Sometimes we run into problems caused by unsynchronized local date & time values. In this post we will see how to evaluate the difference between our computer an a public NTP server. Continue reading “Check the accuracy of your system clock”
If you need to find the Domain Controller with PDC role, you can use the Domain DNS Server to do it fast and clean.
You just need to know the domain name. Continue reading “Find the Domain Controller with the PDC role using DNS”
If you need to force your system to query DNS Server for a domain instead of using a local DNS cache, you have to flush DNS local cache. Continue reading “Flush DNS local Cache”
This file is used to associate names with IP addresses.
Usually we use DNS Server as a name service, but sometimes we want to associate a custom name to a concrete IP address. Continue reading “Modifying Hosts file in Windows”
In this post, we are going to see how to open a command prompt as Administrator, in this case in Windows 2012, but it should be the same in most of the cases. Continue reading “Opening an elevated command prompt”
We will split this post in two parts.
In the first one, we will talk about the so called “God Mode”. We will configure the access to a pretty handy view, with lots of help and admin links. It will be useful for users and admins. Continue reading “Activating Total Administrator on Windows”