By default, when logging in on a HP switch in IRF mode using the web interface, you can only retrieve hardware information of the switch holding the master role. You can retrieve information for the other switches when you log on using Telnet or SSH, then type:
display device manuinfo
This will display hardware information for all chassis and slots.
You can manually trigger Azure AD Connect to perform a sync cycle. Open a Powershell on the server running Azure AD Connect, then type:
During the installation of Azure AD Connect, the registration of the Azure AD Connect Health for Sync-agent may fail. When this happens, you can manually register the agent by running this Powershell cmdlet:
Register-AzureADConnectHealthSyncAgent -AttributeFiltering $false -StagingMode $false
You need the credentials of an O365 account with Global Admin rights.
You can download the latest version of iSCSI Initiator for Windows 2000, 2003 and XP. This will upgrade any previously installed version to the latest version:
You can download old releases of pfSense, all the way back to 1.0.1, from here:
Duplicate Files Finder is a fast application which checks duplicate files by comparing its file sizes. Because of the method it uses, it is extremely fast but not very accurate. It is available for Windows only.
dupeGuru is more specialized application for finding duplicate files as it compares by contents as well. It is primarily available for Linux and Mac OSX but although no longer developed for Windows, you can download an older version of the program for use on Windows.
It is possible to install the integration plugins for VMware on an ESX host directly from the Nimble website, provided your hosts have internet access:
esxcli software vib install -d http://update.nimblestorage.com/esx5/ncm
If you have the Exchange Management Tools installed, you can easily import the Exchange module into a standard Powershell by running the Add-PSSnapin cmdlet.
Depending on the Exchange version, the module to add is slightly different:
If you're not sure about the version, you can also use wildcard characters:
If you don't want to install the management tools, you can also use PS remoting to remotely access the management shell from a standard Powershell.