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How to clean install Windows 10 Pro (OEM) over Windows 10 Home (OEM)

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When you buy a computer that comes with Windows 10 Home OEM preinstalled it is not that easy to install a Windows 10 Professional OEM license you bought separately. You can’t just open the DVD and click setup. In this article I will explain how you can install Windows 10 Professional in just a few steps.

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How to install drivers for the Apple USB Ethernet adapter on Windows

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When laptops get thinner and thinner for every new generation less ports physically fit on the machines. That’s why adapters is starting to become a standard companion in the bag. But they won’t always work right out of the box if. I have written a guide on how to install the drivers for the Apple USB Ethernet Adapter on a Windows machine. Read on!

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How to install the Disk Cleanup utility without Desktop Experience – Windows Server 2008/2012

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Oddly enough the Disk Cleanup tool in Microsoft Windows Server is not installed by default. And if you want to use it the whole Desktop Experience package needs to be installed on your server, which many of us want to avoid. I have written a small guide on how to avoid all that and still be able to use Disk Cleanup. Read on!

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Export Computer Accounts From AD To CSV With PowerShell

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Sometimes you need to have a list of all computer accounts in your or your customers Active Directory. And there is no good way to export that data from the GUI. To make this easy I have created a PowerShell script that exports all the computer accounts from an OU of your choice or from the whole domain. Read more after the break.

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How to remove the default database in Exchange 2013

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When you install a new Exchange server you may want to remove the default database because of different reasons. Even if you moved the mailboxes visible in ECP this error message will probably show up when you try to delete it: “This mailbox database contains one or more mailboxes, mailbox plans, archive mailboxes, public folder mailboxes or arbitration mailboxes, Audit mailboxes.” I will go through how to solve this and remove the default mailbox database in Exchange 2013.

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