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Ubuntu – Add Keyboard Shortcut for line in

Ubuntu – Add Keyboard Shortcut for line in

I use the line in connection on my desktop to route audio for sources other than my PC to the speaker system attached to my computer. For whatever reason, this is still annoyingly cumbersome, even in 2018. For years, I’ve done this by using Alsamixer, a command line mixer. This is fine enough, I guess, but I wanted something a bit more intuitive. The finished result shows the screen popup below, and is triggered by a key combination that executes a script.

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VMware Horizon Workspace – Part 3 – Configure VMware vPostgres External Database

VMware Horizon Workspace – Part 3 – Configure VMware vPostgres External Database

In this post I’ll show in detail how to configure Horizon Workspace to use an external database during the install process.  This post is part of a series showing how to configure VMware Horizon Workspace in a production environment. You’ll need an external database to have multiple service virtual appliances, so this should be a requirement for your environment.  This process was suprisingly not trivial for me, however it could have something to do with the fact that I haven’t used postgres sql in the past.

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Update: Exchange 2010 – Bulk Mailbox Migration In Batches (The Right Way)

Update: Exchange 2010 – Bulk Mailbox Migration In Batches (The Right Way)

In June I added a post on how to migrate exchange 2010 mailboxes to an Exchange 2010 DAG in a controlled fashion. Since then I’ve completely restructured the script and made it an all-in-one solution.

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Disable Multiple Services using Powershell

Disable Multiple Services using Powershell

Over the past few months I’ve been doing a lot of work that’s required me to get into the Services control panel on Windows Server.  While it’s fairly easy to get in and change the status of one service using the windows services control panel (WIN+R, Services.msc), it gets annoying when you need to do this multiple times, and even worse if you need to take action on multiple services.

Fortunately, powershell gives us the ability to do this very easily.

Here’s how:

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