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    Microsoft OneDrive: Removing PCs

    Microsoft announced a reduction in OneDrive storage space offerings for both free and paid plans in November 2015. Microsoft’s goal appears to be migration toward Office365 storage, while using OneDrive for lesser, temporary or occasional file transfer conditions. For instructor-led  Microsoft training, see our complete course schedule. OneDrive users need to more carefully plan their … Continue reading Microsoft OneDrive: Removing PCs

    Installing .NET Framework 2.0 3.0 and 3.5 in Windows 10

    Windows 10 is quite an impressive operating system. It’s fast, it has tons of security improvements, and is usually compatible with older apps. One quirk that I encountered recently was when I went to install mRemoteNG, a remote desktop client application. It requires the .NET Framework to work. That’s fine, because Windows 10 comes preconfigured … Continue reading Installing .NET Framework 2.0 3.0 and 3.5 in Windows 10

    How to Create a Bootable USB Windows To Go Installation for Windows 10

    I am a huge Windows 10 fan. I’ve had great success with deployment and configuration so far. Most of the functionality I want from both Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 is in there, along with lots of new features and improvements. For instructor-led Windows 10 training, see our complete class schedule.  Windows 8 introduced the … Continue reading How to Create a Bootable USB Windows To Go Installation for Windows 10

    Using Microsoft Management Console to Access Remote Devices

    One of my students recently asked how to configure his system for occasional access to view Event Viewer on a remote system. While you can take the time to enable and configure either Remote Desktop or an Event Collection Subscription both of these options can be complex and require pre-planning and configuration on both systems. … Continue reading Using Microsoft Management Console to Access Remote Devices

    Methods to Enable and Disable Remote Desktop Locally

    By default on a Windows Server Product Windows Remote Management (WinRM) is enabled, but Remote Desktop (RDP) is Disabled.  On workstation operating systems neither is enabled by default. For instructor-led Windows Server training, see our class schedule.  Enabling RDP locally. Method 1:  Graphical Interface By far the easiest way is to enable RDP through the … Continue reading Methods to Enable and Disable Remote Desktop Locally