Thursday, January 28, 2021

Windows DHCP and Static IP with dhcpstaticipcoexistence

 These Steps will setup a static IP address with DHCP as a default.

You can not do it from GUI

Open command prompt as Administrator

  1. Find out the interface name:

    netsh interface ipv4 show interface
  2. Enable dhcpstaticipcoexistence:

    netsh interface ipv4 set interface interface="interface name" dhcpstaticipcoexistence=enabled
  3. Add a static ip address to your interface

    netsh interface ipv4 add address "interface name"
  4. Use command 'ipconfig /all' to verify the static ip address is added. 


Friday, January 22, 2021

The Four Types of Work

The Four Types of Work


  1. Normal Work or Business Processes
  2. New Work or Business Projects
  3. Planned Changes to Business Processes
  4. Unplanned Work


Friday, January 15, 2021

Windows Key Shortcuts


  • Press the Windows key to enter the tiled Start screen.
  • The Windows key + M minimizes everything that's showing on the desktop.
  • The Windows key + E opens Explorer for quick access to folders.
  • On the Start screen, press the Windows key + D to instantly get to the desktop.
  • The Windows key + Tab opens a list of currently running programs.
  • The Windows key + Print Screen takes a screenshot and saves it in a Screenshots folder nested in your Pictures folder. 
  • To take a screenshot on a Windows 8 tablet, simultaneously press the Windows button and the volume-down button on the tablet chassis.
  • The Windows key + Q opens a global search menu. Type what you're looking for and where you would like to look.
  • The Windows key + W opens a search in your system settings to quickly locate and change system properties.
  • The Windows key + F opens a file and folder search.
  • The Windows key + Pause opens the system properties page to show you a quick rundown of your specs.
  • The Windows key + "," (that's the comma sign!) makes all current windows transparent, giving you a peek at the desktop as long as you hold down the Windows key.
  • The Windows key + "." (the period) snaps a window to the right or left side (toggling each time you press ".").
  • The Windows key + R prompts the Run command—useful for quickly launching apps and other routines with a command prompt.
  • The Windows key + X opens the Quick Access Menu, exposing system functionality such as the Command Prompt, Disk Management, File Explorer, Run, and more. Alternatively, you can right-click on the bottom right corner of the screen to spawn the Quick Access Menu.
  • The Windows key + I opens the settings menu, giving you quick access to the Control Panel, Personalization, and your Power button, among other features.
  • The Windows key + O locks orientation on devices with an accelerometer.