Random fix: Resolving issues with Chrome pinned icons associated to 32-bit chrome where 64-bit is now installed
Season’s greetings! Here’s an interesting fix I found to an odd issue from last week at a client It should be noted this issue could probably be fixed with Avanti, or WEM, but that wasn’t an option for my client, so I just used PowerShell instead For this client, we had been pushing a managedContinue reading “Random fix: Resolving issues with Chrome pinned icons associated to 32-bit chrome where 64-bit is now installed”
Intro As IT pros, we’ve got no shortage of new / interesting and useful tools available to us. With the adoption of open-source software into consumer and enterprise environments, a lot of the tools are free! As long as you don’t need serious 24/7 support that is How do you know which tools to use?Continue reading “10 min Windows 10 / Server 2019 build automation via OSDBuilder, autounattend.xml and Packer.IO”
Hi! I’m Owen, I work as a virtualization expert for a IT solutions provider in Quebec, Canada I’ve been working professionally in the IT industry since 2000, and from 2005 on-wards, have seen a huge benefit to maintaining a home lab The thing about working in the IT industry. Once you’ve completed the first part ofContinue reading “Maintaining a home lab for on-going career success”
Greetings and welcome to the summer! Someone recently asked me why I had 5 vmware esxi hosts @ home. I realized some parts of my home lab aren’t documented , instead, their roles are trapped inside my head So, I put together a simple diagram of my current home lab I used the free draw.io toContinue reading “Home lab diagram summary for July 2020”
This post is not about giving people advice on what to eat//drink. If you’re reading this, you’re online, and I’m sure bombarded with health advice every day, especially under COVID-19, as there are more people at home who are idle for are searching for and touting answers For me, health advice is confusing and seeminglyContinue reading “Stress + coffee + covid 19 = OMGERD”
I’ve been writing PowerShell scripts since 2015. One of the first scripts I wrote was a health check script my home computers. When I first wrote it a few years back, it’s main purpose was to identify those computers that hadn’t been rebooted in a long whileAs time has gone on, I’ve added a lotContinue reading “Powershell health check script”
Last year, I must have got a bit excited with the new gear I was buying, and I never ended up posting my final CONFIG, here it is! 3x HP EliteDesk 800 G3’s (product page) Each of the HP Elitedesk 800 G3s contains the following hardware: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6500 CPU @ 3.20GHz 4x 16 GBContinue reading “Final lab setup mid-2019 to now”
Anyone working in the EUC field has probably pulled out some or ALL of their hair when trying to deploy software via Microsoft’s dreaded SCCM tool What if I told you there was a better way? That’s assuming of course, you’ve not heard of PDQ Deploy https://www.pdq.com/pdq-deploy/ I’m late to the PDQ game! I hadContinue reading “You down with PDQ? (ya you know me)”
I noted some interesting (annoying?) unexpected behavior with UPL-enabled CVAD 1912 MCS master image machines over the weekend when I should have been playing DOOM ETERNAL At a client site , we un-installed CVAD 1912 to remove the UPL components. We did this for two reasons 1 – A default install of CVAD 1912 wContinue reading “CVAD 1912 UPL removal issues and fix”
It seems my vacation schedule is mostly driven by tech conferences these days. E2E in NY in 2018 Synergy in Atlanta, Georgia in 2019 IGEL Disrupt in Nashville, TN in 2020 All of which is great, as none of the above places i’d been to before, and each trip was exciting for personal and professionalContinue reading “IGEL Disrupt 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee and my next tech conference”
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