Microsoft’s updates never end. According to some system administrators, this is a headache. According to some system administrators, it is necessary for security. Although you are working with too many updates, in some cases you may need detailed information about the update installation. When did the update begin? When was the update installed? How long was the update set up?
In such situations grab the PowerShell help 🙂 Continue reading “PowerShell: Get information for an update installation when it is started, finished, and how long take”
If you are using Windows 10, the Windows operating system automatically turns Superfetch off or on according to the speed of the current hardware. You do not have to deal with it. If you like control, you can turn off Superfetch by following the steps below.
Continue reading “What is Superfetch and how it will be closed”
If you are a web application administrator or you are building infrastructure, you may need to work with many URLs and test them at the same time.
This script allows you to create URLs with .txt documents or web address parameters you write and test them with Internet Explorer or Chrome. It also allows you to get test results as .log.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need a similar script or if you have any problems.
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#Script starts here
#Get country and language codes with fr/fr format
#$counlang = Get-Content ‘C:\script\counlang.txt’
# Test Country and Language
$counlang = “noo/no”,”no/no”,”fi/en”,”fi/tr”
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Let’s continue with handy WQLs. I continue to share WQLs that many companies have used in their SCCM project and consulting. Do not hesitate to contact me if you have WQLs that you have in mind, or if you need them.
Continue reading “Useful 10 WQLs Query for SCCM Collections #2”
Collections are basement of SCCM administration. I want to share some useful WQL for get more detailed environment.
Continue reading “Useful 10 WQLs Query for SCCM Collections #1”
We can use the same commands as previous operating systems like Windows 7.
We need Administrators Rights,
Open Start menu and write cmd
Continue reading “Activate the Windows 10 Administrator account from the command line.”
Windows 8 is not getting updates. What are the symptoms, how to understand and resolve?
I check the WUAHandler.log file.
CWuaHandler::SetCategoriesForStateReportingExclusion called with E0789628-CE08-4437-BE74-2495B842F43B;E0789628-CE08-4437-BE74-2495B842F43B,A38C835C-2950-4E87-86CC-6911A52C34A3; for leaves and E0789628-CE08-4437-BE74-2495B842F43B,A38C835C-2950-4E87-86CC-6911A52C34A3; for bundles WUAHandler 23.1.2013 16:30:51 3764 (0x0EB4)
Scan results will include all superseded updates. WUAHandler 23.1.2013 23:56:00 2904 (0x0B58)
Search Criteria is ((DeploymentAction=* AND Type=’Software’ AND CategoryIDs contains ‘0FA1201D-4330-4FA8-8AE9-B877473B6441′) OR (DeploymentAction=* AND Type=’Software’ AND CategoryIDs contains ‘2EE2AD83-828C-4405-9479-544D767993FC’) OR (DeploymentAction=* AND Type=’Software’ AND CategoryIDs contains ‘BFE5B177-A086-47A0-B102-097E4FA1F807′) OR (DeploymentAction=* AND Type=’Software’ AND CategoryIDs contains ‘E6CF1350-C01B-414D-A61F-263D14D133B4′) OR (DeploymentAction=* AND Type=’Software’ AND CategoryIDs contains ‘CD5FFD1E-E932-4E3A-BF74-18BF0B1BBD83’)) WUAHandler 23.1.2013 23:56:00 2904 (0x0B58)
Async searching of updates using WUAgent started. WUAHandler 23.1.2013 23:56:00 2904 (0x0B58)
Async searching completed. WUAHandler 23.1.2013 23:56:11 404 (0x0194)
Successfully completed scan. WUAHandler 23.1.2013 23:56:11 2904 (0x0B58)
I checked the update.log file and everything seems to be working correctly
Continue reading “Windows 8 is not getting updates (Solution)”