Outlook 2010+: change location of OST file

In this tutorial, I will explain how to change the location of the OST file and more specifically to put it on a network share. Outlook is installed on an RDS farm and email accounts are in “online” mode. Therefore there is no data file on the server. Users complain of repeated slowness and crashes. …

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Rename an Active Directory domain

The following procedure shows you how to rename an Active Directory domain. 1. Open a command window in “administrator” mode and enter the following command which will generate a Domainlist.xml file : 2. Edit the xml file, changing your old domain to the new one: In the file, I modified rdr-it.intra to rdr-it.com. 3. Enter …

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GLPI: Collector – Automatic ticket creation

The collectors in GLPI allow the creation of tickets automatically in the assistance part by sending an e-mail. A user sends an email to [email protected] GLPI will use the automatic tasks to retrieve the email in the box and create a ticket in the helpdesk. Prerequisites Have the PHP IMAP extension enabled. Have configured the …

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WordPress: install a theme

In this tutorial, I will explain how to install a theme on the WordPress CMS. Before starting, the “technical” explanations, I will explain to you what a theme if you are new to WordPress. In general, a WordPress theme will define the visual / design of a site. There are thousands (free or paid) that …

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Export / Import a scheduled task

In this tutorial, I will tell you how to export and import a scheduled task. This tutorial applies to both Windows Server and the Desktop version (Windows 10). To illustrate this tutorial, I will export a scheduled task that runs a PowerShell script that allows restarting a computer. The scheduled task runs the ps-restartcomputer.ps1 script …

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Manage the DNS cache on Windows Server

In this “tutorial”, I will give you some PowerShell cmdlets to manage your DNS server cache on Windows Server. To be more precise, we will see 4 cmdlet PowerShell * -DnsServerCache cmdlets. Show-DnsServerCache The first command displays the DNS cache: The output of the command gives all DNS records cached on the server. In console …

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Windows 10 : use the native SSH client

On Windows 10, there is a native SSH client that can be used in a command prompt, PowerShell prompt, or Terminal. At the end of this tutorial, you will no longer need Putty if you are using it exclusively for logging in via SSH. Check if the client is installed The easiest way to check …

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