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If it involves computers or electronics, I probably do it.

I have experience with Exchange, Sharepoint, Zabbix, Powershell, Hyper-V clusters, and a whole host of other things.

If you need to contact me, my email address is grant@emsley.ca


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awarded  Notable Question
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asked My hard drive has been running for 26 billion years?
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reviewed Reject What could have caused my function keys to stop working?
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May
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comment How to use a local DNS server with dd-wrt, and *not* use DNSMasq
@zaemz Be sure to reconfigure any dhcp servers to give out the windows server for dns.
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answered How to use a local DNS server with dd-wrt, and *not* use DNSMasq
May
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comment Is there a way to quickly disable all trusted root certificates in Windows 7?
+1 for actually writing the script I alluded to.
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comment Is there a way to quickly disable all trusted root certificates in Windows 7?
@zoli Just beware that some applications behave differently for a missing certificate than for one explicitly marked as untrusted.
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answered Is there a way to quickly disable all trusted root certificates in Windows 7?
Mar
10
comment How can I know if someone has logged into my account in Windows 7?
Why would I need to login? I'd just pull your hard drive out, plug it into mine, and copy your email/files/super secret stuff without ever logging into your PC.
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comment How can I prevent Ask.com Toolbar from being installed every time Java is updated?
+50 (once it allows me to assign the bounty). You just saved me SO many support calls.
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment User PC types the number 56 occasionally
@armani happens to the best of us.
Jan
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comment User PC types the number 56 occasionally
@armani I think we kind of assumed that you had already checked for suspicious looking usb dongles. Definitely something to remember for next time.
Jan
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answered User PC types the number 56 occasionally