Monthly Archives: July 2014

PowerShell 2.0 remoting guide: Part 6 – implicit remoting sessions | Ravikanth Chaganti

PowerShell 2.0 remoting guide: Part 6 – implicit remoting sessions | Ravikanth Chaganti.

How to Create and Restore System Image Backups on Windows 8.1

wbAdmin start backup -backupTarget:G: -include:C:,D: -allCritical

Output on Win 8.1 64 Czech systém loooks like this

wbadmin 1.0 – Backup command-line tool
(C) Copyright 2013 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Retrieving volume information…
This will back up Rezervováno systémem (350.00 MB),OS(C:),DATA(D:) to G:.
The backup operation to G: is starting.
Creating a shadow copy of the volumes specified for backup…
Creating a shadow copy of the volumes specified for backup…
Creating a shadow copy of the volumes specified for backup…
Creating a shadow copy of the volumes specified for backup…
Creating a shadow copy of the volumes specified for backup…
Creating a backup of volume Rezervováno systémem (350.00 MB), copied (65%).
The backup of volume Rezervováno systémem (350.00 MB) completed successfully.
Creating a backup of volume OS(C:), copied (0%).
Creating a backup of volume OS(C:), copied (1%). Continue reading

Permissions planning for sites and content in SharePoint 2013

Permissions planning for sites and content in SharePoint 2013.

Skatterbrainz Blog: Calling a URL from WinPE / DaRT Environment

Calling a URL from WinPE / DaRT Environment

So maybe you find a need to call a URL from a WinPE or DaRT session (yes, I know, DaRT is a modified WinPE), but without IE or a browser you find it a challenge. Fear not. There are options at your disposal. Option 1 is to install a light-weight browser into your WinPE bundle, like Bart’sPE did/does. Firefox is a fairly common choice for that, but if you can get another browser to do that you have that option. Option 2 is to invoke the XMLHttp object via script. You can do that with VBscript since wscript/cscript components are part of WinPE and DaRT. The nice thing about this is with XMLhttp, you essentially have a browser but without the GUI. You call URL’s and even fetch (i.e. “scrape”) the return HTML results if needed #I do that a lot and may post some examples soon## A command-line browser, sort of# Here’s an example of option 2 – calling an ASP page with parameters… url = “http://myserver#domain#com/loginfo#asp?c=Workstation123&os=Windows7&ts=Enterprise32b” On Error Resume NextSet ohttp = CreateObject(“Microsoft.XmlHttp”)oHttp.open “GET”, url, FalseIf err.Number 0 Then wscript.Echo “fail: unable to open remote URL for asset number!” wscript.Echo “fail: error is ” & err.Num

via Skatterbrainz Blog: Calling a URL from WinPE / DaRT Environment.

SharePoint 2013 – Related Items Site Column

SharePoint 2013 – Related Items Site Column.

Make Title column a link | SharePoint for Designers

Make Title column a link | SharePoint for Designers.

SharePoint 2013 Out of Box Web Parts – Laura Rogers @WonderLaura

SharePoint 2013 Out of Box Web Parts – Laura Rogers @WonderLaura.

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