FIX: An error occured trying to connect the WSUS server by Bas Wijdenes

WSUS, the basics. During the weekend I updated all the servers at the customer. I expected everything to have gone well. On Monday morning I came to the office and found out that I had not updated the WSUS server itself. I then logged onto the server and then received this error message: An error … Continue reading FIX: An error occured trying to connect the WSUS server by Bas Wijdenes

FIX: Telnet not recognized internal or external command

Command Prompt and Telnet, the basics. I mainly use Telnet to test whether a port is open to a certain server or website. Suppose that e.g. port 25 is not open to an SMTP server, it cannot receive e-mails because e-mails go over port 25. This can deviate from port 25, but I will not … Continue reading FIX: Telnet not recognized internal or external command

TUTORIAL: Find Device model name and Serial number in the Command Prompt

Find device model You can’t find the right drivers or compatible hardware for your device because you don’t know the exact product name or BIOS serial number? There is a command to find the exact product name and BIOS serial number. Find Device model name and Serial number in the Command Prompt | find device model … Continue reading TUTORIAL: Find Device model name and Serial number in the Command Prompt

TUTORIAL: open a directory in Command prompt

Opening a directory with Command prompt could be useful for example: open a directory on a different computer or server. Or open a directory on a NAS for a back-up. This way you can program a script that will open this temporarily directory and write the back-up to this letter. If you’re using this code … Continue reading TUTORIAL: open a directory in Command prompt

TUTORIAL: How to turn your windows device in to a Wi-fi Hotspot

Turn your windows device in to a Wi-fi Hotspot to secure your own network. | wi-fi hotspot windows device Tutorial: – Open run and type in ‘cmd’. This will open a Command Prompt window.    – Now we’re in command prompt type in the following line: