I’m streaming a lot of my media directly to my Samsung TV (Allshare). lately I added music to my Music Library in Microsoft Windows 8. The Library is shared using DLNA Protocol. For some reason, the newly added media did not show up am my Samsung TV. I started playing around with the configuration of DLNA/Homegroup/Sharing and finally I realized (and that’s an assumption), that the whole sharing stuff, especially when it comes to indexing the media, is managed by Windows Media Player (WMP).
I started Windows Media Player and under Streaming I clicked on More Streaming Options
Combobox Show Devices On => choose All networks
Select the relevant Device and click on Customize.
Then uncheck “Use Default settings”
and then check “Make all my media available to this device.”
Finally my newly added media has shown up in Allshare/Samsung TV.
Querying EventLog using PowerShell.
Count the number of occurences of Kerberos Entries in System Eventlog for the last 24 hours
(Get-EventLog -LogName System -Source Kerberos -After (Get-Date).AddDays(-1)).Count
output the all Kerberos entries in System Eventlog for the last 24 hours:
Get-EventLog -LogName System -Source Kerberos -After (Get-Date).AddDays(-1)
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eSMS by Dolphin Systems allows you to send and receive text messages from any e-mail program.
You must have a Swisscom mobile phone number for using eSMS.
Ready for immediate use
Before you can use eSMS, you have to register via text message; follow the relevant user manual for this. You can then use eSMS immediately.
Billing directly on your mobile phone
The billing of SMS messages is done via the mobile phone bill or prepaid credit from the mobile number given at registration. The costs per SMS (160 characters) is CHF 0.20.
Very easy to use
eSMS Manual for MS Outlook 2010
eSMS Manual for MS Outlook 2007
For users of MS Outlook 2003 and other e-mail programs:
eSMS Manual for all e-mail programs
Sometime you need to ‘clone’ the Windows feature-set of a specific server. That’s a task I’m currently working on. Using PowerShell to enumerate/list all enabled Windows Features is easy…
Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 8 Release Preview enables IT administrators to manage roles and features that are installed on computers that are running Windows Server 2012 from a remote computer that is running Windows 8 Release Preview.
Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 8 Release Preview includes Server Manager, Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-ins, consoles, Windows PowerShell cmdlets and providers, and command-line tools for managing roles and features that run on Windows Server 2012. In limited cases, the tools can be used to manage roles and features that are running on Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2008. Some of the tools work for managing roles and features on Windows Server 2003.
Did you know you can use PowerShell to back up the system state?
Understanding the Computer Restore cmdlets
One of the easiest ways to ensure system reliability is to create a restore point prior to making potentially damaging changes. In this way, if a problem arises, it is rather simple to roll back the changes. In Windows PowerShell, the easy way to create a restore point is to use the Windows PowerShell cmdlets. These cmdlets require administrator rights (due to access to protected registry keys and other vital configuration files). Therefore, you need to right-click the Windows PowerShell icon and select Run As Administrator from the Action menu. Keep in mind that these cmdlets only work on client systems later than Windows XP. These cmdlets do not work on server versions of the operating system.
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