Everyone who uses Windows inside Virtualbox on Linux machine (and shares host folders) knows this problem.
This might be useful when serving file downloads or uploads using PHP.
If you’ll ever have problem with opening (fopen) and reading (fread) files larger than 2 GB in your PHP script. Check your version of scripting engine. In my case switching to 64 bit solved the problem. Please mind that this error is very hard to debug because PHP does not log anything (same as MS IIS) in such case. It simply resets client connection…
This is really quick tip (cmd commands):
dsquery user -limit 10000 | find /c /i "OU="
To count users.
dsquery computer -limit 10000 | find /c /i "OU="
Here you can find how to create paths.
This one was little bit tricky. If you want to pack files on your IIS webserver follow my guide. Continue reading How to pack directory using 7-zip in PHP on Windows?
In case you ever wondered why your task returns 0x1 in Last Run Result instead of 0x0. Check if your task is trying to create any files, if it does, you must tick “Run with highest privileges” in General tab of your task properties. I’ve spent some precious time to uncover that because I’m not a native Winblows administrator 🙂
In this post I’ll show you how to configure Pushover with Windows server. In this specific case it will notify you when someone logs onto your machine. Continue reading How to setup pushover alert on logon event in Windows
There is a command line tool called netdom. Unfortunately it’s not preinstalled on Windows 7. This guide will show how to add this tool to your system and how to change remote computer name.
Hiding server software is one of ways to protect your services from hackers. It’s quite easy to obscure IIS identity. In few steps I’ll show you how to accomplish this task on WIMP stack.
This tutorial will show you how to manage user roles based on Active Directory information.