Change your network type in Windows using PowerShell

Change Network location using powershell in Windows

Change Network location using powershell in Windows How to Change Network location using powershell in Windows 8/8.1 and Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2. First open Powershell as Administrator then run: Get-NetConnectionProfile  Then run: Set-NetConnectionProfile -InterfaceIndex 15 -NetworkCategory Private The InterfaceIndex is selecting the specific network adapter and the available options for the –NetworkCategory parameter […]

Set Domain controller to use external NTP time source

Setup your PDC to sync with an external time server Many things can cause inconsistencies with the computer time clocks that are on a server or systems motherboard.Here’s an easy way to Set Domain controller to use external NTP time source Before fixing this issue with the method described in this article you should first check […]

Use Powershell to lookup your PDC

Using Powershell to look up the PDC Did you know that you can Use Powershell to lookup your PDC? If you have ever needed to look up your primary domain controller (PDC) this can sometimes be a daunting task especially in a large enterprise environment. Luckily you can open PowerShell and run a single command […]

How to retrieve your Dell Service Tag from DOS

Retrieve Dell Service Tag from DOS If you ever needed to retrieve Dell Service Tag from DOS, this works remotely or if you are unable to read the tag on the case below is the syntax to retrieve the Dell service tag by querying Windows WMI service via the DOS command line using the WMIC […]