Tag Archives: PowerShell

PowerShell Certificate Request from Enterprise PKI CA Server

This command will allow you to quickly get a certificate automatically. This is very useful for automating deployments of IIS or other web services that require a certificate to function. It uses your windows EPKI servers to get the certificates. … Continue reading

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New new disk drives to Windows VMs in VMWare

You may want to add a bunch of new drives to your servers all at once. In my case this was useful for installing a new agent on a large amount of servers. These commands can be used with PowerCLI … Continue reading

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Exchange CAL Licensing – Mobile Device Policy

You may be forced to use an Exchange Enterprise CAL if you customize an Active Sync / Mobile Device policy. These commands help you find how Exchange thinks you are licensed and how you can fix it.   # Collect … Continue reading

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Checklist to review when inheriting an Exchange Server

These are all the settings that you should look into when working with a new Exchange server that you are not familiar with. There seem to be a ton of settings that are left forgotten over time and may need … Continue reading

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4K Video Down Res

I’ve noticed that all of the 4k videos I’ve taken on my phone or DSLR look super sharp on a 4k screen but don’t always play back the nicest on 1080p screens. So I’ve written a PowerShell script to help … Continue reading

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Active Directory Group Monitoring

This script can be used to monitor certain AD groups for changes. It uses the AD RSAT tools to gather information and can email you a summary of what has changed. This is very useful when monitoring important or restricted … Continue reading

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Exchange Reporting

This script will help you collect stats from Exchange. It can dump the data to file and output to screen. This is very similar to the Active Directory Reporting script too.   #Exchange Reporting #This script requires: Exchange remote access … Continue reading

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Active Directory Reporting

Here is a handy script that will help you collect information from Active Directory. It will dump this data to file and output to screen. I like to run this every month or so to gauge AD growth. #AD Reporting … Continue reading

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PowerShell Dummy File Generation

A few weeks back I needed to test a script’s ability to move older files to a new path. This is pretty simple to do but I didn’t want to test it on production systems. So I decided to use … Continue reading

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PowerShell Email Processor

One of the easiest ways to dump information from PowerShell is to just send an email. In the older versions of PoSH it was a bit more code to accomplish the same thing you can do in one line of … Continue reading

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