A few days ago, we had mysterious issues with one of our Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 machines. The problem was noticed, because an information popped up in the system tray, of other terminal servers, that the Remote Desktop Licensing Service is not available on the network. The source server of the problem was found... Continue Reading →
I always recommend colleagues to read and watch the thread on sysadminslive.com about the Facebook IT Mangement and Operations strategy. Because the using good tools and ideas to observe there system. Take a look at yourself: http://www.sysadminslife.com/linux/facebook-ein-blick-hinter-die-kulissen-und-in-das-komplexe-system
Discovered via Daniel Melanchton's Technet Blog This is really a nice Tool to find existing Group Policies easily. The Group Policy Search Thank's Daniel for that helpful information.
A long time ago, but now it's here! everyone knows it's very annoing if you have to login to multiple websites during work days. It would be much easier to have a tool tool, what helps us to automate the login process to websites like Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Onlinebanking, etc.., where i am registered to.... Continue Reading →
I wrote a small tool, what receives the uptime of an running process. Simply choose a PID of a process and enter it into the tool. This is possible trough input box or over a commandline call. Download: Process Uptime V0.0.0.2
The "Debug Chooser" is a tool primary developed to have multiple debugger applications/options in the taskmanager available. What else can i told you about this tool. All options are configured trough an INI file, you can configure an application timeout, wich ends the debug chooser after a time period and launches the selected application. Its... Continue Reading →
I know there are a lot of tools on the web for setting a default printer depending on different cases. But for me they were all to complex a little bit. I want it more easier and wrote my own SetDefaultPrinter tool wich tries to set a default printer, depending on a username or a... Continue Reading →
Because i have a lot to do with cisco network environments, i searched for a tool, wich i can use, to backup a amount of cisco network devices quick and easy through TFTP. But i didn't find any good tool, wich provides this feature. After a lot of research work, i deceided to write my... Continue Reading →