Have you always dreamed of fine-tuning permissions? PowerShell JEA makes it possible. The user only sees what he should see and can only do what he should do. With a few simple […]
Microsoft MVP, IT-Trainer, IT-Systems Engineer, MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure, Cisco Certified Academy Instructor, CCNA Routing und Switching, CCNA Security
In articles, blogs and forums I often read that Windows forms the IPv6 address from the MAC address. This process is called EUI-64, and the assumption that Windows (Vista and above) use […]
Enivornment Variables make life easier. In this article I describe how to use environment variables in daily work. And I am going to show some useful examples.
As the headline says, I am going to show you which tools are no longer needed when you are familiar with PowerShell. No long speeches today, just examples. I’m pretty sure some of […]
Active Directory: How does a client find it’s Domain Controllers at the right Active Directory site?
What actually happens in the background when a domain client authenticates itself to the domain? That’s the question for today’s post. Ok, let’s go into the details. We assume that the computer has […]
With WSUS you are able to document the updates status of your computers. But what to do if there is no WSUS available? In this article I describe how to get a […]
As the headline says, it’s all about port scanning today. When a computer sends SYN to another computer, the remote computer will usually answer with SYN + ACK or RST. By this […]
Last time we’ve dealt with objects: PowerShell for Beginners (Part 8): The Power of PowerShell – Getting in Touch with Objects (Get-Member, Select-Object). Of course, I was thinking something. Part 8 is a […]
IPv6 enabled devices generate Link-Local addresses automatically. Not just Link-Local Addresses, but also a Solicited Node Multicast Address. Solicited Node Multicast Addresses are used by the Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP) to discover […]
Hyper-V is the major competitor to VMWare. In this post I am going to install a Hyper-V host. Afterwards, a guest is put into operation. Everything with PowerShell. Well, what else? 😉
PowerShell for Beginners (Part 8): The Power of PowerShell – Getting in Touch with Objects (Get-Member, Select-Object)
After the part PowerShell for Beginners (Part 7): The Pipe (and many examples to play with), we are now going to concentrate on objects. The basics you can build on. But before we will […]
After the sixth part PowerShell for Beginners (Part 6): PowerShell Profiles and the ISE, we dedicate ourselves to the topics around the pipe. But before we will take a look at this […]
This week I had the task to delete print jobs from the queue. However, some of them could not be removed. So I decided to write an article about it and also […]