Windows

To view current proxy server settings.
Open a command prompt
Enter netsh winhttp show proxy


Use the following commands to configure proxy server settings.
Open a command prompt
Enter netsh winhttp set proxy myproxy**NOTE - myproxy is only a name, you can name the proxy what ever you choose.
Enter netsh winhttp set proxy myproxy:443 ';bar'
Enter netsh winhttp set proxy proxy-server='https=myproxy:88' bypass-list='*


Alternatively, if proxy settings have been previously configured inside of Internet Explorer, they can be imported into WinHTTP using the following command.
netsh winhttp import proxy source=ie
Proxy settings can be reset to default by entering the following command.
netsh winhttp reset proxy

repadmin /showrepl
repadmin /syncall
dcdiag
DCDIAG /TEST:DNS

ntdsutil
metadata cleanup
connections
connect to server oss
quit
select operation target
list domains
select domain 0
list sites
select site 1
list servers in site
select server 0
quit
remove selected server

 

Start -> Run -> dsa.msc
Start -> Administrative Tools -> Active Directory Users and Computers

Install latest VMware Tools
Install all outstanding Windows updates
Enable RDP for administrators. Do not require NLA.
Install latest .Net framework
Install NSClient
Install 7-zip. Do not associate with file types
Install WinDirStat
Install PuTTy
Install WinSCP
Adjust for best performance (graphics)
High performance power plan
Reset Administrator password to blank (Required for VMWare Guest Customisations)
Remove backup copies of patches
dism /online /cleanup-image /StartComponentCleanup /ResetBase
Install Root Certificates
Enable telnet client
Install Firefox
Install Notepad++

- From the Start menu click RUN Command
- type mstsc /console /v:nameserver or ip address of remote computer
for example: mstsc /console /v:192.168.0.10
Or
- type mstsc /console /v:nameserver or ip address of remote computer /admin
for example: mstsc /console /v:192.168.0.10 /admin
- Click OK

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