Enable RDP console connections for non-administrative users

When using Microsoft’s RDP protocol, you may have come across the “console” connection. This is a connection

Auto-ignore unreadable disks on macOS

I have recently built myself a Hackintosh running MacOS X El Capitan, but along side the Mac disk, I have a number of other Wi

Forcibly eject CD on a PowerPC-based Mac

The Apple Mac has always been a piece of equipment heavily based around design. As a result, you end up with a beautiful piece

Proxy Server Checker v1.0

This PowerShell script runs a basic test of functionality for a proxy server. It sets up a web request via a specified proxy s

Show Hidden Files on macOS

By default, as you’d expect from any good operating system, certain system files are hidden from the view of the user. T

RDP Connection Setter v1.0

Following on from my Windows XP & 7 guide, Enable RDP using the registry editor, I have created this PowerShell script to

Network Scanner v1.0

This PowerShell script is a network scanner. Utilising the Invoke-PingSweep function, it will attempt to ping each host in the

Find/Replace Script v1.0

This PowerShell script is a simple find/replace tool, much like the ones you find inside your favourite text editors. Unlike m

Running Man v1.0

This script is just a bit of silliness I made while bored one afternoon. It does nothing interesting other than make a stickma

“In order to continue the installation, please close the following application: iTunes”

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion is finally out and so far, it seems pretty cool. There are a lot of nice new features that make a great OS