How to find files by extension and delete it

Hello all,

If you need to find an extensión file and delete it you can use the following syntax with FOR comand:

for /R %x in (*.nk2) do ren “%x” *.old



Free voucher for 74-409 exam from MVA


Microsoft Virtual Academy is offering a free voucher for 74-409 exam, Server Virtualization with Windows Server Hyper-V and System Center.


Configure Outlook Anywhere with GPO for Outlook 2003


In Outlook 2003 adm you can´t unfortunately configure Outlook Anywhere settings and I done it with old school procedure:

Open GPMC and make a new GPO, go to GPP and execute wizard, go to fins a a desktop computer with Outlook well configured, and import from  HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles\Outlook\13dbb0c8aa05101a9bb000aa002fc45a the following entries:

“00036623”= Enable Exchange Proxy settings and control various check boxes.
“001f6622″=  For specifying Exchange proxy server name
“001f6625″=  For specifying Exchange proxy server name according to principal cert name.
“00036627”= For Authentication – Basic or NTLM

Take care that is posible that users has various Outlook profiles. Then you need to add the same but changing the registry path HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles\Outlook\13dbb0c8aa05101a9bb000aa002fc45a in subfolder Outlook by other name profile.

Also, you can configure targeting in every configuration path for only apply to users that has an existent profile.

Ah, this gpo is only for user!

Regards and best practices!

GPO library website –


I´m trying to create a new gpo for configure outlook anywhere (rpc over http) for outook 2003 and not exists the settings in office 2003 adm template. Talking with a collegue from exchange admin team, he say me about a web site where you can find there all existing gpos and settings for to know if is posible configure something then here I share with you the link!

Regards and best pratices!

Warning in Win XP accessing to HTTPS websites


Today an end user told me that when she go to a secure website (HTTPS) it show a warning message like that:


The problem is that she is using Windows xp an need a fix to solve it, she can´t access to any website with HTTPS. The issue is interesting because affect to all certificates with less than 1024 bits. Here I put the link to the KB.