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How to fix the Veeam PowerShell Error 2014-12-11

During the installation of Veeam Backup and Replication (VBR), you may run into a puzzling error, "Failed to invoke PowerShell query SCVMM components are not installed." Luckily, an easy fix.

Joining files with PowerShell 2016-12-21

As a server administrator, one of my duties is to review log files for anomolous behavior, errors, or other issues. For me, combining all the daily logs into one big file is much easier to review.

List RDP Sessions on Remote Servers in PowerShell 2016-02-17

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

Offline Machine Tracking with PowerShell 2017-10-19

Here's a simple little script that will track which computers are offline, and how long they have been offline. It even sends you a handy email summary.

Opening Closed Exchange Distribution Groups with PowerShell 2017-01-17

By default, new distribution groups in Exchange 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016 do accept messages from outside of the Exchange organization. In some cases, this may not be the desired behavior.

Organize Photos with Powershell 2016-05-09

Like a lot of smartphone users, I like to take pictures. These pictures get automatically synced to my cloud storage, dumping them in a single folder called "Camera Roll". I came up with a quick Powershell script to organize these photos by year and month.

Ping Active Directory servers with PowerShell 2016-12-29

Using the ping command to test for responses from network computers is a quick way to see if a network path is open between two hosts. Not in depth, but basic. Here is how to get a list of servers from Active Directory, and ping them with PowerShell.

PowerShell Support Matrix 2017-12-10

Do you have trouble remember which operating system supports what version of PowerShell? This little cheat sheet will give you hand with that.

PSMetrics Part 1: Overview of the project 2016-11-09

Metrics are a necessary evil in the IT world. A good set of metrics helps us to diagnose problems in our environments and plan for future growth.

PSMetrics Part 2: PowerShell Collector 2016-11-11

Welcome back for part 2 of the series. In this post, I'll be putting together a simple collector script with PowerShell for gathering metrics on a Windows host, and sending the data to the ingestor.

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