Recovering UVM Silk and Zoo Files and Folders on MacOS

...backup was run. Backups are stored for up to 3 months. You will now need to navigate through the backup and select which files and folders you wish to recover. To view a list of these files and folders, use the “ls” command (LS), then press Enter. If you are... Read more [...]

Recovering UVM Silk and Zoo Files and Folders on Windows

...stored for up to 3 months. You will now need to navigate through the backup and select which files and folders you wish to recover. To view a list of these files and folders, use the “ls” command (LS), then press Enter. If you are trying to recover a file... Read more [...]

Check Disk for Windows

...The Check Disk command (chkdsk in the command line) is used to find and automatically fix errors in the Windows file system. Check Disk can sometimes fix strange Windows problems, as well as boot problems. Check Disk can be used in all versions of Windows; the command is the... Read more [...]

Troubleshooting Offline Files

...robocopy, or PowerShell: PowerShell Copy-Item \\winfiles1.campus.ad.uvm.edu\rallycat\MyDocs -destination c:\temp\MyDocsCopy -recurse -force XCOPY command xcopy \\winfiles1.campus.ad.uvm.edu\rallycat\MyDocs c:\temp\MyDocsCopy /S Reset the Offline Files cache I’ve described the procedure to reset the Offline Files cache previously. Please note that this will reset the cache for all users of the computer. If there are multiple... Read more [...]

Troubleshooting Offline Files

...cache, rather than the live network folder. Copy the contents of the Documents folder to a local folder, e.g., C:tempMyDocsCopy. You can do this within File Explorer, or use a command-line tool like xcopy, robocopy, or PowerShell: PowerShell Copy-Item \winfiles1.campus.ad.uvm.edujshmoeMyDocs -destination c:tempMyDocsCopy -recurse -force XCOPY command xcopy \winfiles1.campus.ad.uvm.edujshmoeMyDocs c:tempMyDocsCopy /S... Read more [...]

Recovering Deleted Items – Outlook for Web (OWA)

...of mission critical messages. Jump ahead to the documentation you’re looking for: Accidentally Deleted Mail Accidentally Deleted Folders Using “Recover deleted items” Accidentally Deleted Messages If you simply accidentally delete a message, you can easily click on your “Deleted Items” folder, select any message(s) that you wish to move. You... Read more [...]

Netsh – How to reset Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) [Windows all versions]

.../release and /renew from the administratively granted command prompt (Ctrl + Shift + enter) 4) Ran ipconfig /flushdns from the administratively granted command prompt (Ctrl + Shift + enter) You can open the command prompt with elevated privileges, (run as administrator) and simply enter the following command: “netsh winsock reset”... Read more [...]

Email Attachment size limits – Exchange

...HTML Help .cmd DOS CP/M Command File, Command File for Windows NT .com Command .cpl Windows Control Panel Extension (Microsoft) .crt Certificate File .csh csh Script .der DER Encoded X509 Certificate File .exe Executable File .fxp FoxPro Compiled Source (Microsoft) .gadget Windows Vista gadget .hlp Windows Help File .hta Hypertext... Read more [...]

Forwarding Full Mail Headers

...resides. In the menu that appears select View Source. A text file opens with the headers and source code of the message. Command-A to select all text in the text file. Command-C to copy all the text. You can now paste (Command-V) the copied text into an email. MS Outlook... Read more [...]

How-to – TPM configuration and troubleshooting

...select Uninstall. 2. Open an elevated (as administrator) PowerShell prompt 3. Run the following command: pnputil –e | select-string ‘Broadcom’ -context 2 4. Look for the published name value, which will have the form OEMxx.inf 5. Using that value, run the following command: pnputil –d OEMxx.inf 6. Now select Scan... Read more [...]