The default projector setting in Windows 10 is set to “Extend”. If you want to change that behavior, you have to press Windows key + P and select “Duplicate”. In this blog […]
Creating a bootable USB stick could be a tricky task. You’ll need a tool (eg. the Windows 7 USB/DVD tool) or you have to struggle with those old cmd commands like bootsect.exe. […]
Windows Server Core starts with cmd by default. Why? I don’t know. It’s annoying, because Windows Powershell is without a doubt the future of Windows system administration.
People always ask me why I focus so much on PowerShell. In this blog post I want to tell you when I started with PowerShell and especially why.
In this blog post it’s all about documentation. Do you know the IP settings of your Windows servers? Do you have a documentation? If not, you’ve come to the right place. I […]
Recently I received a request to shut down computers by room. Specifically, it was about a school where students often forget to shut down their computers. Of course this is possible with […]
Most of us are used to press CTRL + R and then we type PowerShell or cmd. That’s because humans are creatures of habit. In this blog post I am going to […]
Maybe you already had the following problem: You’re using roaming profiles. You are the administrator of the domain. You can’t access the roaming profiles folder. You have to take ownership of each […]
Dear followers! The PowerShell Conference Book is now listed in the Amazon book store. As mentioned earlier, I’ve contributed the chapter “PowerShell as an Enterprise Network tool”. It was a great and […]
Let’s say you want to get an overview of the uptime of all Windows servers in your domain. This is a very important information and you should have a look at the […]
PowerShell: Getting Windows Defender Status from all Domain Joined Computers (Get-AntiMalwareStatus)
You are using Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 or higher? Want to check the status of Windows Defender Anti-Malware from all computers? Then you’ve come to the right place. I’ll give you […]
Scheduled jobs do something. They do something at a predefined time or when an event occurs. You can create PowerShell scheduled jobs easily and quickly. PowerShell scheduled jobs are background jobs and […]
Consider the following scenario: There’s a switched on client computer in a branch office and you want to connect to that computer via remote desktop. Remote desktop is disabled by default on […]