Bash on Ubuntu on Windows provides “developers” with a Bash shell sub-system capable of running common Linux commands and scripts, and is included as part of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Version 1607, Build 14393) released on 2nd August 2016.Continue reading
The Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) allows system administrators to manage Windows Servers remotely from their Windows workstations. Continue reading
VyOS is a community fork of Vyatta, a Linux-based network operating system that provides software-based network routing, firewall, and VPN functionality. The distribution includes full virtualization support, drivers and tools which makes it ideal for use with Hyper-V.
Using just two virtual network adapters and extensive use of VLANs, we can potentially configure an unlimited number of of routed sub-networks for our Hyper-V virtual environments. Whether you are just running a virtual lab-on-a-laptop, or a much larger virtual enterprise environment, VyOS can scale to suite your needs.
If you have recently upgraded to Windows 10 and are trying to use a Telstra Mobile Broadband AirCard 3G (312U) or 4G (320U) USB modem, then you are probably reading this post because you have discovered that the bundled Mobile Broadband Manager software no longer detects your AirCard USB modem.
Unfortunately the Mobile Broadband Manager software is not compatible with Windows 10.
However, it is possible to install just the modem drivers from the latest version of the Mobile Broadband Manager software, and then use the native Windows 10 Cellular networking support to manage the modem directly – which is probably a far better solution than using vendor supplied connection manager software anyway!
This post provides comprehensive instructions on how to use the command-line-based Server Configuration Tool (sconfig) to configure and manage common aspects of a Windows Server 2012 / 2012 R2 / 2016 installation.Continue reading
This post provides instructions on how to perform an in-place upgrade of Windows XP to Windows 10, preserving your personal files, settings, and applications.
Despite what you may have been led to believe, yes, an in-place upgrade of Windows XP to Windows 10 – preserving all your documents, personal files, settings, programs and applications – is entirely possible!
This post provides instructions on how to perform an in-place upgrade of Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 to Windows 10, preserving your personal files, settings, and applications.Continue reading
Hyper-V does not support connecting virtual machines directly to wireless network adapters. This can be a major problem when running Hyper-V on a Windows 10 laptop, as a wireless adapter may be the only form of networking available. Luckily, it is possible to setup a Hyper-V virtual network switch that can be attached to your physical wireless adapter using Internet Connection Sharing (ICS).
This post provides instructions on how to configure and use wireless networking with Hyper-V.Continue reading
This post lists the command-line arguments available from the Windows 10 setup executable.
This post provides instructions on how to perform an in-place upgrade of Windows XP to Windows Vista, preserving your personal files, settings, and applications.
For most users, an in-place upgrade from Windows XP to Windows Vista will be just an intermediate step towards a later version of Windows, such as Windows 7 and ultimately Windows 10, for which there is no direct in-place upgrade path from Windows XP.