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Convert a Dynamic IP to Static

Working on a project where on some servers the DHCP assigned addresses needs to be converted to static. Since there is always more than one…I needed to script it. Here is a quick way to do it via PowerShell.

Hope this helps!

12 dig Command Examples for DNS

dig can we very useful in finding out DNS related issues. To install dig for Window/ Linux/ MacOSX click here. A basic dig command – dig a domain nameIn the most basic of dig commands, you have a domain name like www.microsoft.com, and you want to find information about it, so you issue the following […]

R.I.P. nslookup – Start using dig or host

I have been using nslookup for the longest time I can remember. Although, this may be an older topic to some, it may be a newer topic to most Windows users. Dear Windows users, nslookup has been deprecated. The organization that maintains the code for nslookup, Internet Systems Consortium (ISC), has very clearly stated it in the most […]

Hack: Microsoft Outlook AutoComplete

Outlook maintains the AutoComplete list. The list is used by both the automatic name-checking feature and the automatic completion feature. The AutoComplete list, also known as the nickname cache, is generated automatically when you send email messages from Outlook. The list contains SMTP addresses, LegacyExchangeDN entries, and display names for people to whom you have […]

Using PowerShell or PowerCLI to update VMware tools on VMs

We need to first find out what VMs need updating. Run the following command to get the list:

VMware makes it easy to update VMware tools through the console, but clicking through hundreds of VM’s takes too much time. Thankfully VMware has provided us with the Update-Tools cmdlet so we can automate this process. Here […]

Mohammed Wasay

Dallas based Design Technologist & Hybrid Developer