Or: How IT rack cabling should be done...:
Using ADUC, it can be quite a hassle to find and/or unlock AD accounts. Powershell solves this by providing some neat commands for a system administrator to use.
To list all locked out AD accounts:
To get more info about these accounts, you can do a Full-List:
Search-ADAccount -LockedOut | FL
Furthermore, you can pipe the output to quickly unlock some/all AD accounts:
Search-ADAccount -LockedOut | Unlock-ADAccount
A very good guide on how to configure your Aerohive wireless network to use RADIUS authentication to authenticate users against a Windows Active Directory, and setting network access (VLAN) based on their group membership:
Use it as follows:
psexec -i -s cmd.exe
The command above would run a command prompt as the SYSTEM account. You can replace cmd.exe with something else, although from a command prompt, you can basically run anything else, all as the SYSTEM account.
When running an app, you may encounter the following error:
When attempting to reinstall the app, the error persists.
To resolve, try running the following command from a terminal:
sudo xattr -rc /Applications/Application.app
Replace Application.app with the full path of the application that has the problem.
I had this problem when installing Wineskin Winery on a Mac OS X 10.8.5. A freshly downloaded copy immediately gave the error but after adjusting the attributes on the app, it worked properly.
If you lost your group password from the Cisco IPSEC VPN but still have the PCF file, you can use this website to decrypt the encrypted password, located in the file. This is useful if you need to manually configure your VPN client (e.g. on a Mac, you cannot import a PCF file with the native VPN client).
To get the encrypted password, open the PCF file with a text editor (such as Notepad), then look for the line starting with enc_GroupPwd=. Copy everything after the = (if you have wordwrap on, make sure you got the entire line), and paste it in the text box on the website, then click the Decode button.
For fresh installations of Windows 10, you can download and use the Windows 10 Media Creator. If it is not an upgrade, you'll need a valid product key.
There's only one version, capable of creating both 32-bit and 64-bit images and in all languages.
Found this page very useful when I had to compile some stuff for a Geode LX:
Note: this original post was from May 2007 but someone pointed out to me that the link no longer worked, in an attempt to sell me some web hosting... So... Thanks, but I'm sticking with my current hosting company.
Found this very handy WEP key convertor online (HEX to ASCII and back):