Maybe it’s muted. Sound >>> Input >>> Select Microphone >>> Device properties >>> Additional Properties Maybe there is a switch to get it unmuted. Here in folder Level
Build a batch file like direct_access_tsmember01.cmd: start “” mstsc /admin /v:tsmember01 /w:2200 /h:1100
start “” myprog.exe
Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /AnalyzeComponentStoreDism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /spsupersededDism.exe /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup
Standard stuff: On Server install your printer and printer driver. Then run printmanagament.msc and do Deploy with Group Policy. Have an eye on the drivers section. Know the exact name of your driver, thats important for deploying drivers to local machines. Your brandnew Group Policy should consist of (i) computer >> policies >> windows settings […]
get the latest in-guest-install vmware-tools (zipped) exe from vmwares download page und run it inside the guest.
Microsofts Windows Server 2022 Evaluation ISO is the basis your installaion was built on. Now you want to end the evaluation ad did buy a correct license. You did go to ACTIVATION, typed that ney key in and got that 0xc004f050? Thats because your key was (ie) issued for Windows Server 2022 Standard and NOT […]
Policy path: System\Troubleshooting and Diagnostics\Scripted Diagnostics Allow user to access and run troubleshooting wizards System\Problembehandlung und Diagnose\Microsoft Support-Diagnosetool Benutzern den Zugriff auf die empfohlene Problembehandlung für bekannt Probleme erlauben Scope: Machine KUDOS: https://www.pwndefend.com/2022/05/30/office-microsoft-support-diagnostic-tool-msdt-vulnerability-follina/
Check C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\EventCache.v2. It should be empty. If its filled to the brim with binaries, delete them all. It’s a WSUS server problem, not a client problem. I did a major wsus cleanup and reindexing, these measures were successful. Check my other wsus blogposts.
Situation: Your machine lives in a corporate environment and uses your corporates own DNS resolver who’s located in your own LAN/IPsubnet. You didn’t define a default gateway in your IPv4 settings for security reasons. Resolving names via nslookup works fine, but windows himself (i.e ping) and third party software (like datev) run into resolve problems […]