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luke.geek.nz


An IT Engineer with a love for all things IT including (but not limited to), Microsoft Azure, Automation and Service Management!


  1. Setup Parental Control on a TP-Link ADSL router

    In this example I am using a – TD-W8960N. I am only going to give you a brief outline on how to set this up as various people need various settings – however it is extremely easy to utilise and doesn’t require a router restart to take effect. First navigate to the routers administration page – open your internet browser and navigate to: 192.168.1.1 On the left hand side Menu select Advanced Setup Select Parental...…


  2. How to WOL an entire IP range

    WOL (Wake on Lan) functions – can be extremely useful especially in remote management and deployment of resources. I have come across a neat little free utility named: SoftPerfect Network Scanner which although being freeware comes with a manner of useful functionality from small to large WANs so I recommend to anyone having a flick through the utility. First download the utility – SoftPerfect Network Scanner and save to an easily locatable location – ie...…


  3. How to export Squarespace content

    Export content from Squarespace   1. Log into your SquareSpace site Change into Structure Editing Mode Select configure this page to edit the page settings Scroll all the way to the bottom of the Journal Page Configuration options to Data Export and click Export Blog Data This will download a .export.txt.html file, which is actually a Moveable Type formatted HTML file representing your Journal page, including Content, Authors, and Comments.   Import to WordPress  ...…


  4. Using Powershell to gain full access to an Exchange mailbox

    PowerShell command: Add-MailboxPermission “Mailbox Name” -User name -AccessRights FullAccess …


  5. The differences between Hosted & Distributed Branchcache

    Branchcache is one of those things – that can either be a blessing or a curse depending on how your network is setup. Supported by Windows 7/Windows 8 & Server 2008 R2/Server 2012 – Branchcache is one of those technologies that I believe should be setup as default from the start – especially in larger organisations or enterprises. First off – Branchcache is a method of “transparent caching” popular files from a network share to...…