Tag Archives: Powershell

Get installed software via CIM SCCM class and Powershell

Get-CimInstance -Namespace root\cimv2\sms -ClassName SMS_InstalledSoftware -ComputerName PC123

Performing an Asynchronous DNS Lookup Using PowerShell | Learn Powershell | Achieve More

This is another asynchronous approach to a common thing that a system administrator might do, much like a previous article I did on doing a speedy ping with PowerShell and async methods. I’ve alrea…

Source: Performing an Asynchronous DNS Lookup Using PowerShell | Learn Powershell | Achieve More

Powershell Security at Enterprise Customers – PowerInTheShell

Source: Powershell Security at Enterprise Customers – PowerInTheShell

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

smsagent

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

To The Point

Anything about Technology and Business

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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