This is useful if using remote shell to do things. I used this when I migrated from RemoteUtilities (great software, but I can’t seem to find a cheap host for a Windows OS, MeshCentral only requires a small Linux server) to MeshCentral. I was able to use the remote shell through SentinelOne to do this. SentinelOne is by far the best NextGenAV out there. If remote shell uses CMD we’re going to want to open/start powershell
1. Open a command prompt or PowerShell. (You shouldn’t run as admin since this is based for the specific user). 2. Copy and paste the command below into the command prompt or PowerShell for the .exe file of the WSL distro name (ex: “Debian”) you want to set the default user for, and press Enter. (You can replace root with any user you’d like) [Ubuntu] > ubuntu config --default-user root
I noticed an issue where after updating Windows 10 2004 with KB4557957 some printers were no longer working. BetaNews did a good writeup HERE about the issue. Microsoft released a couple off-schedule patches to fix it. HERE is the BetaNews article about it. In short here are the links for the fix’s with the correct Windows 10 version. Windows 10, version 1909 (KB4567512) Windows 10, version 1903 (KB4567512) Windows 10, version 1809 (KB4567513)
There error comes in many forms one of the forms are “The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed.” If you’re able to log into the machine as a local admin it’s easy, you just do the following. Use a local administrator account to log on to the computer. Select Start, press and hold (or right-click) Computer > Properties. Select Change settings next to the computer name. On the Computer Name tab, select Change.
I just learned that you can remote control terminal sessions. They call it shadowing. I’ve only done it on Windows Server 2012 r2, but was super easy. You just need to open server manager, go to remote desktop services, then collections, then QuickSessionsCollections. Then you’ll see the connections in the upper right hand corner. Once you find the one you want you right click on the session and hit Shadow. By default this will ask the user to allow, if you want to override that and allows allow you can do the following group policy change.
This data has been copied from HERE Please follow the steps below: Turn off the system completely, and turn it back on, you should be able to get back into the OS. 2)Download the following driver and extract it: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/22655/Intel-Chipset-Device-Software-for-HECI or my link here, this may not be the newest intel_chipset_SPS_MEI_NULL_v18.104.22.1683 Open up Device Manager View » Show hidden devices In the main window, expand System devices and look the device written exactly as “Intel(R) Management Engine Interface”
First we are going to become root sudo su Next we are going to join the realm. This should installed everything needed after you run the command below realm join domain.com --user domainadmin Permit all users to log in. realm permit --all Add user group as root nano /etc/sudoers Paste into above file %[email protected] ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL Allow sssd to create user directory nano /etc/pam.d/common-session Paste into above file session optional pam_mkhomedir.
I DO NOT TAKE CREDIT FOR THIS I JUST FOUND IT AND PUT IT ON MY SITE. IT WAS ON A SITE CALLED cowgod.net, BUT THE SITE NO LONGER EXISTS :-( Install Need for Speed Underground and Most Wanted together If you own both Need for Speed Underground and Need for Speed Most Wanted, you’ve inevitably tried to install them together. The first game will install and play flawlessly, however, something strange happens when you run autoplay on the second game.
How I installed KodExplorer. This is running on Debian 8.1. Things might be different on whatever OS/Version you’re running. I am by no means a pro. This is pieced together from everything I’ve learned. You first have to install nginx and php apt install ngnix php5-fpm git if it’s a newer version of debian or ubuntu you might have to run apt install php7-fpm mkdir -p /etc/nginx/ssl/site.com cd /etc/nginx/ssl/site.com Fill out the info the next step asks.