External sender warning message

9 Nov




Meraki – Airprint across VLANS

26 Oct


Web based Internet connection tool

25 Oct


Player Connection Error – Plex Samsung TV

7 Oct

Set secure connections to disabled and this will resolve the issue for you 🙂


Screen Shot 2018-10-07 at 17.33.50

Delete icloud account from mac

22 Aug

Had an old mac which I couldn’t log into with a couple of accounts.

Lots of different scenarios around icloud acccounts but mine was I need to gain access to the mac and delete the old icloud account from the mac.

Enter recovery mode, I was using a windows keyboard so (Windows key +R)

Open Terminal and type “resetpassword”

Reset passwords for all of the accounts one of which had admin access

Logged in with reset account opened system preferences and reset icloud account password to local for the mac

Can now delete the account



Unsupported Hardware Windows

24 Jul


Add AUP to Windows Machine

23 Jul


If you are on a domain you can simply do this with group policy. If you are doing it on a machine you just log into locally you use the local group policy editor:
Start => Run => gpedit.msc
Computer Config => Windows Settings => Security Settings => Local Settings => Security Options

Interactive logon: Message text for users attempting to log on
Interactive logon: Message title for users attempting to log on

Meraki – Location Services Greyed Out

11 Jun


Get Dell Service Tag

8 Jun


RDP error “The function requested is not supported”

8 Jun

I had the same issue. I found the issue has to do with a Windows Update patch that was pushed out to my work station in last nights Windows Updates. There was a critical CVE (CVE-2018-0886) for RDP which required a patch to fix.

If you workstation is patched, but your server isn’t, your workstation will fail to connect.

Quoting from the following blog website with information about the issue, you’ve got three options:

  • Patch your target computer for CVE-2018-0886 (Recommended)
  • Enforce the Vulnerable parameter on the source computer (Not recommended)
  • Disable NLA on your target computer (Not recommended)

I didn’t have alternative access to the server(remote access only), so I had to chose Option 2 so I could go do the updates on the server.

I opened the start menu on my work station, searched for “group policy”, clicked Edit Group Policy. Then following Microsoft spec, Go to “Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System -> Credentials Delegation”, then :

  • Setting Encryption Oracle Remedation set to “Enabled”
  • In Options below, set “Protection Level: to Vulnerable