The following PowerShell script finds all of the Active Directory group memberships for users in a target Active Directory Group. All you need to provide is the target Active Directory group, and the script does the rest. Continue reading List all Active Directory Groups for users in an Active Directory group
Earlier this year, I wrote about Remote Desktop not returning to fullscreen after minimization in Windows 7. The solution is to use Control-Alt-Break to bring the remote desktop window to full screen. And life was grand. I noticed some comments that people had Laptops where their keyboard did not have a Break key.
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Recently, I had to pull customer numbers out of strings from an excel sheet. Sure, you can use trickery like spaces to columns or regex. Excel is pretty powerful, if you know all of the text tools at your disposal. This is how I extracted the numbers for random text
I recently had to use back end data from SQL Server to deliver several reports in excel. All of my SQL code gave me results in seconds; however, the users had distinct formatting requests. I would have to use a few excel tricks to get things just right in each report.
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If your PC came with Windows 7, chances are you already have Windows Media Center installed. Some PCs come with a built in TV tuner, or you can get an external TV tuner at a reasonable price at your favorite store. One of the neat things about having a TV tuner on your machine is is having the ability to watch live or recorded TV right on your machine via Windows Media Center. Of course, when you’re working on something else, you’re going to have to cover the TV image. Of course, when you have a multi monitor setup, you … Continue reading Using Windows Media Center on a Dual Screen Setup with Windows 7 x64
I was formatting the several of my machines the other day and I was moving files back and forth. Sure, for MP3s or videos, I use an external USB hard drive. But there are smaller files, such as the Adobe … Continue reading Unshare Folders in Windows 7