Netlogon.log, where is it, how to enable it

If you need to troubleshoot network authentication or communication issues on Windows computer, netlogon service can provide useful log, but it must be enabled first. How do I enable netlogon service logging Open Comand Prompt as an administrator and use following command: Nltest /DBFlag:2080FFFF Where do I find the log file Every netlogon-related activity should now be writen in “%windir%\debug\netlogon.log”.(usually C:\windows\debug\netlogon.log) If nothing shows up … Continue reading Netlogon.log, where is it, how to enable it

Enable and disable STP on HP switch

If you are like me and just need to know how to switch spanning-tree protocol on or off and struggle to google simple answer, I hope you found this article. Connect to cli. You can find out if spanning-tree protocol is enabled or disabled by using this command: show span Enable STP config spanning-tree write-memory Disable STP config no spanning-tree write-memory Continue reading Enable and disable STP on HP switch

Warface: Tips for playing medic in PVP

Here are some tips I gathered over the years playing as medic. Who to revive first When you see two or more of your teammates dead on the ground, always check if one of them is medic and revive him/her first. The resurrected medic can immediately revive another teammate. If you can’t tell who is medic by appearance, look for red circle on the body, … Continue reading Warface: Tips for playing medic in PVP

RBD Health Alarm in vSphere Client – what’s up with that?

My vSphere Client freaked me out with red warning saying “RBD Health Alarm“. This was a new one for me so I tried to search the internet for clues. I found out it has something to do with Autodeployment, which I have no experience with. I clicked on “Menu” and then on “Auto Deploy“. On the “Software Depots” tab I found error message which was … Continue reading RBD Health Alarm in vSphere Client – what’s up with that?

No internet – enter a SIM PIN2 to unlock the mobile broadband device

My HP laptop had some internet connectivity issues. When I ran the Windows 10 Network Diagnostics, it sugested my SIM card is locked for some reason. Thats not the case though. The problem was caused by the Npcap Loopback Adapter, which you can see in the picture. Its a part of Wireshark installation. Right-click it and disable it, or uninstall it from the computer altogether. … Continue reading No internet – enter a SIM PIN2 to unlock the mobile broadband device