Convert Windows boot from BIOS to UEFI without decrypting Bitlocker

I wanted to convert an MBR/BIOS boot drive to GPT/UEFI, but without needing to decrypt and then re-encrypt Bitlocker. Mainly because I am lazy. This worked, but I’ll warn that the advice to decrypt completely first is without any doubt the safest way to go. Follow the instructions for converting from BIOS to UEFI boot. […]

ipv6 at home, part 3: gogonet tunnels, freenet6

This blog post is part of a series on ipv6. In part 1, I provided an overview of ipv6 and looked at Teredo, the technology built into Windows Vista; in part 2, I looked at AYIYA tunnels through aiccu, using sixxs net as a tunnel broker. Part 2.5 is a collection of useful ipv6 tidbits, […]

ipv6 at home, Part 2: Tunnel brokers, Windows “AYIYA” tunnel

Has it been 2 months? High time to get on with the planned ipv6 series, then. If you are entirely new to ipv6, it may pay to read part 1: overview. In this installation, I will cover the use of the SixXS tunnel broker to create an ipv6-over-ipv4 tunnel from your Windows PC, on XP […]

IPv6 at home, Part 1: Overview, Teredo

[Edit 2010-02-25 – adding some forward links to the other parts of this series. Rewrote parts – no more mention of how slow Teredo is (it’s not), and some updated comments to reflect the state of ipv6 in 2010] This blog post is part of a series on ipv6. In this part, I provide an […]