Sweet candelabra of La Habra, LaBarbara!

PS Joshua:\> Get-HermesQuote
Sacred hog of Prague!
PS Joshua:\> Get-HermesQuote
Sweet gorilla of Manila!
PS Joshua:\> Get-HermesQuote
Sweet lamprey of Santa Fe!
PS Joshua:\> Get-HermesQuote
Sweet bongo of the Congo!
PS Joshua:\> Get-HermesQuote
Sweet dodo of Lesotho!
PS Joshua:\> Get-HermesQuote
Sweet kookaburra of Edinburgh!
PS Joshua:\> Get-HermesQuote
Sweet bongo of the Congo!
PS Joshua:\> Get-HermesQuote
Sweet lamprey of Santa Fe!

Continue reading “Sweet candelabra of La Habra, LaBarbara!”

Does my server need Internet Explorer?

Do I need internet explorer on my server?
A: No, there should be no need to have IE on a server unless you are using an application that specifically requires an IE component or you are using IIS and need to get to localhost to log in. (I have seen companies say that IE is required so they could render a “everything is ok” website from localhost, we can get around this by simply usingĀ Invoke-WebRequest … but I digress.)
Continue reading “Does my server need Internet Explorer?”

Is your DFS structure up to date?


Distributed File System is a technology that has been around since the days of NT 4.0 so as you can imagine entropy can run wild in a DFS structure. It is paramount to remove old targers to servers gone the way of the zune player: We have all heard the phrase “My computer is slow” and depending on the end users clout in the company and your position in the company, the ticket for the slow computer may end up on your desk.
Continue reading “Is your DFS structure up to date?”