How to Renew SSL Certificate on Exchange Server?

When you install Microsoft Exchange 2016/2013, an SSL certificate is automatically generated to protect connections between clients and the server. Usually, the first SSL certificate is issued exactly for one year. When this certificate expires, users see a message with the following warning when starting Outlook: The security certificate

Installing Active Directory Users and Computers MMC Snap-in on Windows 10

One of the main Active Directory domain management tools is the MMC snap-in Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC). The ADUC snap-in is used to perform typical domain administration tasks and manage users, groups, computers, and organizational units in the Active Directory domain. By default, the Active Directory Users

How to Solve the Windows Update Error 80072ee2?

In this article, we will guide you through the most complete guide for solving the Windows update error 80072ee2. Windows errors are notoriously difficult to solve, especially errors related to Windows updates because they all returning a general message without further information. Error 80072ee2 is common in all versions

How to Deploy Printers to Users or Computers via Group Policy?

One of the most important features of Group Policies in Active Directory domain environment is the possibility to automatically connect a shared network printers on a group of computers or users with just a few clicks. Thus, when a user login to the Windows, an assigned network printer will

PowerShell Comparison Operators

PowerShell comparison operators allow you to find out if the value of a variable contains a string, is it larger, smaller, or equal to some value, etc. Most programming languages use symbols as comparison operators, like <, >, !=, =, however, in PowerShell, pseudo-commands are used instead of these

Config Remote Desktop Easy Print on Windows Server 2016/2012 R2

TS Easy Print technology was first introduced in Windows Server 2008 as an alternative to the use of traditional printing subsystem on Remote Desktop servers. Remote Desktop Easy Print avoids the installation of drivers for the redirected printers on a terminal (RDS) server and allows to easily map a

PowerShell: Script for Loop through Files and Folders

In this article, we will look at examples of using constructions to loop over all files and folders on a disk or in a specific directory that you can widely use in your PowerShell scripts. Usually, the task of iterating over all file system objects in a directory arises

Restore Windows 10 Registry from Backup using Command Prompt

When Windows 10 have some problems with registry files/settings (in case of corruption, accidental deletion etc.), the system offers a simple way to restore the registry settings from the automatically created backup. In this guide we will show you how to restore Windows 10 registry from a backup or

PowerShell: Function Return

Most PowerShell newbies believe that PowerShell functions can return a value only through the Return statement. The return statement usually terminates the function and returns control to the calling function. But in Windows PowerShell, this is not entirely true… In this article, we will look at how to return

PowerShell Function Parameters: How to Add?

When developing your PowerShell functions, sometimes you need to put some input values to your functions, such as a file name, string, or any other value. In PowerShell, there are two ways to pass parameters to functions: through the $Args variable and by setting formal parameters. Passing Parameters to