “name”} You can map adapters to ethernet ports like…


How to Monitor TNWIKI Content

There is a wiki how-to to topic on tools you can combine to help you stay on top of wiki content of interest: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/wiki-how-to-monitor-content.aspx. To example, you can “subscribe” to a wiki topic using email, and when the topic is changed you get an email that looks like this: Now there is an RSS feed…