Path to all users desktop and start menu in Windows 7
All users desktop:
All users start menu:
Note: The Desktop folder is hidden, make sure you show hidden files by selecting it under Tools,...
If you want to query an NTP time source without having to set your computer to synchronise with the time source, you can do so using the W32TM command in command prompt.
This post demonstrates how you can use Exchange Powershell to list and export user mailbox size, including deleted items size.
Run the command below to generate a list of all users, what databse their mailbox is stored in, the TotalItemSize, and TotalDeletedItemSize...
You can use this procedure to add the Log on as a service right to an account on your computer.
To open Local Security Policy, click Start, point to Control Panel, point to Administrative Tools, and then double-click Local Security Policy.
In the console tree,...
There are a number of reasons why you may need to find and remove inactive computers from active directory. Test computers and servers that were removed without disconnecting from the domain, or in my case, a computer fleet upgrade. New computers were brought in...
In exchange 2010 SP1, users are not receiveing quota warning messages when they are beyond the Issue Warning threshold.
Microsoft have an article relating to this issue.
Users do not receive quota warning messages after you apply Service Pack 1 for Exchange Server...
Run the following powershell script to grant a user or group full access to a mailbox.
Add-MailboxPermission -Identity '' -User '' -AccessRights 'FullAccess'
In Exchange 2010, when you create a room or resource mailbox, the Resource Policy tab gives you the option to Allow scheduling only during business hours. But what is business hours?
The default business hours is from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. You can check this by...
This is particularly handy if you want to reset your outlook profile, but the security policy on the computer does not allow you to launch the Mail control panel
HKEY_USERS\\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles
You will often find your database log file (.ldf) growing to a very large size, often larger than the databasie file (.mdf) itself.
Log files should shrink after a full backup, but this isnt always the case. Below is a quick command you can run to empty a database...