Tag: Windows 10

Running Linux inside Windows 10 with Visual Studio Code

Like most of the users in the world, I’m running a Managed Window 10 client, we enforce many polices such as applocker and more to enforce policies. This can sometimes be an problem when working with developer tools. Due to this problem businesses often look the other way when it comes to developers and their…



Invoking commands on remote machines – FAST

Invoking commands remotely on machines is something we must do from time to time, in many scenarios speed is a critical factor as the remote command could be in response to anything from a incident to security breach. Speed combined with large environments in the cloud with many clients/servers deallocated often makes this a difficult…



Troubleshoot TPM issues

The TPM-chip plays a bigger role today when devices need to be more secure. TPM is a small chip on the motherboard that stores RSA encryption keys, these keys are specific to your hardware. During the last year I’ve noticed 2 different types of errors regarding the TPM-chip and that’s why I’m going to describe…



Basic Troubleshooting in Windows 10

In my role I receive a lot of incidents that needs to be solved. My mission is firstly to restore the service back to normal. Once the service is back to normal we can look at making any further changes so that the incident won’t happen again. In this post I will focus my troubleshooting…



Powershell in the Cloud – Part 1 – Azure Automation – Managing your Infrastructure from the Cloud

I recently held a talk about Powershell in the Cloud in Powershell User Group Sweden, this 3 part series is an attempt to refine and expand on that talk. The series will focus on the functionality rather than the code behind it as I want the content to be accessible for not anyone, whether you…



ClickOnce application suddenly blocked by AppLocker Group Policy

INTRODUCTION With the release of the Windows 7 and corresponding server operating system, the AppLocker technology has become a quintessential tool for system administrators to utilize. Thanks to it, administrators can restrict or allow end-users to run certain applications based on its publisher value, file path or even its unique file hash, all within an…




5 Things I check after I’ve installed Microsoft Edge Dev (Chromium)

Many of you probably already know that Microsoft have released their new Microsoft Edge built on Chromium as a Development-build for the public so we can try it out. As usual when it comes to new things we want to personalize it, so I would like to share my first 5 things that I customize…



Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 1903

Citrix announced their new release Virtual Apps and Desktops 1903 on 28th of March and it contains a lot of interesting changes in all categories along with a long list of fixed issues. I will cover two of the changes in this blog-post which I found extra interesting, and that I would recommend you looking…



Easily analyse your memory dumps

Recently I stumbled over a great application for debugging your system while trying to examine a memory dump. The application is named WinDbg Preview and is distributed by Microsoft themselves and serves several purposes for debugging Windows operating systems. WinDbg Preview is a modernized version of WinDbg and extremely easy to use! With WinDbg Preview…