Windows: Switch back to Restore Point

Hi,

when you want list all restore points or you to switch back to a system restore point use the Windows System Restore Point GUI.

Start it with

C:> rstrui.exe

It shows you a Window where you can switch back to the latest restore point

or it gets you a list from all available restore points.

Michael

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Powershell: Import a module from a file

Hi,

you just want to test a module and don’t want to install or copy it to the Powershell Modules directories? It’s possible 🙂

For example the SpeculationControl module to query the speculation control (Spectre/Meltdown vulnerability) settings of your system.
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Windows: Get WLAN key(s)

Hi,

when the Password for a wireless connections is stored in Windows it can be red from command line.
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Windows: Error “2221 the username could not be found” occurs when connecting to a network drive

Hi,

let us assume we have an Network Share on Server myserver.mydomain.org. Server has IP Address 10.254.10.10.

accessing a share via IP Address works
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rsync: sync and backup examples

Hi,

rsync is a powerful tool for syncing or backup folders. This post describes the parameters I usually use.
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