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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. Outlook 2010 – How to find your Exchange address

    Open Outlook Click on File Click on Account Settings Click Account Settings Select the mailbox you would like to retrieve the Exchange address of and select Change Your Exchange address is titled under the Server field …


  2. Ubuntu – How to do a Distribution Upgrade

    Launch a Terminal Type in: sudo apt-get update (this will ping all the upgrade mirrors to determine if they are live and what upgrade packages are available) Once completed – type in: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade (this will start pooling down the various packages to do a distribution upgrade. Keep in mind – apt-get update will just do an update within the same distribution). Note: Ubuntu now has an Update Manager that is available by launching...…


  3. Skyrim – Data files greyed out on Launcher

    Open My Computer/Computer Navigate to: C:Users{your user name}DocumentsMy GamesSkyrim Right click SkyrimPrefs.ini and Open with – Notepad Navigate to the: [Launcher] section Add this line: “bEnableFileSelection=1” (without quotes) Press File & Save. …


  4. Windows 7 – How to delete users profiles

    Click on Start Right click Computer Select Properties. Click Advanced System Settings. Under – User Profiles select Settings Choose the profile you would like to Delete Select Delete …


  5. Windows 7 – Authentication prompt for cached credentials in a domain environment

    In order to fix this – you need to close all Internet Explorer windows. Open Credential Manager (start type in: Credential Manager) Under Windows Credentials – select & remove all associated Username & Passwords Once removed log the user out and get the user to login again. They should now be able to access the Intranet & Internet. Note: I have come across this when the users – password has reached expiry so when attempting to...…