Earlier this year, Microsoft officially released the “Windows Family” 1809 image, which they have touted in previous blog posts as specifically being engineered to support automated UI testing of Windows applications.  For those of you familiar with containerization technology, this probably doesn’t sound like a great use case for containers, and when utilizing containers as […]

  At PDQ.com, we are always looking for ways that we can drive the creation, testing, and support of our applications to be as efficient and effective as possible. To that end, I’ve recently been diving into experimenting with Docker, specifically using Windows Containers. I have received several warnings from the internet-at-large along the lines […]

While patching your machines and deploying each software you’re responsible for, we wouldn’t be surprised if the various browsers, readers, and players start to take on a sort of…personality…in your eyes. It’s happened for us, too. So, we decided to create a video series in which this feeling is interpreted literally. In our new “Patching […]

PDQ Inventory 17 is now available for download. This version of PDQ Inventory comes with some smaller features that have unfortunately been on the back burner, but we figure it’s about time we tackle. To enable alerts for new versions of PDQ products, click Options > Preferences > Alerts (or press Ctrl+Comma) and check Auto […]

If you or anybody you know uses ASUS notebooks, you might want to check the tech news (if you haven’t already). Your machines may have been host to malicious updates that were passed via ASUS’s Live Update software in a massive supply chain attack. Kaspersky Labs recently published an article for something that they are […]

“Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” From experience, I can tell you that this old adage almost always comes true on a video production or film set. And the production of our latest PDQ.com project was no different. Two years ago, when I first started as the videographer for PDQ.com, one of the […]

We just returned from a Parent / Teacher conference where we discussed the progress of our child, PDQ Agent. We were, admittedly, a little sad to hear his teacher say “He is not like the other children”. We understand his attendance record is sub-par. We understand that he is often a distraction to the other […]

One of the most common requests that we’ve received over the years is for instruction on how to properly deploy Office 365. Some time ago, High Overlord Brigg was kind enough to compile an article that many of you have used to build your own Deploy package for this task. Unfortunately, as his power has […]

Setting Up DFS In Your Environment Let’s walk through setting up Windows DFS. If reading is not your thing, check out the video tutorial above that goes through these same steps. The following steps assume that you already have both of your servers set up. You’ll just be setting up roles and replication. Let’s start […]