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It can get a bit confusing. The below website summarizes the server releases. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/get-started/windows-server-release-info There are two servicing models for Windows server – a long term servicing channel and a semi annual channel. The Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) is like the old server releases of 2008, 2012 etc. They are major releases that are…

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One way to hide an application from Add/Remove programs is by settings a SystemComponent registry key for the application in the Uninstall path. For 32-bit applications, the Uninstall path can be found at: Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall For 64-bit applications, the Uninstall path can be found at: Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall Inside the Uninstall path, find the application you want to…

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The easiest way to block the Windows 11 update on a Windows 10 system is by adding a policy via the Registry. In HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, navigate to SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows Create a new Key named WindowsUpdate Add the following items in the WindowsUpdate key: REG_DWORD named TargetReleaseVersion with a value of 1 REG_SZ named TargetReleaseVersionInfo with a value…

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Windows 11 introduced new system requirements for the operating system. Two of these requirement checks, TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot, can be bypassed during installation from a bootable ISO. To bypass the TPM 2.0 or Secure Boot check(s) while in the installation screen, press SHIFT + F10 and a command window will open. Bypass TPM 2.0 Check REG ADD…

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The following powershell command will return make and serial number of a monitor connected to the computer. gwmi WmiMonitorID -Namespace root\wmi | ForEach-Object {($_.UserFriendlyName -ne 0 | foreach {[char]$_}) -join “”; ($_.SerialNumberID -ne 0 | foreach {[char]$_}) -join “”} Reference: WmiMonitorID class – Win32 apps | Microsoft Docs

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