PowerShell

  • Your selection:
  • Tag: PowerShell
  • Remove all
Refine Also By Tag: , Article Type: , Author: , …
  • Tag:
    • Windows (52)
    • Management (35)
    • Servers (28)
    • Virtualization (24)
    • Enterprise (23)
    • More
  • Article Type:
    • How To (35)
    • Blogs (23)
    • Features (6)
    • News (2)
    • News Analysis (1)
    • More
  • Author:
    • James Alan Miller (21)
    • Adam Bertram (14)
    • Tim Ferrill (10)
    • Guy Thomas (7)
    • Don Jones (6)
    • More
Results 1-20 Of 68 Next
Sort by:
  • Introduction To Using XML Files With PowerShell
    Introduction To Using XML Files With PowerShell
    in How To
    PowerShell offers a number of different ways to read XML documents, without having to write a lot of code or using XPath. Here's how you can get started with reading and manipulating XML files with PowerShell. Read More
  • Introduction To Using Text Files With PowerShell
    Introduction To Using Text Files With PowerShell
    in How To
    PowerShell offers a number of different ways to manage the variety of text files. Get started by learning the basics: how to retrieve text from text files and how to find text in text files, all through PowerShell cmdlets. Read More
  • How To Install And Configure Hyper-V On Windows Server 2012 R2 With PowerShell
    How To Install And Configure Hyper-V On Windows Server 2012 R2 With PowerShell
    in How To
    Sure, you can use a GUI to click-click-click your way through the installation and configuration of Hyper-V on Windows Server 2012 R2. Or you can automate the whole process with PowerShell -- here's how. Read More
  • Getting Started With PowerShell On Windows Azure
    Getting Started With PowerShell On Windows Azure
    in How To
    There are over 700 PowerShell cmdlets to help you automate routine and complex tasks in Windows Azure. Here's how you can start taking advantage of what PowerShell has to offer in Azure. Read More
  • How To Leverage The Power Of PowerShell DSC
    How To Leverage The Power Of PowerShell DSC
    in How To
    Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) is a powerful automation tool for both Windows and Linux environments. Here are the top three reasons you should use DSC and how you can leverage it within your organization. Read More
  • How To Find The Last Active Directory Database Backup With PowerShell
    How To Find The Last Active Directory Database Backup With PowerShell
    in How To
    While Active Directory doesn't blow up too often, when it does you need reliable backups. To make sure your AD database is backed up, you can use PowerShell's repadmin utility to find the last AD backup date. Read More
  • How To Resolve Active Directory Account Lockouts With PowerShell
    How To Resolve Active Directory Account Lockouts With PowerShell
    in How To
    How do you track and resolve a locked Active Directory account? This article explains what events take place, how to find specific events, and how to parse events to figure out a source computer. Read More
  • How To Manage SQL Server Users With PowerShell
    How To Manage SQL Server Users With PowerShell
    in How To
    PowerShell can help you manage hundreds of SQL server accounts, without the SQL Server Management Studio. Here's how to use PowerShell scripts to manage SQL users. Read More
  • How To Find And Add DNS Record Permissions With PowerShell
    How To Find And Add DNS Record Permissions With PowerShell
    in How To
    Organizations using Active Directory for their DNS service should take advantage of Windows PowerShell to manage bulk permission changes. This how-to will walk you through finding DNS object ACLs and adding DNS object ACEs. Read More
  • How And When To Create And Use PowerShell Modules
    How And When To Create And Use PowerShell Modules
    in How To
    PowerShell modules allow you to combine multiple scripts to simplify code management, accessibility and sharing. In this how-to we define what makes a module, when you need to create one along with the step-by-step process of creating and using modules. Read More
  • Microsoft Brings Open Source Community Test Framework Into Windows 10
    Microsoft Brings Open Source Community Test Framework Into Windows 10
    in News
    Pester, an open source and community framework for testing PowerShell scripts, will be released with Windows 10 as part of the core operating system. Read More
  • How To Automate File Hash Check With PowerShell
    How To Automate File Hash Check With PowerShell
    in How To
    File hash checking allows you to ensure that the files you copy are 100 percent the same. When copying hundreds or thousands of files, you can automate file hash check with PowerShell -- here's how. Read More
  • How To Maintain A Daily Work Log With PowerShell
    How To Maintain A Daily Work Log With PowerShell
    in How To
    Tracking your work tasks can be a chore. But what if you can make the process a bit more automated with PowerShell? Here's a handy PowerShell script that will help you keep track of your daily activities with ease. Read More
  • Save Time By Using CSV Instead Of Excel With PowerShell
    Save Time By Using CSV Instead Of Excel With PowerShell
    in How To
    When reading data with PowerShell, a CSV file is a much less complicated (and faster!) solution than an Excel spreadsheet. Here's how the two differ and how you can save time by using a plain-text CSV file. Read More
  • Don't Let Pending Reboots Get In The Way Of Your Work
    Don't Let Pending Reboots Get In The Way Of Your Work
    in How To
    This PowerShell script will help you save time by automating reboots and running your scripts. It will also prevent potential downtime if the file you're executing conflicts with a pending reboot operation. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Taking Advantage Of Utility Cmdlets
    PowerShell Basics: Taking Advantage Of Utility Cmdlets
    in How To
    This PowerShell tutorial shows you how to take advantage of the Write-Host, Read-Host, Get-History, Send-MailMessage, Start-Transcript, and other utility cmdlets. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Programming With Loops
    PowerShell Basics: Programming With Loops
    in How To
    In this PowerShell tutorial we show you how to use the For loop, ForEach-Object loop, and the While, Do-While and Do-Until loops. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Comparison Operators and Conditional Logic
    PowerShell Basics: Comparison Operators and Conditional Logic
    in How To
    In this PowerShell tutotrial you'll learn how to use automation to make decisions using comparison operators, filters, and conditional logic in PowerShell. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Using Variables, Arrays and Hashtables
    PowerShell Basics: Using Variables, Arrays and Hashtables
    in How To
    In this PowerShell tutorial we take a closer look at variables, arrays and hashtables, which allow you to store, retrieve and manipulate information with PowerShell. Read More
  • PowerShell Basics: Managing Files and Folders
    PowerShell Basics: Managing Files and Folders
    in How To
    Every SysAdmin has to deal with managing files and folders. For tasks that are repetitive or applied to multiple files, you can save time by using PowerShell to automate some of this work. Read More