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What does the yellow arrow mean on Windows DHCP Server
When you log in to the DHCP server console on windows server, you see there is a yellow arrow on the DHCP Scope/IPv4. So, what...
Showing Disk Performance information on Task Manager
Since Windows Server 2012R2, the disk performance information on task manager was disabled because of performance impact on collecting disk metrics on the server. You...
One liner command to get VM list detail on Hyper-V Cluster
In this post, I will share a command to get the VM list detail that includes VM Name, CPU Count, IP Addresses, VLAN ID,...
Expand three dots (Elipsis) on PowerShell Result Console
Sometimes when you receive the result from PowerShell command, there are three dots (Elipsis) "..." that truncate the result. In this article, I will...
How to check AD Schema Version using PowerShell Command
In this article, I will show you how to check the AD Schema Version using Powershell Command. First, you need to log into your Active...
Why you should become microsoft Azure Certified
For anyone who looking the answer, Thomas Maurer has posted a great article on his blog. You can follow this link https://www.thomasmaurer.ch/2019/08/why-you-should-become-microsoft-azure-certified/ to get...
Change Guest VM IP from Hyper-V Host
Since Windows Server 2012, Microsoft introduces the ability to change or inject IP configuration of Guest VM from its HyperV host. This feature is...
Enable DHCP Server Logging on Windows Server 2019
Problem Sometimes, You want to enable DHCP Server logging to monitor the DHCP server to track down the issue you have. Solution Using PowerShell Command You can enable...