Viewing and exporting Cached Credentials in Windows
I always knew, you can see your cached credentials in Control Panel – Credential Manager. However, I wasn’t aware you can actually export/import them. The command is:
You can simply hit Windows and R keys, type it and click OK. The rest is pretty much self-explanatory:
Posted on 15 May 2023
This can be handled in multiple ways. However, I like the one liner using WMI:
WMIC USERACCOUNT WHERE Name='username' SET PasswordExpires=FALSE
Change username to the account you need to set and you are good to go.
Posted on 09 May 2023
There are times I needed to export my rules to a human readable form. This comes very handy. If you haven't installed the ExchangeOnline module, you can follow https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/exchange/connect-to-exchange-online-powershell?view=exchange-ps
Open a Powershell window, then:
Get-InboxRule -Mailbox user1| ...
Posted on 03 May 2023
Sometimes, users will have issues with their print jobs. If this happens on a printer shared on a server, they will block rest of the users. A quick and simple fix is to stop the ...
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