Windows: Get Windows Feature Version/Release ID

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2 Ways to determine the Windows Feature Version / Release ID from commandline. With powershell
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Mail: Connect TLS encrypted to a smtp server by telnet

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the SMTP protocol is ASCII based. In the past, the SMTP protocol goes unencrypted over the wire means you can simply send emails by connecting to the SMTP port 25 and enter some SMTP commands via telnet:

michael@debdev ~ # telnet smtp.yourdomain.org 25
EHLO test.example.com
MAIL FROM:info@yourdomain.org
RCPT TO:receiver@receiversdomain.org
DATA
Subject: Testmessage
<ENTER>
<ENTER>
This is a test message. End with <ENTER><ENTER> and point

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QUIT

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Windows: Start WiFi/WLAN Network Connection Dialog from command line or C#

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to start the Windows Wireless Connection Dialog from a command shell use the following command line
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Powershell: Passing an array to a script at command line

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starting point is a simple powershell shell script testarray.ps1:
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VMware ESXi: A (incomplete) list of host commands Part 4

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check if a storage LUN attached to an ESXi supports VAAI
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