Hey sorry I know this article is three years old, but I don't think the second code example has been modified as you say it have. It sure looks like the remove-widget function is still taking in the whole pscustomobject, and not just the $Path attribute like it is in the final code block. Am I reading this wrong?
There's another group policy setting to allow downloading from Windows Update sources. Under Administrative Templates => System => Specify settings for option component installation and component repair, there are two settings:
"Never attempt to download payload from Windows Update" - Set to Disabled "Download repair content and optional features directly from Windows Update instead of Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) - Set to Enabled
Hi Leos, U have summarised everything perfectly in yout post here of making Windows 11 work offline. Please note My point is not regarding how and where organizations store their data , it is just a reminder which emphasises what artodeto has mentioned in his reply to your post of sticking to Windows 10 as long as possible, All I am trying to say to further support his point is Organizations have many reasons to continue to stick to their own Data centres as opposed to moving to cloud.
Hi All, I have a question always regarding Cloud computing. Many Organizations worldwide have very strict Data privacy related concerns, so how will they move onto Cloud and trust any XYZ Cloud provider with all their data. I have always asked this question but never got any convincing reply. Some people say such companies can go for a hybrid approach where they can choose what to keep on cloud and what not to keep on cloud. I dont know, looks like some companies who have husge investments in Data centers, will still try and hold on to their own Databases and Servers. These are just my thoughts, please correct me if I am wrong.
Thanks Vladan, Appreciate your inputs. I will be in touch. will I be able to test this out in a cloud environment or can I mimic something like this by creating two VMS from my home based Windows PC and then trying it out ? Thanks a lot.
Hi there, We have a requirement where in we would like to make use of SQL Server Clustering for SQL Server 2017/2019 without using Windows Clusters and a Shared Storage that it offers. Is this possible using VMware?
I didnt see a response to this question above: if macro is digitally signed by our certificate (issued from internal CA), the macros are enabled automatically. Also if the above is possible can all the rest macros be disabled except digitally signed (issued from internal CA)?
Not to be judgemental, but this article is misleading - You show the installation of VMWare pyVmomi, but the rest of the article has zero relevance to that, it using is standard SSH, rather that the features exposed by VMWare Rest API.
Now, what processes are running on the monitored host? How can you see the AMA on the VM? Microsoft Monitoring Agent aka Log Analytics agent also has a GUI (open from Control panel) and you can see it replaces the SCOM agent (without impairing SCOM monitoring, the agent is just multihoming). Does AMA have all this too?