Monthly Archives: February 2014

Feb 28
2014

How to remove NetBIOS from Windows 8 & 8.1 like a bad tooth…

OK, in my last article I talked about the steps to perform to remove NetBIOS from Windows 7, so this time I’ll talk about removing it from Windows 8. Yes, Microsoft has even left this silly service enabled on it’s … Continue reading

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Feb 26
2014

How to execute NetBIOS with extreme prejudice…

Fact, there is a legacy protocol that comes enabled out of the box in every version of Windows I know of in use, and it’s called NetBIOS.  To me it is dangerous protocol because it divulges too much information to … Continue reading

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Feb 23
2014

Exporting and Importing Hyper-V guests…

“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe…” [laughs] attack systems firing on our Hyper-V guests beyond the shoulder of our firewalls, I watched photons underline the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. All those moments will be lost in time, like photons that … Continue reading

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Feb 22
2014

Autochk cannot run due to an error caused by a recently installed software package.

If you wish to skip this story and find the solution… just go to the “Here’s what I did to fix it:” section – otherwise carry on.  Also you can perform this fix on different versions of Windows as long … Continue reading

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