Things to Remember

This is Drac’s personal site to document the things that took me time to figure out that I do not want to forget in the future. It is a collection of Server Setup Guides for games, and personal notes, tips, and tricks for random projects that I am working on. Please let me know if you have any questions on the content.

This year I am migrating to a new site. I tried the Azure MCV WebApp for a while before trying Wix for the last two years. This year I am migrating to WordPress to see if I like it more or less than things I have done in the past. I will be working on moving my content over the next few weeks and getting back to adding things that I have set aside over the past year.

How do you get ahold of me if you have a question? You don’t. I’m pretty anti-social… But if you REALLY must reach me, I’m on discord (Drac346#0346). I have twitter that I use once a year (literally). But you never know, maybe I’ll see it and respond.

I moved over the Atlas post. It’s ugly and I hate it, but the content is there for the people that still visit this very old guide…

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  • Ubuntu Servers in Hyper-V

    Guide for running my game servers within Windows Hyper-V. The setup is pretty standard with one major excpetion Install Hyper-V Create a new blank VM In Hyper-V Manager, select the new VM and click Settings… Select Security, change the Tempalte drop-down to “Microsoft UEFI Certificate Authority” Save For the Linux install itself (using ubuntu as […]

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  • PowerShell – Building Session Durations from Event Logs

    Most of this script comes from AdamTheAutomator’s website, but I did make some improvements for my own needs that included a custom class and some adjustments to the PowerShell object. I have plans to modify this further so I can use it for larger automation activities.

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  • PowerShell – Using Query User output as an Object

    “Query User” is the perfect tool for administering multi-user systems when you want to see who is currently logged into a system. Open command prompt and type in the command. This command also works even at home when you are the only user of a computer.

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