Monthly Archive: December 2013

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Part III – Deploy Windows 8.1

Part III – Build Windows 8.1 Group Policy Objects
Welcome to Part III in our Deploy Windows 8.1 blog post series. Up until now, we’ve built an image, fixed it so we can connect our...

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DNS record keeps changing

DNS Record keeps changing for a specific member server. Also, when trying to manually register the dns entry using the ipconfig /registerdns command/switch, I receive the error Windows IP Configuration Registration of DNS records failed:...

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Encrypt Email using Gpg4win

Part II of our Gpg4win discussion continues with how we encrypt email using Gpg4win. Since we already covered all the basics in Part I – Encrypt Files using Gpg4win, let’s get started.
Open your email...

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Encrypt files using Gpg4win

It’s easy to encrypt files using Gpg4win. It continues to amaze me how much free, quality software applications are available on the Internet. I’ve blogged about free software a couple of years ago and...

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How to AutoSave Word documents

It has been a while since I posted a short simple How-To for non-computer literate folks like my kids. One of the most basic things anyone should always do is to set or at...

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Part II – Deploy Windows 8.1

Part II – Using KMS to activate Windows 8.1 clients
Welcome to Part II in our Deploy Windows 8.1 blog post series. So far we have run into a few problems creating and joining our...

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Part I – Deploy Windows 8.1

Part I – Building a Windows 8.1 Image
Part I of our Deploy Windows 8.1 series consists of building a W8.1 image on a computer. It doesn’t matter what the device is. For this example,...

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Deploy Windows 8.1 in your corporation

Now that Microsoft has announced the long awaited successor to the much maligned Windows 8, are you preparing your corporation for Windows 8.1? I’ll admit, I don’t believe there will be a mad rush to...