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Using a simple command, you can add or remove a computer to a domain.
Posted:2008-07-07, 9421 views
I've been asked how to automate the download of fresh definitions for SCEP definitions in an enterprise environment, so here is an easy way to do it with PowerShell.
Posted:2016-07-08, 822 views
In my day job, one of the things I do is maintenance of a farm of servers. All these boxes have local logging, which is picked up by Splunk. However, I still need to clean up those log files. Here is how I automated the process.
Posted:2014-08-15, 1710 views
If you need to check the status of a service across several machines, and don't have monitoring in place, you can use PowerShell to get Running/Stopped/Starting status quickly.
Posted:2014-08-02, 1936 views
Need to find every workstation that a user has logged on to? Security event logs rolled over or you can't otherwise get that info from the domain controllers? Here is a way to get it.
Posted:2016-02-23, 1215 views
This function will allow you to compare one file to another. It will do either a lax check (compare file lengths only) or a stringent check (a byte by byte comparison).
Posted:2012-11-25, 1100 views
From time to time, it might be required that large number of generic user account objects be created in an Active Directory domain. Here is how to do it, quickly.
Posted:2013-10-25, 933 views
This handy little VBscript to create a system restore point can be encapsulated in a function, and can save you from yourself.
Posted:2013-10-25, 578 viewsDisplaying page 1 of 5 | Prev | Next