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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


May
21
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.
May
3
comment Is there a way to quickly disable all trusted root certificates in Windows 7?
+1 for actually writing the script I alluded to.
May
1
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.
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.
Jan
17
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.
Jan
6
comment User PC types the number 56 occasionally
@armani happens to the best of us.
Jan
6
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.
Sep
22
comment Are there options for disk wiping software that do not require booting into the software first?
This is exactly how I do it. Disconnect internal drives and boot from cd. Remember to unplug any other usb drives you have as well. DBAN has detected every usb drive I have tried.
Aug
9
comment How can I run a script locally from a remote server such as www.mysite.com/script.sh?
Yes assuming they are all sh scripts. Some could require other interpreters.
Aug
9
comment How can I run a script locally from a remote server such as www.mysite.com/script.sh?
Why on earth would you want to do that? The website may just change that script to read "rm -rf *" or worse.
Jul
18
comment Search multiple shared calendars in Outlook 2010
Sadly, some of the computers are still windows XP and lack this search feature.
Mar
21
comment RDP constantly dropping
You can click the flag button under your post and flag if as off topic for migration. A moderator can then move it for you.
Mar
21
comment RDP constantly dropping
Since this is about home networking (assuming you are not in charge of the office network), it probably belongs on superuser
Mar
8
comment Bad owner or permissions on /root/.ssh/config in a virtual machine
@automatix A virtual machine needs the same security as a physical machine. Perhaps you mean it needs less security because it's on an isolated network - if so, fine. But if its attached to the network like a physical machine, it needs the same security.
Feb
17
comment Remote Access from wLAN to LAN
Home networking is offtopic here. Superuser might be a better fit foe this question.
Nov
19
comment Search multiple shared calendars in Outlook 2010
When I tested that, it would only find events from one calendar. eg. if I had events called "test a", "test b", etc on 3 different calendars and searched for "test" it would only show one of them. But I will try again.
Nov
19
comment Search multiple shared calendars in Outlook 2010
I dont think you actually CAN select multiple calendars at once. ctrl clicking a second calendar just focuses on the second one.
Nov
16
comment Search multiple shared calendars in Outlook 2010
It searches the currently selected shared calendar. But not all of them.
Sep
17
comment Update TSSTcorp CDDVD Drivers
In that case, it's not a problem of drivers, but of filters. pcsupport.about.com/od/driverssupport/ht/… tells you how to remove them. When finished, you might need to reinstall itunes.
Sep
16
comment Full disk encryption: possible to tie key to particular BIOS/Laptop?
+1 this is one of the things tpm was designed to help with. Just remember, the bad guys cant get your data without that motherboard working...and neither can the good guys! Make sure you have a way to recover the data when (not if, when) something goes wrong.