This is a nice flag added by Microsoft that will bypass the execution policy when you’re executing scripts from a file. When this flag is used Microsoft states that “Nothing is blocked and there are no warnings or prompts”. This technique does not result in a configuration change or require writing to disk.
This similar to the “Bypass” flag. However, when this flag is used Microsoft states that it “Loads all configuration files and runs all scripts. If you run an unsigned script that was downloaded from the Internet, you are prompted for permission before it runs.” This technique does not result in a configuration change or require writing to disk.
You can transfer the email accounts and messages for a particular domain, from one cPanel server to another, by following the steps below.
Let's call the domain yourdomain.com for example. Make sure that you have yourdomain.com added as Parked or Addon in cPanel at the destination server.
Transferring the email accounts
Open your preferred FTP client, connect to the hosting account where the email accounts/messages currently are and navigate to the etc/ folder (located under /home/cpaneluser/etc/). There you will see a folder named yourdomain.com (the name of the domain you want to transfer the accounts/messages for). Download this folder anywhere to your local computer. This folder contains the email addresses (server configuration setup, encrypted passwords, etc.) associated with the corresponding domain.
Now connect with your FTP client to the server where you want to transfer the accounts. Navigate again to the etc/ folder and upload the previously downloaded yourdomain.com folder.
With this, the transfer of the email accounts is completed.
Before proceeding with the messages transfer you should remove or rename the downloaded yourdomain.com directory on your local computer.
Transferring the email messages
Simply repeat the process from step 1. This time, however, you should navigate to the mail/ folder (located under /home/cpaneluser/mail/). Download the directory called yourdomain.com to your local computer. This directory contains the messages for yourdomain.com. After that connect to the other account where you want to transfer the messages and upload the folder yourdomain.com to the mail/ directory.
With this, the transfer of your email accounts and messages is completed.
Now you can access cPanel -> Email accounts of the destination hosting account and check your transferred emails.
Your DNS provider will be able to assist you with the MX record changes, so you can point the mail-flow for yourdomain.com to the new hosting server.
APIPA (Automatic Private IP Addressing) – Mechanism in a small network that clients will automatically allocated themselves an IP address in the range of 169.254.x.x if no DHCP server can be contacted.
It may be desirable to disable this and to do this perform the following:
Start the registry editor (Regedit.exe)
Move to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces
Select the required interface
From the Edit menu select New – DWORD value
Enter a name of IPAutoconfigurationEnabled and press Enter
Double click the new value and set to 0. Click OK
Close the registry editor
If you have multiple adapters and wish to disable for all just create and set HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\IPAutoconfigurationEnabled to 0.
Hyper-V can be enabled in many ways including using the Windows 10 control panel, PowerShell (my favorite) or using the Deployment Imaging Servicing and Management tool (DISM). This documents walks through each option.
Note: Hyper-V is built into Windows as an optional feature — there is no Hyper-V download.
Windows 10 Enterprise, Pro, or Education
64-bit Processor with Second Level Address Translation (SLAT).
CPU support for VM Monitor Mode Extension (VT-c on Intel CPUs).
Minimum of 4 GB memory.
The Hyper-V role cannot be installed on Windows 10 Home.
Upgrade from Windows 10 Home edition to Windows 10 Pro by opening up Settings > Update and Security > Activation.
If the command couldn't be found, make sure you're running PowerShell as Administrator.
When the installation has completed, reboot.
Enable Hyper-V with CMD and DISM
The Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool (DISM) helps configure Windows and Windows images. Among its many applications, DISM can enable Windows features while the operating system is running.
To enable the Hyper-V role using DISM:
Open up a PowerShell or CMD session as Administrator.
In Fall Creators Update, Quick Create expanded to include a virtual machine gallery that can be launched independently from Hyper-V Manager.
To create a new virtual machine in Fall Creators Update:
Open Hyper-V Quick Create from the start menu.
Select an operating system or choose your own by using a local installation source.
If you want to use your own image to create the virtual machine, select Local Installation Source.
Select Change Installation Source.
Pick the .iso or .vhdx that you want to turn into a new virtual machine.
If the image is a Linux image, deselect the Secure Boot option.
Select "Create Virtual Machine"
That's it! Quick Create will take care of the rest.
Windows 10 Creators Update
Open Hyper-V Manager from the start menu.
In Hyper-V Manager, Find Quick Create in the right hand Actions menu.
Customize your virtual machine.
(optional) Give the virtual machine a name.
Select the installation media for the virtual machine. You can install from a .iso or .vhdx file. If you are installing Windows in the virtual machine, you can enable Windows Secure Boot. Otherwise leave it unselected.
Set up network. If you have an existing virtual switch, you can select in the network dropdown. If you have no existing switch, you will see a button to set up an automatic network, which will automatically configure a virtual network.
Click Connect to start your virtual machine. Don't worry about editing the settings, you can go back and change them any time.
You may be prompted to ‘Press any key to boot from CD or DVD’. Go ahead and do so. As far as it knows, you're installing from a CD.
Congratulations, you have a new virtual machine. Now you're ready to install the operating system.
Your virtual machine should look something like this:
Note: Unless you're running a volume-licensed version of Windows, you need a separate license for Windows running inside a virtual machine. The virtual machine's operating system is independent of the host operating system.
Right click at Start button > click Command Prompt (Admin) > at the flashing prompt, copy/paste this……. sfc /scannow
> press Enter. It will take quite sometime. When finished, it will give you one of the 3 reports……………(paraphrasing) 1. No integrity violation. 2. Found corrupt files and repair successful. 3. Found corrupt files but unable to repair.
If the report is #1, your solution lies elsewhere. If the report is #2, check if your problems have been resolved. If the report is #3, use this method……………. In the same Command Prompt (Admin) windows, copy and paste this command………..