This PowerShell script will check the registry for the last time the policy ran, calculate the current date and compare to a set value (30 Days). It will then return $true or $false if Group Policy has not run in more than 30 days.
If you noticed Microsoft has taken away the default Windows Photo Viewer in Windows 10. This can be quite annoying for it you want to just open one photo that isn’t meant to be stored in a photo library. I found this trick online and wanted to share it. If you have gone looking in […]
When installing an application you get this error message “The profile for the user is a temporary profile”. This happens after installing a security update: MS14-049. This update affects the execution process of the Windows Installer. To bypass this, set the following registry key and it will ignore this prompt and continue with the installation. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Installer\ […]
I came across an instance where I needed to upgrade a Windows 7 image to Windows 8.1 and then capture that image for deployment with System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2. I found out shortly after starting this task that when you upgrade an operating system you can no longer run SysPrep. So I started […]
By default Windows only allows you to run sysprep on an image 3 times. Then Microsoft’s solution is to re-install and start a new image. Well what happens if you need to update your image or make a change without having to go through the hassle of making your image exactly what you want? Follow these steps: Start […]