Author: Aghazair Abdıyev

How To Delete User Profiles in Windows

How To Delete User Profiles in Windows 7/8/10 I’ll tell you in this post about the right and wrong ways to delete user profiles from the machine. Whenever a user logs on to a Windows computer, a folder with a profile inside the C: \ Documents and Settings directory is created for this user. If you want to delete any of these user profiles, you cannot simply delete the folder with the user profile C: \ Documents and Settings \ user_name, since the registry will contain various parameter records from this profile, which can lead to problems in the...

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How to use Problem Steps Recorder

How to use Problem Steps Recorder One of the most useful new products in Windows 7,8,10 for those who are engaged in troubleshooting issues with desktop systems: Windows Problem Steps Recorder. How can this feature be useful for you? Anyone who has worked in technical support undoubtedly knows how difficult it is to communicate with a user who simply cannot correctly explain his problems hindering his work. This problem is exacerbated when the user is at some remote branch or point, and we cannot just work on his PC to see what the problem is. Windows 7,8,10 includes a...

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How To Run Windows Update From Command Line

How To Run Windows Update From Command Line in Windows OS  You did not know that you can install and manage updates for Windows from the command line? Then read this article, it will be interesting to you. Windows update If you download software updates from the Microsoft Update catalog located at, you can download and install updates from the command line using the Windows Update Stand-alone Installer utility (Wusa.exe). For example, if the .msu file “Update for Windows Server 2008 (KB947562)” is named X86-all-windows6.0-kb947562-x86_6ff6b13433eba0503ffcd8e47e1daefac3dc83b4.msu, you can install this update manually using the following command: wusa x86-all-windows6.0-kb947562-x86_6ff6b13433eba0503ffcd8e47e1daefac3dc83b4.msu /...

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What process is using TCP port in Windows

What process is using TCP port in Windows It often happens that the system administrator needs to quickly determine which program / process uses a specific TCP port on a Windows server. Many use third-party utilities for this, for example, TCPView from Rusinovich. However, Windows Server 2008 (like earlier distributions of Windows Server OS) can give you this information using built-in commands. To determine which process uses the tcp port you need in Windows Server, you use a combination of standard netstat and tasklist The specified command will display information about network connections at the port level: Netstat -a...

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How to view user privileges

How to view the list of user rights on Windows 7,8,10   When you troubleshoot client computers, it is often useful to review a list of all user rights. This is especially useful if you use group policies to assign rights to end users on the network by configuring policy settings that are in the Configuration / Windows Settings / Security Settings / Local Policies / User Rights Assignment path. In Windows Server 2003,2008,2012, it is very simple to display the privileges of the current user. Simply open the command line and enter whoami / all, and you will...

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