Category Archives: Windows

Imprivata: Being Asked to Enroll Previously Enrolled Badges

First and foremost, I should note that this post will deal specifically with RFIDeas-brand proximity card readers. If you are seeing this problem with any other variety, hopefully I can provide some insight, but I won’t provide a fix. Additionally, this article¬†assumes that you entitle Imprivata users to enroll a single badge at a time, […]

Windows: KMS Not Auto-Licensing MS Office

So, you set up your KMS server and you activated the license key for your version of Office.¬† You ran the slmgr.vbs /dlv all command and confirmed that all is configured correctly there. You installed Office on your master image, pointed it at the proper KMS server, re-armed it for activation, and recomposed without ever […]

AutoHotkey: Using RunAs and RunWait

I recently stumbled into a problem while attempting to automate a process that required domain credentials while logged in as a local user. I could use RunWait to run the program, but it would fail unless I was a domain user. When I attempted to use RunAs and RunWait together, I was met with an […]

AutoHotkey: Adding Months to an Arbitrary Date

After the third or fourth time typing date += 1,months in a script and coming up empty, I decided I needed to implement this apparently nonexistent functionality. I did few Google searches for this purpose and was met with a similar lack of success, so I figured I’d share my results here. This function will […]

Windows: Visible Clock on Multiple Monitors

Prior to Windows 8, the multi-monitor taskbar was not even a native feature in the world of Microsoft. They have finally added it, but for whatever reason, did not make it possible to add a clock on the second monitor. I might find myself in the minority here, but for whatever reason, I instinctively want […]

Imprivata: Using Proximity Cards and Zero Clients

I have touched on the subject of troubleshooting zero clients for Imprivata usage before. However, I have been reminded in recent weeks about something I neglected to cover, and which probably deserves its own post anyway. I am referring to a commonly recurring problem that arises when one attempts to mix Imprivata, zero clients, and […]