There have been a couple instances where I’ve needed to unlock the system account, or various other caregiver accounts in Allscripts ProEHR.
Something that bit me in the butt back at the release of Server 2016, and I can laugh now, is the Group Policy Logon Script Delay “feature”. I lost a few hours trying to figure out why my GPO user logon scripts I was created weren’t seemingly running even though RSOP told me they were. Turns out, Server 2016 and newer implement a delay on user Group Policy scripts for performance reasons (quicker logon/user experience).
Here’s a great Powershell script to clear Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer cache on GitHub: https://github.com/lemtek/Powershell/blob/master/Clear_Browser_Caches
Batch script to check status of a service and start if it is not running.
Disk performance counters were disabled by default in Server 2012 R2 and onward due to performance reasons in collecting the disk metrics. Only enable these when troubleshooting disk performance and do not leave enabled.
While testing my site against Google PageSpeed Insights, I saw that some of the images could be optimized per their recommendations.
I personally prefer having a single column blog page listing my posts on the Twenty Seventeen WordPress theme.
Worked out some stuff to load RVU’s into Vision Informix database. Figured I’d document what I did.