Outlook 2016's Funky Portrait Orientation
Outlook has a portrait orientation that causes emails to be opened with a single click, and it is a severe (ok, minor, but still) annoyance when using the window snap feature on a desktop.
Changing NTFS Security Permissions using PowerShell
Changing NTFS permissions with powershell saves a lot of time when you need to make changes to a large group of files or when it is required as part of a larger automation project. This article should help you understand everything you need to know to manipulate security permissions with PowerShell.
Troubleshoot Active Directory Account Lockouts
When a user account is repeatedly locked out how do you find the cause? What server are the attempts coming from and why? In this post I will explain how to find the source of failed logon attempts and provide a checklist of solutions.
The Best CMD Shell, PowerShell, and SSH Client for Windows
When you maintain infrastructure from a Windows machine you need a great SSH client. I've used many of the best clients and have found wht I would call the best SSH client workflow on Windows - ConEmu/cmder. Click to find out why