Tag Archives: Powershell

Powershell Security at Enterprise Customers – PowerInTheShell

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Powershell – Gitbook

https://www.gitbook.com/@devops-collective-inc?page=0

Remote Software Center – Concept Preview | TimmyIT.com

One thing always leads to another and that’s exactly how this project came to start. Last year i did a blog post on how to Invoke Software Updates remotely with Powershell and one on Applicat…

Source: Remote Software Center – Concept Preview | TimmyIT.com

Use PowerShell and WMI to Locate Multiple Files on Any Drive in your Domain | Learn Powershell | Achieve More

via Use PowerShell and WMI to Locate Multiple Files on Any Drive in your Domain | Learn Powershell | Achieve More

Speedy Ping using PowerShell | Learn Powershell | Achieve More

For those that know me, you know how much I love runspaces and preach about their use for their quickness and being lightweight in PowerShell to accomplish your day to day activities where you need…

Source: Speedy Ping using PowerShell | Learn Powershell | Achieve More

Another Lap Around Microsoft LAPS – Pentest Geek

This post will walk through auditing Microsoft LAPS deployments and leveraging misconfigurations during penetration tests.

Source: Another Lap Around Microsoft LAPS – Pentest Geek

How to Add Remote IP Addresses to Existing Receive Connectors

This Exchange Managment Shell tip will show you how to add new IP addresses to a Receive Connector in Exchange 2007 or 2010 without overwriting the existing remote IP range.

Source: How to Add Remote IP Addresses to Existing Receive Connectors

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Tips, tricks and time-savers for the Windows and ConfigMgr administrator

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Brian's Power Windows Blog

Microsoft in the Enterprise. Windows, Hyper-V, Exchange, SQL, and more!

PowerScripting Podcast

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

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