How to use Net User command to Manage User Accounts

Net User

The command Net User allows you to manage your local and even your domain users from the command line. It’s mainly used to quickly add, delete or disable user accounts from the command line. But it can do more than just that. The tool can … Read moreHow to use Net User command to Manage User Accounts

How to create a Shared Calendar in Outlook

A shared calendar can really help your project team when it comes to keeping track of appointments and upcoming tasks. The advantage of a shared calendar in Outlook is that, with the right permissions, every member can create and edit appointments or only view upcoming … Read moreHow to create a Shared Calendar in Outlook

Outlook Calendar Permissions – What you need to know

Sharing your calendar in Outlook allows your colleagues to see your availability or even manage your calendar. To do this, we can use different Outlook calendar permissions that we can set in Outlook. Calendar permissions in Outlook determine how much details your colleagues can see … Read moreOutlook Calendar Permissions – What you need to know

How to use Netsh WLAN Commands to manage Wireless networks?

The Netsh WLAN command can be used to show and manage wireless network profiles. It even allows you to read the stored wireless network password and import or export all stored wireless networks. Managing wireless networks can also be done through the settings menu in … Read moreHow to use Netsh WLAN Commands to manage Wireless networks?

How to use DISM Command to Repair Windows

Windows system files sometimes get corrupted, which can result in errors, problems with updating Windows, or even preventing Windows from booting at all. In these cases, we can often repair Windows using the built-in DISM command. When system files are corrupt or missing Windows might … Read moreHow to use DISM Command to Repair Windows

Action1 Review – Cloud-based Patch Management that’s Free for the First 100 Endpoints

#sponsored Keeping your endpoints up to date is vital. Software patches come out almost weekly these days, and the longer it takes you to apply them, the more time attackers have to exploit the underlying vulnerability. But how can you keep your endpoints updated when … Read moreAction1 Review – Cloud-based Patch Management that’s Free for the First 100 Endpoints