This article describes how to use a graphical menu to discover and administer your Active Directory Environment. It’s like sconfig, but much more powerful when it comes to automation with Active Directory.
Group Policies: Enabling WinRM for Windows Client Operating Systems (Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7)
Windows Remote Management is a powerful feature to administer your Windows systems remotely. WinRM is enabled by default on all Windows Server operating systems (since Windows Server 2012 and above), but disabled […]
In diesem Artikel wird Step-by-Step IPv6 aktiviert und ein Global Unicast Adressbereich vergeben. Global-Unicast-Adressen sind mit öffentlichen IPv4-Adressen vergleichbar. In der Regel starten Global-Unicast-Adressen (wenn vom Provider vergeben) mit 2001.
Mein letzter Blog Post auf Deutsch ist schon etwas her. Deshalb diesmal wieder in meiner Muttersprache. Das hat auch seinen Grund. Ich habe in letzter Zeit ziemlich viel auf Englisch geschrieben – […]
Many organizations are using standard user names for their employees. The reasons are manifold. For example, a school or a university with a high fluctuation can benefit from usernames student1 to student1000. […]
An expired certificate is a nuisance. In the case of web servers, this is indicated by the display of an untrusted connection when a user tries to open the web page. We […]
It was an exciting moment for me when I was asked if I would like to write a chapter in a PowerShell book. Mike F Robbins contacted me and told me about […]
As mentioned at the beginning of my sid-500.com webpage, I intend to publish not only technical articles. Today I would like to share some thoughts for your career. Venturing into the realm of […]
I make no secret of it: Now we come to my favorite topic: PowerShell Remoting. I love it. I hope you’ll love it too. If you are a passionate Systems Engineer or […]
I really like PowerShell Web Access. Access PowerShell from any device. But what gets on my nerves is entering the server name again and again. If you only have one server, it is […]
In two of my previous posts I showed how to encrypt and decrypt files with certificates. I think the time has come to automate that procedure. In short, I will provide a […]
Without any doubt, you should have an eye on the disk space of your servers. I’ve seen so many servers crashing due to dropping disk space over time, because of saving more […]