How to restore, or recover, an accidentally deleted OX context. If you’ve accidentally deleted an Open-Xchange context (contextid), then that is bad… Here is how to recover a deleted OX context and filestore… Assuming you make backups of course.Read More »How to restore a deleted Open-Xchange context?
PC retrogaming how-to for 64-bit Windows – and Linux!
We all love old games. Here is how to play old games on Windows 10 or Linux using DOSBox. Classic games that are worth your time, all for the fun!Read More »How to play old games on Windows 10 with DOSBox
Find all files from one owner in Windows using PowerShell
In Windows, you sometimes need to find all files owned by a specific user. Recursively on your Windows Server NTFS file system. PowerShell has some nice cmdlets and features to automate this task for you. Here you’ll find example PowerShell scripts to find and list files owned by a specific user…Read More »PowerShell: find all files owned by a particular user
The WordPress comment system can be a bless for your blog, because of the user interaction. However, when the WordPress comment option is abused by spammers, it becomes a real pain in the “@ss”. With thousands spam reactions, disabling -and removing- WordPress comments is the only way to go. Here is how to disable WordPress comments in both the WordPress Dashboard interface and in your MySQL database.Read More »How to disable WordPress comments