Copy members from one Active directory group to another

How to copy members from security group to distribution groups or the other way around? This is how to copy members from one AD group to another with PowerShell.

In our example, we like to copy the users from the AD group Group-A to another AD group Group-B.

To copy members from one AD group to another will work for all group scopes and group types:

  • Group scope: Domain local / Global / Universal
  • Group type: Security / Distribution

Copy members from one AD group to another with PowerShell

PS C:\> Get-ADGroupMember -Identity "Group-A" | ForEach-Object {Add-ADGroupMember -Identity "Group-B" -Members $_.distinguishedName}

All Users Desktop Folder in Windows Server 2016/2019

If you want to copy some shortcuts or files to all users desktop in server 2016/2019. specially if your configuring a remote desktop session host server and you want to copy company applications short cuts to all users desktop.like in previous versions c:\users\all users\desktop is not available on these server editions.

in Server 2019 and 2016 its available in

C:\Users\Public\Desktop


If you cannot see the desktop Folder tick show hidden items from windows explorer ribbon 

Also

To find out the directory for your system run Following command in a PowerShell prompt:

[Environment]::GetFolderPath('CommonDesktopDirectory')

Arcserve RHA ER00105 Unable to send file (file to send unable to be open)

ER00105 976683 Error 192.168.120.13 2/10/2022 12:24:30 PM Unable to send file D:/Program Files/CA/ARCserve RHA/Engine/tmp/spool/1222255101_2/bl_sync_1196825767.rqv to 192.168.128.20 (file to send unable to be open)

Arcserve Official link for this error ID https://support.arcserve.com/s/article/202043989?language=en_US but in my case this is not worked for me. This is how it fixed for me

1 Stop Scenario

2 Change spool directory path on reported server

3 Start scenario

Get Windows 10 Context Menu in Windows 11

Open Command Prompt and run bellow command. and reboot the computer or go to task manager and restart “windows explorer” process

To Get Old Context Menu:

reg.exe add “HKCU\Software\Classes\CLSID\{86ca1aa0-34aa-4e8b-a509-50c905bae2a2}\InprocServer32” /f /ve

If you need to get back the New Context Menu:

reg.exe delete “HKCU\Software\Classes\CLSID\{86ca1aa0-34aa-4e8b-a509-50c905bae2a2}” /f

bypass Windows 11 TPM 2.0 requirement

Method: Modify Registry

This method involves simply editing Windows Registry during the installation process of the new operating system. On unsupported devices, if you try to install the new OS, a message will appear on your screen stating that the computer isn’t compatible.

At that screen, you need to press Shift+F10 to open Command Prompt window and modify the registry. In Command Prompt, you need to run regedit.exe and create a new key “LabConfig” under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup. In the “LabConfig” key, create two new entries:

  • BypassTPMCheck=dword:00000001
  • BypassSecureBootCheck=dword:00000001

Save the changes and compatibility errors will disappear.

Update | 2021 – October – 06

The fix itself is fairly straightforward too. Simply hit Win+r and type regedit to bring up the registry editor. Make your way to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Setup\MoSetup and then right-click the main panel and create a new DWORD (32-bit) Value with a name of AllowUpgradesWithUnsupportedTPMOrCPU and set its value to 1

Server 2019 Black Screen on RDP with Domain Administrator account

I had this problem today morning with a newly installed 2019 server. it was working find until connect to domain.after joined to domain i cannot login to server with domain administrator account via RDP i just get a blank black screen.only task manager was working. after researching trying many ways this is how i manage fixed the problem

Change following setting in local GPO:

Computer Configuration->Windows Settings->Security Settings->Local Policies->Security Options

Enable “User Account Control: Admin Approval Mode for the Built-in Administrator account” which is set to “Not Defined”

After that do a gpupdate /force and try to login as domain administrator again

How to fix the Windows 10 version 2004 network connectivity bug

Windows 10 updates tend to break things, and the most recent Window 10 version 2004 update is no exception. According to numerous forum posts, the latest irksome bug prevents Windows 10 apps from accessing the internet even when the PC is successfully connected and your web browser is working just fine.

Annoyingly, the bug seems to show up without warning or reason. If you see a yellow “No Internet Access” error triangle in the Windows 10 system tray and can’t connect to the internet in apps like Steam, Spotify or Fortnite, but can browse the web as you normally would, you’ve got the bug.

Microsoft acknowledged this bug in a support forum thread and says it stems from an issue with Windows 10’s Network Connectivity Status Indicator. The company is investigating and will patch the problem it once a solution is engineered, but some users have already found a reliable workaround that should restore network connection for your apps in the meantime.

How to fix the Windows 10 version 2004 network connectivity bug

  1. Search for “Registry Editor” using the search bar in the Windows taskbar
  2. Open Registry Editor from the search results and click “Yes” when prompted to let the app make changes.
  3. In the Registry Editor app, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\NlaSvc\Parameters\Internet
  4. Right-click “EnableActiveProbing” and select Modify.
  5. Change the “Value data” from 0 to 1.
  6. Click “OK” to close the window and save your edits.
  7. Close the Registry Editor.
  8. Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.

With luck, your apps will be able to connect to the internet again once you reboot your PC. If they don’t, double-check you input that registry fix properly. If you’re still out of luck, you might have to seek out a different solution or wait for Microsoft’s patch. If you happen to have encounter another fix or discovered your own

Source | Lifehacker.com By Brendan Hesse

 

What is PortableBaseLayer Partition?

Some Windows 10 users with May 2019 update are seeing a new partition called PortableBaseLayer. If this is your first time, you might wonder what in the world is the PortableBaseLayer partition.

What is PortableBaseLayer Partition?

Before you ask me, no, PortableBaseLayer is not a virus, malware, or rouge partition.

PortableBaseLayer is a system partition created for Windows Sandbox.

When you enable the Windows Sandbox, the operating system will automatically create the PortableBaseLayer partition and places all the important files that are necessary to run the sandbox.

Depending on your usage, the partition size will be anywhere from 1GB to 10GB. Sometimes, it might even exceed that range too.

In case you don’t know, Windows Sandbox is what it sounds like. It is a built-in sandbox that lets you test programs and settings without affecting the host operating system. Compared to traditional solutions like VMware and VirtualBox, Windows Sandbox is lightweight, fast, and easy to use.

All pro and enterprise users can enable Windows Sandbox as long as the system meets the minimum requirements.

Can I Delete PortableBaseLayer Partition?

No, don’t delete the partition manually as it might corrupt the Windows Sandbox.

How to disable Sign-in screen acrylic (blur) background on Windows 10 May 2019 Update

How to disable Sign-in screen blur background using Settings

The easiest and safest process to disable the acrylic material effect in the Sign-in screen background is to use the Settings app, with these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Personalization.
  3. Click on Colors.
  4. Turn off the Transparency effects toggle switch.

Once you complete these steps, the Sign-in screen will show a clear background like in previous versions. The only caveat to using this option is that you’ll also lose the transparency effects across the desktop and apps.

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Game DVR problem: “Sorry, this PC doesn’t meet the hardware requirements for recording clips.”

According to Microsoft These are the Requirements for “Game DVR On Windows 10”

Hardware requirements for Game DVR on Windows 10

To record game clips with Game DVR on Windows 10, your PC’s video card must support one of these encoders:

  • Intel Quick Sync H.264
  • NVidia NVENC
  • AMD VCE

To check the video card on your PC, go to the search box on the taskbar and search for “device manager.” In Device Manager, expand Display adapters.

Video cards that support NVidia NVENC include:

  • Most GeForce 600 series or later
  • Most Quadro K series or later

Please refer to NVIDIA NVENC Support Matrix for more details.

You always have the option to take a screenshot of your game, even if you don’t have one of these cards.

If your PC can’t record game clips, you’ll get a message like this when you try to make one:

Sorry, this PC doesn’t meet the hardware requirements for recording clips.

In that case, do one of the following:

  • Get the latest driver for your current video card (if your PC has more than one video card, make sure the drivers are up to date for both)
  • Install one of the video cards listed here

If your PC has multiple video cards and only one supports Game DVR, make sure you’re using the monitor connected to that card when you record your game.

If you have a supported video card whose driver is up to date and you still can’t record games, open Feedback Hub (a Windows 10 app) and add feedback so we can investigate.

for Original Source click Here

But i had all requirements on my Computer and i still get that error and this helped me to fix this issue.

1)Hold windows button and then press R to open RUN.
2)Type “regedit” and press enter
3)Go to HKEY_lOCAL_MACHINE/ SYSTEM/ CurrentControlSet/ Control
4)Change the entry PortableOperatingSystem from 1 to 0.
5) Reboot

 

 

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