If you already had a look inside the Chrome folders on your Windows machine for sure you noticed that Chrome saves the preferences in a file under: C:\%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\ The file that contains the preferences is called Preferences and it is in JSON format. The best approach to extract the information that we need from that […]
In this video I’d like to show you how to use SNMP to monitor the disk space usage of the DELL KACE K1000 appliance using the new Asset Subtypes feature in conjunction with the Agentless feature. There is no more the need to use any 3rd party tools!!
Generally if you have installed the Windows OS using the distribution ISO you can notice that you have two partitions: one containing the OS and your data that occupies most of the disk space. another one that’s called the System Partition that is generally occupies 200MB. Capturing the image of a system with that partition schema […]
A customer, time ago, asked me more clarifications about how to join his scripted installed Windows 7 x64 to the domain and change the name to it as well in one go so I started to play a bit around with WSNAME and this is the solution that I suggested: Create a Scripted installation where […]
A PowerShell terminating error in a post-installation action will not make the K2000 task engine to ...
If a terminating error occurs in a PowerShell script used in a post-installation action the Dell KACE K2000 task engine will not spot it and will report that the task executed successfully despite the error. This is normal due to the fact that when such errors happen in the PowerShell engine the return code to […]
If you want to keep an eye on the status of your Windows services and get notified if something is not right you can use the Notifications feature of your Dell KACE K1000. If you want to know how you can read my new ITNinja article at: http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/how-to-create-a-k1000-notification-to-monitor-the-status-your-windows-services
I finally got some time to revise my old article about driver management in Dell Kace K2000 that I wrote more than one year and half ago when the version 3.4 of the K2000 was out. The driver management with 3.5 and 3.6 is much more simple and less ”obscure” than before. If you want […]