Every once is a while I do a quick Internet search of my name. If you’ve never done it, it can be fun and enlightening. And sometimes it can be maddening. To wit, I found this page about me today. Mitch Garvis Net Worth 2018: Wiki-Bio, Married, Dating, Family, Height, Age, Ethnicity (networthpost.org)Now let me … Continue reading I Want My Money!
I am not going to lie. It is good to be back in Canada. It was a stressful return, but most of it is now behind me, and I can relax.A couple of weeks ago a friend came to visit (and brought my Princess Sophie to me!). She has lived most (or all) of her … Continue reading Welcome to Canada! Welcome to Second Rate Customer Service
“Hey Mitch, I always hear you talk about running PowerShell against remote computers. How do I do that?”There are several different ways to do this, depending on what exactly you want to do.PreparationWe cannot simply create a machine and start working on it remotely. We have to enable remote management by first enabling PowerShell Remoting. … Continue reading PowerShell From Afar
A close friend and former colleague recently gave me the nickname “Mr. No GUI.” Why? I am big believer in Windows Server Core. I do not believe there should be a GUI on a Windows Server unless it is being used as a desktop. That does not mean that we all have to become command … Continue reading Where’s my RSAT?
**DISCLOSURE: While I am contracted to Microsoft Corporation, I am not an employee. The articles that I write are not meant to represent the company, nor are they meant to represent me as an employee or spokesman for the company. As has always been the case, all articles on this website represent me and nobody … Continue reading When?
** WARNING: This article contains explicit and disturbing subject matter and images. Before opening the article be aware, and do not do so if you may be sensitive to images of extreme violence.**DISCLOSURE: While I am contracted to Microsoft Corporation, I am not an employee. The articles that I write are not meant to represent … Continue reading When To Ignore vs. When To Act
We have all heard the saying: “Home is where you hang your hat.” I have lived that way for my adult life. Since turning 21 I have lived in six places in Israel, four in Montreal, 3 in the Greater Toronto Area, two in Japan, two in Ottawa, and am now on my third apartment … Continue reading When Are You Coming Home?
**Note to my readers: I love the city of Tampa. I love the people there, the culture, the scenery, the food, and of course the cigar scene. This piece says many unflattering things, and I want to be clear that none of these is intended as a slight to the beautiful city, but rather to … Continue reading Lord Stanley’s Cup Goes Home
**DISCLOSURE: While I am contracted to Microsoft Corporation, I am not an employee. The articles that I write are not meant to represent the company, nor are they meant to represent me as an employee or spokesman for the company. As has always been the case, all articles on this website represent me and nobody … Continue reading When Will Windows 11 Drop?
A few days ago, a former student emailed me the most unfortunate question.I have been an IT trainer for fifteen years. For much of that time, and with few exceptions, I have been giving out my personal contact information. I have always told my students that even though the class is over, I am still … Continue reading Don’t Do It…
I did my best to not call too much attention to the fact that Tampa was $18,000,000 over the salary cap for their Stanley Cup run. Kucherov is happy to call attention to it. Donning any-shirt that reads ‘$18M Over The Cap’ he poses with the Stanley Cup. I have said on Facebook what a … Continue reading Kucherov Proud to Cheat
Have a great one!
As I have every game day for over a month now, I arrived at my cigar lounge over an hour before game time. I was wearing my Habs jersey and cap; I hung my Habs flag on the door; I got a tumbler for the bottle of single malt whisky I brought (last night it … Continue reading A Nod to a Great Run