I admin a web-based system for sharing documents. The system uses user groups to define permissions to folders. The rules about who gets access to which folder are complicated, but are mostly based on a person’s job function and which department and branch they work in.
My team and I are currently struggling because there are so many groups (…[Read more]
I am having the same issue as Kedar Kulkarni above. I get the error for each device. I have tried the computer name, FQDN, IP…everything gives me that error. I am running the .ps1 as an admin account. Any ideas?
Windows 10 Enterprise offers quite a few features that are not available in Windows 10 Pro. However, those differences are usually not apparent in Group Policy editor or even in the Group Policy Reference. In the
For a Group Policy rollout, add that property into the MSI itself. Download the MSI editing tool ORCA (it is a Microsoft tool). Edit the MSI and go to the property page. Find the property ApplicationContextID and paste in that number. If you don’t see that property, create a new line in the property page. Be sure to back up your MSI first or…[Read more]
The problem is that the src attribute of the image tag only points to the image that you see on the web page. The URL of the image that is displayed when you click an image is in an a tag before the image tag. Thus, you have to retrieve all links in the web page (as explained in the article) and then get all URLs that point to images. Those URLs…[Read more]