Upgrading Windows 7 Ultimate RC to Enterprise

I’m currently running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Build 7100 (the Release Candidate) on my work laptop, which happens to be a very nice Dell Latitude E6400; I looooove the backlit keyboard on this thing! Anyway, it’s been running fabulously for the past several months, but it’s time to upgrade to the Enterprise Edition RTM. It’s … Read moreUpgrading Windows 7 Ultimate RC to Enterprise

ATI HDMI Audio / Onkyo TX-SR606

Hey guys! I finally fired up my gaming computer, after leaving it unattended for over the better half of a year. I was itching to play some Fallout 3 again, and I just got a new wireless keyboard/mouse set from Logitech, and wanted to try it out! Unfortunately, the last time I hooked up my … Read moreATI HDMI Audio / Onkyo TX-SR606

AMT / ConfigMgr SQL Query: Mismatched Hostnames

In IT environments where device naming standards may be course, or where users can freely rename their systems at will, you may experience problems managing these clients’ AMT firmwares. Since, in order to maintain proper AMT functionality, the OS and AMT hostnames must match, an IT administrator or engineer would likely be interested in finding … Read moreAMT / ConfigMgr SQL Query: Mismatched Hostnames

Windows Server 2008 “Ghost” iSCSI Targets

If you’ve used iSCSI with the Windows 2008 iSCSI initiator, you may have noticed that on occasion, iSCSI targets will get “stuck” in the iSCSI initiator software. It doesn’t really hurt anything, but if it bothers you, you can remove these iSCSI target definitions in the registry. Open regedit, and find the following location: HKLMSystemCurrentControlSetControlClass{4D36E97B-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002B310318}000PersistentTargets … Read moreWindows Server 2008 “Ghost” iSCSI Targets

Windows Server 2008 "Ghost" iSCSI Targets

If you’ve used iSCSI with the Windows 2008 iSCSI initiator, you may have noticed that on occasion, iSCSI targets will get “stuck” in the iSCSI initiator software. It doesn’t really hurt anything, but if it bothers you, you can remove these iSCSI target definitions in the registry. Open regedit, and find the following location: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E97B-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002B310318}000\PersistentTargets … Read moreWindows Server 2008 "Ghost" iSCSI Targets