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Killing Disconnected Terminal Server Sessions from the Command Line

Terminal Services (or Remote Desktop if you prefer) is a good thing. It allows you to remotely connect to a server to manage it.

Install Roles on Windows via PowerShell

Just because you don't have a GUI on your Windows Server 2012 doesn't mean you can't install roles and features at will. Use PowerShell, and the job gets easy.

Managing Portgroups with PowerCLI

If your VMware implementation contains more than a few hosts, managing portgroups (or any multi-host settings) can be a real pain. In order to take advantage of cool things like vMotion, your portgroups need to match across all hosts in the cluster. If one of them is mispelled, or has a bad VLAN tag, it's a no-go.

List RDP Sessions on Remote Servers in PowerShell

You can use this handy little script to find remote desktop sessions on all servers running in your Active Directory domain.

Resolving IP to Hostname with PowerShell

Getting the hostname from an IP address (or vice versa) is no great magic, and can be done easily with PowerShell, by simply leveraging .Net to do the work.

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Windows PowerShell™: Essential Admin Scripts (Part 1)

Just like the title says, this is a good collection of PowerShell scripts that will help lighten your load a bit.

Creating a linked clone from a snapshot point in PowerCLI

User PowerShell (PowerCLI) to create a linked clone from a snapshot.

Hyper-V Scripts from TechNet

Huge library of PowerShell scripts specifically for dealing with Hyper-V

Microsofts PowerShell Documentation

That starting point for Windows PowerShell documentation. Getting Started, Setup and Installation, Tutorials, links to the GitHub repository, and more.

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