I noticed, while reviewing my logs, that I still get masses of “Audit Success” entries in the Security logs. What I mean is 30+ entries every second, seems an insane number to me, even more so as they were all the 4799 event. I mean so a membership was successfully enumerated? Okay move on, but these entries were now in the tens of thousands.
Much hunting round and I found that since Windows 7, I think, logging of successful events is now on by default. So unless you find the process/Service ID GUID of the services triggering the event and turning them off individually or setting them to “Failure”, which would take weeks trying to remove them you’re stuck, well unless your knowledge of audit policy commands is very good.
So welcome to this Superuser.com article, or rather question and answer, to help you out.
Sneak peak is to run this command: auditpol /set /subcategory:"Filtering Platform Connection" /success:disable /failure:enable To disable successful Credential Manager reads, another frequently logged event, use: auditpol /set /subcategory:"Credential Validation" /success:disable /failure:enable
The longer version is to read the article and find out how to remove other event types. Either way I’m now down to four or six “Audit Success” events being logged every couple of minutes, and those 4799 events that hid a load of other information are gone now. Woohoo
By default WPS is disabled on the 8900AX, so if you need to connect a device, TV, printer etc, using WPS then you will have to go into the Configuration menu and enable it.
This can be found under the Configuration->Wireless 2.4G->Security menu.
Select the “Enable” value for the “WPS” combo, under “WPS Setup”.
Ensure that the “Add Client” option is set to “Use STA PIN”.
Make sure that the “PIN” value is blank.
Leave all other options at their default settings.
Once this is done all you need to do, to connect the device using WPS, is to press the WPS button on the router, for around a second, and then perform the equivalent activity on the device you want connected.
Sometimes you don’t want to run an RDP session full screen but you do want to want to make use of the real estate more than the default RDP settings allow you to choose. Using the RDP panel you can only select set values from the slider control, there isn’t the ability to be fully flexible.
So you have to customise your RDP session but this time using notepad instead. Generally your RDP session will load its default values from the Default.rdp file, held in your “My Documents” folder. So edit this and change the following two lines to whatever value you want, from the 1920×1080 defaults, in my case.
Rules failing to run? No message other than cannot move to folder displayed? Then, if it’s not a corrupt PST file, it could be down to a registry setting. After scanning and fixing up the PST files, using PSTSCAN, I still could move items to the offline folders. But the following allowed me to get back to working:
Open the Run window by clicking ‘Windows+R’ keys together, and then type regedit. The Registry Editor window gets displayed. Locate the ‘PSTDisableGrow’ registry key by browsing to the following location: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook\PST Right-click ‘PSTDisableGrow’, and click Edit. In the Edit DWORD (32-bit) Value box, replace the Value data 1 to 0, and then click OK.
So you’re typing away in Word, when you notice that the display hasn’t refreshed! But now you’ve stopped typing and you can see the sentence unfold infront of your eyes! What gives?
I’m not sure what causes the issue to occur in the first place at all, I’ve now had it happen twice. But the fix is relatively straight forward, if time consuming, especially if you have a slow internet connection I’m afraid.
Fire up the Windows Control Panel App and go the Programs section. From there click on the Programs and Features link and it should now display all the software installed on your PC. Scroll down to the office program, “Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2019”, in my case, and click on it. The menu should now show the three options: Organise, Uninstall and Change, it’s this last we want. Click on that and go for the “Online Repair” option and then click the “Repair” button, eventually it will come back and say it’s finished. And so far, well two out of two times, it’s fixed the lagging display issue.
Or how to run a command with elevated privileges on Windows.
Tried to run a chkdsk this morning via a Windows account that wasn’t in the Administrators group and found out that I couldn’t do so. This was when I chanced, by searching t’internet, upon the Control (Ctrl), Shift and Enter magic key combination, never heard of this! Using these keys, instead of just Enter, runs the selected command with Admin privileges, fab!
Trying to find a file by filename and file type and getting matches that include the filename and type as well? Windows 10 search seems to have taken a step backwards by being “helpful” in search file contents and filenames, or types, when you use the search box.
Then you need to use the “name” keyword in the quick search box. The name option has two ways of being used:
“name: web.config” This does what you don’t want! i.e. it returns files that contain the words “web” and “config”, but it doesn’t return files that have file contents including those words.
“name:= web.config” This command will return only matches for “web.config” nothing else.