Being a former Unix guy, I can certainly appreciate the usefulness of the command line.


However, (and I know this is blasphemy)…when configuring CISCO ASA, why couldn’t they like,  put more of an emphasis on utilizing the

nice friendly GUI?

I mean, geez it’s 2016…


What did we do before the interwebs?

Couldn’t install add-on client components for SQL 2008R2…basically failing

performance counter registry check…

So, the googles produced this little gem:

setup.exe /ACTION=install /SKIPRULES=PerfMonCounterNotCorruptedCheck

just sweet…