My new blog. Coming soon. Welcome to my new blog/web site. Guess it's a little of both. Or neither. I thought I would work on some content before going live and even then gradually publish entries. In addition to everything else I'm also trying to learn WordPress.
Classic For the record I am in fact not old enough to get that reference. The reference to the folder junction what's your function not to the Captain America meme specifically because that what's-your-function thing..is..from...a..70s...forget it. I've been planning to have my own emulation setup for a long time now. Actually made quite a lot … Continue reading Folder junction, what’s your function
Note: the below was written and left in a draft state nearly six months ago. It's probably a better idea to delete it and write something from scratch. Instead, I'm just going to post it. It's a little background on my prior windows automated installation experience. Also this entirely about XP/2003. This project is indirectly … Continue reading Windows auto-installing: background and introduction
This is a follow up post to my several prior posts about both Hyper-V 2019 as an OS, using the Hyper-V hyper-visor for virtualization and my server hardware of choice the Dell R520. This post will act as both re-write and follow-up to my previous post about Hyper-V 2019. I'm going to just leave the … Continue reading Hyper-V 2019, on a R520
This is the second part of a multi-part entry about a utility I wrote called advib. You can find the prior part (and eventual 3 or more parts) as well as any other advib-related entries under the advib tag. This is where I will try and dissect exactly how advib works, possibly line-by-line. The program … Continue reading advib part 2: dissection
I have been playing on and off with some form of Hyper-V Server 2019 for a few years now. Note: I worked on this post over a really long time and it's become something of a mess. It's less of a guide and more of a random reference for later. Hyper-V Server in particular is … Continue reading Server 2019 management
Update: As it turns out I inadvertently published this post too soon but I already got a comment on it. So I'm going to fix what typos I can find and perhaps finish it as a "part 1". Part 2 coming soon. The Defcon trip has been an eclectic mix of lines, junk food and … Continue reading Defcon 2019 Adventure
I got home from work last night around 9:00 to a house sitting 85 degrees F. That's hot in case you couldn't tell. So apparently my AC is out. I opened some windows, turned on some ceiling fans and left a box fan in one of the windows over night to cool it off. And … Continue reading The Good news and the Bad News (Meta #5)