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July 15, 2019
Using PowerShell to gather information from XML
PowerShell Monthly, June 2019
July 2, 2019
PowerShell news, articles, and releases for June 2019.
Working with Windows Registry and PowerShell
June 29, 2019
Most people that does system administration in a Windows environment have had to work with the Windows Registry. This registry serves as a database of settings, used with everything from...
Cross-Forest mailbox migration with Microsoft Exchange
June 19, 2019
We recently started a fun project, doing some mailbox migration. For this project, in particular, we were merging four Exchange organizations together and the new Active Directory was to consist...
PowerShell Monthly, May 2019
May 29, 2019
New Releases PowerShell 7 Preview Release date: 2019-05-30 – Release Page: Github The new release of PowerShell (formerly Core) is getting a new naming convention and porting code to .NET Core 3....
PowerShell tricks: Splatting
April 5, 2019
The short story about splatting is that you can use it to pass parameters to cmdlets, instead of the traditional syntax. On most cases, the usual way of working with...
Adding CAA record in Azure with PowerShell
March 29, 2019
CAA (Certificate Authority Authorization) is a DNS record that lets you define what Certificate Authority that is allowed to represent you and your servers. Complex topic, not the scope of...
WinRM, add all servers to TrustedHosts for remote management
March 4, 2019
When I was going to run the script for cleaning up certificates on all servers for a customer, I ran into some issues connecting to many of the servers. Turns out there...
Cleaning up old certificates across all servers in your domain
March 2, 2019
Certificates! The blog could probably end there but if there is something that always comes up when people are having issues, it’s certificates. Mainly because people tend to forget them, don’t...
Running PowerShell Core in a container
February 17, 2019
Creating PowerShell modules is fun, rewarding and a great way to learn more PowerShell. But when you want to test your code, you want to run it in a clean...
Active Directory Certificate Services
Active Directory Domain Services