Author: Dakota Clark

We’ve covered lot’s of things in this boot camp series to get you ready for your first deployment. If you missed them, check out our past videos and blog posts before continuing. We discuss things such as, “Setting up LAPS,” “How to Set up DHCP,” and  “How to Set Up DNS.” Today, we walk you through your first deployment using PDQ […]

LAPS isn’t a horrifying disease, it stands for Local Administrator Password Solution. After a computer is joined to the domain the local administrator account isn’t used often or is disabled and not able to be used at all. This creates a problem, do you keep an admin account with no domain ties enabled or do […]

So you wanna know what Windows Store apps are installed to a computer? Microsoft’s new method of software distribution has been a pain point for software inventory, but thankfully we’ve found a method to help gather what apps are installed to a computer and today we’ll talk about how to inventory Windows Store Apps. Inventory […]

What good are computers without an address and what good is a network without some automation? DHCP allows computers to automatically acquire an address without having to manually set it. DHCP is included as part of Windows’ Server and offers a nicer set of features over a standard wireless router. To start, navigate to the […]

How to Set Up DNS In this post, we’ll show you how to set up DNS since it is a very important part of what makes PDQ Deploy and PDQ Inventory tick.  For this guide, we’ll assume that you’ll be using Window DNS and that the role is already installed to whatever server will be your DNS […]

Hey guys! Thanks for taking a minute to be a part of our PDQ.com Boot Camp series. If you’re a new IT professional or just new to PDQ.com, this post is sure to help ease your stress levels a bit. Today we’ll break down the steps necessary for creating a new domain controller. Set a […]

If you’re new to PDQ.com this blog post is bound to help you know how to use our Support Site and submit a support ticket, as well as reach our Solutions Team. Also, keep in mind that this post is more directed toward those of you who may be new to the IT world. We […]