How to Create NIC Teaming With PowerShell

To create NIC teaming with PowerShell, follow this step-by-step tutorial: Step 1. Open PowerShell with elevated privileges Step 2. Execute the following command, new-NetLBFOTeam [TEAMNAME] “[NIC1]”, “[NIC2]” [TEAMNAME] the name of team of network adapters. [NIC1] the name of first NIC adapter. [NIC2] the name of second NIC adapter. Example: If you have two network ... Read more

How To Rename NIC Adapters with PowerShell

If you want to rename NIC adapters with PowerShell, follow this tutorial: Step 1. Open PowerShell with admin privileges Step 2. Execute the following command, Rename-NetAdapter -Name "<Old NIC Adapter Name>" -NewName "<New Adapter Name>" Example If you want to rename an old NIC Ethernet to a new name ManagementAdapter, the command should look like, Rename-NetAdapter ... Read more

How Do You Troubleshoot Sound Issues in Windows 10

If you have sound issues on Windows 10, follow this procedure to troubleshoot: Right-click the sound icon located in your system tray. Click 'Troubleshoot sound problems' and then follow the wizard. Alternative procedure to fix sound issues on Windows 10 If this doesn't help, follow the procedure listed here. Right-click windows icon and then click ... Read more

How To Delete a Folder Using Command Prompt of Windows

To delete a folder using command prompt of windows, follow this procedure. Open a command prompt (Press the windows icon key and R to open the run window). Type cmd and hit enter from the keyboard. On a command prompt, enter the following command and hit enter from the keyboard. Syntax: rmdir /s <complete path ... Read more

What is BitLocker in Windows

BitLocker is a feature of the Windows operating systems (Windows Vista and later) which is used to protect data by providing encryption to drives. It also helps to protect your system against unauthorized changes. BitLocker Requirements To run BitLocker, you need a PC running Windows Vista, 7 Ultimate, 7 Enterprise, 8.1 Pro, 8.1 Enterprise, or 10 ... Read more

Difference Between Hyper-V Checkpoint and System Restore Point in Windows

We all are aware of the existence of Hyper-V checkpoint and system restore point (a feature available inside every window's operating system). Apparently, they do the same thing but there is a small difference which I will explain in this article. Hyper-V Checkpoint vs. System Restore Point In a Hyper-V checkpoint, the state of the computer's entire ... Read more

List of Default Restrictions for Client Computers in Windows Server 2012 R2 Domain

When a new machine joined an Active Directory Domain on Server 2012 R2, some default restrictions are applied to the client unless the domain administrator has changed them. Windows Domain client default restrictions Here is the complete list: Network settings (Unchangeable) Executable files execution (Restricted) Date and time (Unchangeable) Timezone (Changeable) Desktop background (Changeable) C ... Read more