When Windows PowerShell starts, standard modules are loaded and the location of the prompt is set to C:\Users\Username. If you want to load additional modules, create an alias for a command, or simply display information, then it´s a good idea to create a Powershell Profile.
In diesem Beitrag wird mit PowerShell ein DHCP Server unter Windows Server 2016 installiert. DHCP und NAT sind zwei Dienste, die mit der Zeit an Bedeutung verlieren werden. Schuld daran ist das […]
Systeminfo gives you a perfect overview of your system. But what about the other systems in your domain? Sure, you can use 3rd Party Tools or SCCM. But the number of those […]
In this blog post I will show you how to extend your trial period to three years. The evaluation version of Windows Server 2016 / 2022 is valid for 180 days and […]
How many files are stored on your computer? How many users have not logged on for a year? How many users use Active Sync? How many Pictures and Music Files are stored? […]
This blog post describes how to join a computer to the domain by using the graphical user interface or running a simple One-Liner in Powershell.
You certainly know the commands cd and Set-Location. It stands for change directory. I hope you also know the commands cd \ and cd .. But what about cd ~ ?
Under certain circumstances the installation of software can only take place at a specific time. This article describes the establishing of a scheduled installation on the localhost and on remote hosts.
The more I am playing with it, the more I like it: Test-NetConnection. Test-NetConnection views information of a connection. What can we do with it?
Don Jones, the author of “Learn PowerShell in a month of lunches” said: “Be prepared to read the help, or you’ll fail at PowerShell.”
For archiving purposes run the following command in Exchange Management Shell to export a mailbox to a PST File and to save the file in the folder pst:
In this article, I am going to show how to configure your computer to start PowerShell with administrative privileges every time you log on to your computer.
To find out the parameters of a Cmdlet, you can call the Windows PowerShell Help. To be faster you can use some tricks to get more out of Parameters.
PowerShell supports all possible types of calculations. The following examples will help you explore the possibilities of PowerShell.
Execute the following two-liners to cause PowerShell saying “Command completed successfully”. $words = New-Object -ComObject SAPI.SpVoice $words.speak(“Command completed successfully”)