Change default profile folder Location

Some times we can´t control what users have in profiles so we need to avoid that the %systemroot% be with no space available.

We can change the default location to another disk. To do it we can change in registry, “ProfilesDirectory” Location.

SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList]


Just change it to the location that you pretend such as “d:\users”.

Hope that this can be useful.

HITACHI HDLM Command Prompt

Some times GUI are very useful but other times take to much time and resources, so using command line tools are always a solution.

In this case I need to list all the disks visible to a certain Server, and to execute this operation I will use dlnkmgr.exe Read more of this post

Count number of files using Dir Command

From command prompt Run dir /? to see options

Microsoft Windows [Version 5.2.3790]
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Command line compressing tools

7Zip and Gzip are two tools that don’t need to be installed to be used,  you just need to download and execute from command prompt. To some people having no GUI could be an disadvantage. Read more of this post

LOG Parser – IIS LOGS Analysis

In this post I will show some examples how to collect information from IIS Logfiles. For this porpuse I will use LogParser version 2.2.

You can download here – and read more about it here

From command prompt run LogParser.exe /? for Help menu. Read more of this post

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