Monthly Archives: September 2013

Are you using the correct PowerShell version? – Dreaming in PowerShell – PowerShell.com – PowerShell Scripts, Tips, Forums, and Resources

Are you using the correct PowerShell version? – Dreaming in PowerShell – PowerShell.com – PowerShell Scripts, Tips, Forums, and Resources.

PowerShell – Functions and examples how to work with IP addresses IPv4 | FICILITY.NET

PowerShell – Functions and examples how to work with IP addresses IPv4 | FICILITY.NET.

Wake on LAN – lokální i vzdálený subnet SAMURAJ-cz.com

Wake on LAN – lokální i vzdálený subnet < články -> SAMURAJ-cz.com.

How to wake-on-LAN across subnet, wakeup computers remotely – LanHelper

calculate the subnet-directed broadcast address

via How to wake-on-LAN across subnet, wakeup computers remotely – LanHelper.

IPv4 subnet maths with PowerShell | Indented!

IPv4 subnet maths with PowerShell | Indented!.

Convert array to string in Powershell

Example: Get-QADUser returns it’s ProxyAddresses attribute as an array. To convert that array to a string I use –join. By using either “, “ or “`n” as an argument I can make the string singleline or multiline for better reading.

get-qaduser -service cb.ds.mfcr.cz -Identity username -LdapFilter "(!(objectclass=inetOrgPerson))" | select name, @{n="proxy"; e={$_.ProxyAddresses -join "`n"}}  | fl *

Common LDAP filter examples

LDAP filters are sometimes useful in Powershell queries to Active Directory as in http://wp.me/p1JYOZ-5j

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/5392.active-directory-ldap-syntax-filters.aspx

Changing the Maximum Number of Computers a User Can Join to the Domain -CodeIdol

Changing the Maximum Number of Computers a User Can Join to the Domain -CodeIdol.

How to Reset Your Forgotten Domain Admin Password on Server 2008 R2

How to Reset Your Forgotten Domain Admin Password on Server 2008 R2.

smsagent

Scripts, tools and tips, mostly around Microsoft SCCM and EMS

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Shownotes and links for the PowerScripting Podcast, a podcast to help people learn Windows Powershell

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