Who are the group members? The members of a distribution group can be listed by any user in Outlook. Sometimes you don’t want that. This is what the group attribute hideDLMembership stands […]
Windows 10: Changing the default Projector Settings with displayswitch.exe (Duplicate, Extend …) using Group Policies
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 […]