Git is a version control system used by developers to collaborate and manage changes in their applications. It was created for Linux and macOS. But what about Windows? This is where Git Bash for Windows comes in. This tutorial will explain how to install Git Bash on Windows and introduce a few Git Bash commands to interact with the Git repository.
We take a look at Uptime Kuma, an open-source, self-hosted monitoring tool for websites, APIs, and services. It allows you to keep track of the uptime, downtime, and response times of your applications. One of the recommended ways to deploy Uptime Kuma is to use Docker containers, as they allow for easy installation, scaling, and management.
With the cumulative update for April 2023, Microsoft delivers the Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS) as a system component for the first time. The updated version uses different attributes in AD and introduces new PowerShell cmdlets. Admins must remove the legacy LAPS to benefit from the new features.
A Docker registry allows your organization’s users to store and distribute Docker images, which are used to create and run containers. There are two main types of registries in Docker: public and private. In this post, you will learn how to configure a private Docker registry.
In your work in Microsoft Azure, should you focus your energies on Azure PowerShell, Azure CLI, or both? This lesson presents a comprehensive comparison of the two primary scripting languages in the Azure cloud.
In my previous article, we discussed the MacVLAN network in Docker. Today, I will outline the differences between IPvlan and MacVLAN, explain the advantages of IPvlan, and show you how to create a VLAN with IPvlan.
AppTec360 Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) is not only suitable for managing mobile devices but also PCs. For PCs, the Swiss company follows Microsoft’s concept of “modern management” via MDM interfaces. Its BitLocker module allows unattended encryption and offers key management.
Many organizations are migrating their on-premises email to Microsoft 365. One of the necessary steps is synchronizing your local directory with Azure Active Directory. The IdFix tool from Microsoft is meant to help correct issues before synchronizing your directory.
Applications such as CCleaner and other utilities have been popular for years as a quick and easy way for users to scan for and clear out temporary files, caches, logs, and other files to boost performance. Microsoft has released a new utility called PC Manager, which provides interesting features, including performance and security apps, in one location for Windows 10 and 11 PCs.
A little-known extension helps to increase the security of Windows Authentication to prevent credential relay or “man in the middle” attacks in Exchange Server and Internet Information Server (IIS). Microsoft is using Windows Extended Protection with modern security updates to enhance the built-in authentication capabilities found in Windows Server.
The Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager 2211 production version was released on December 6, 2022, in the early update ring. In this post, we will go through the new features in version 2211, followed by a step-by-step guide to upgrade the Configuration Manager.
In a previous post, we discussed how to quickly unlock AD accounts with PowerShell. However, the main problem admins tend to face is identifying the source computer or service that is causing the account to lock out in the first place.
At some point, admins need to pick a suitable virtualization solution that best aligns with their existing server infrastructure. This post will focus on comparing three hypervisors: Proxmox VE, VMware ESXi, and Hyper-V.
Microsoft has updated its new console for basically all command lines and shells. The most important innovations in the current preview include a graphical user interface to configure the settings, automatic start-up actions, and several usability improvements.
Modern Windows versions allow you to safely clone a domain controller and even put it on your production network so that it can be used as a target for LDAP queries, PowerShell or .NET commands, and even DNS lookups/referrals.
On December 15, 2020, Microsoft’s PowerShell development team released PowerShell 7.2 Preview 2 to GitHub. Learn what’s new and what’s changed in this build, and receive some guidance concerning prerelease PowerShell. If you’re the kind of systems administrator who likes to “kick the tires” with prerelease software to get a head start on new functionality, then read on!