I sat down last night my brain all fried and tried to compile a list of things to remember from the past week. Read my full post on PowerShell.org
Read my full post on PowerShell.org
Password policies are the best 😀 Sometimes they lead to account logouts when someone forgets to logout of a session somewhere on the network though. Read my full post on PowerShell.org
Often I have had to check something against all servers or clients. A classic problem and every time I run into the it it’s time consuming and running the job multithreaded would be nice. Read my full post on Powershell.org
Working with wifi I have often needed to do a survey of the surroundings, and therefor I loved that windows 7 (maybe even Vista) introduced more advanced netsh with wifi support. Read my full post on powershell.org
SURPRISE! We’re home. After having literally circled the globe we are now back where we started – and yet so far from it.
I’ll be honest. The task of coming back to a blog after 1 month of silence and having literally hundreds of stories and several thousand photos to chose from is overwhelming. So I will start slow and maybe there will be more and maybe there will be less. But here are pictures from Iceland, a country that is like a distilled version of everything Scandinavian
“Something has to change” I was sitting in the passenger seat of our small, Japanese rental car, halfway through a bag of 7-eleven chips, miscellaneous rapping paper scattered around my feet. We had been travelling for a month and all intentions of living healthy had pretty much gone out the window.
On request from Parents here’s a “little” picture-update on what we’ve been up to since we landed in The States. The reason we’ve been off the grid lately is that … well we have literally been off the grid. We bought a tent and have been living in The Great Outdoors (not really we stay at camp grounds, but it still counts!) for a couple of weeks now which has been both challenging and rewarding but more on that later (maybe). Now: PICTURES!
“Ahh, sorry I don’t think maybe you cannot go to The USA today” Said the Japanese lady at the check-in counter, polite as ever. My heart started racing as I realised I hadn’t thought about the fact that on my 3 prior trips to The States I always had a ticket out, and that it would be a problem if I couldn’t prove that we were in fact going to leave before our 90 days were up.