DNS management Windows 10 1709

Recentley I discovered that DNS management is not installed when installing RSAT (WindowsTH-RSAT_WS_1709-x64) to Windows 10 1709 (Fall Creators Update).

After trying to install RSAT for Windows Server 2016, it was still missing. So I turned to Technet and I found a  article  (here).

The thing is that you have to download the following files and copy them to your system32 folder. It would be the best to copy it from your local Windows 2016 server.


After that you must run CMD as an Administrator and run:
regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\dnsmgr.dll

And now you can run %windir%\system32\dnsmgmt.msc to open the DNS management console.

Good Luck

Windows 10 start menu search problem


when Windows 10 came out, I bravely installed it on my business notebook. It works great, except Start menu search. Everything I searched returned blank. So I got couple of days to check what was going on.
I tried repairing Windows with SFC, I tried turning off Cortana, tamper with registry.. but nothing worked.
Then I suspected the GPO. So, I tested one by one, and finally I got to one where we had all our Internet Explorer settings.
After couple hours of trial and error, I got to conclusion that this two settings enabled Windows 10 start menu search:

Allow Website caches and database must be turned on, and I set it up to 50MB (default is 10)


And if pop-up blocker is turned on, change it’s setting to Low: allow pop-ups from secure sites.


So this helped for me.

Good Luck