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Just go with the flow…. WorkFlow that is with Windows PowerShell

Doctor Scripto returns again with our good friend Joel Vickery, PFE who is going to touch on the use of Workflows In PowerShell. Take it away Joel! Following up on my original post Parallel Processing with jobs in PowerShell, I ... continue reading
PowerTip: Identify Completed PowerShell Jobs with Data yet to be Received

PowerTip: Identify Completed PowerShell Jobs with Data yet to be Received

Summary: Doctor Scripto quickly shows how to identify Completed Jobs in PowerShell which have yet to have the data Received Hey Doctor Scripto, How can I identify jobs which already completed but I haven’t done a Receive-Job on to get ... continue reading
Parallel Processing with jobs in PowerShell

Parallel Processing with jobs in PowerShell

Hello everyone! Doctor Scripto is elated to present some more great content from Joel Vickery, PFE , today he discusses using jobs in PowerShell. Stay tuned in the upcoming weeks for some amazing regular content. Take it away Joel! I ... continue reading

Improvements in Windows PowerShell Container Images

Beginning with Windows Server 20H1 Insider builds, Windows Server Core Insider images have been reduced in size from ~2.1 GBs to ~1.1 GBs. How did the Server Core images get over 40% smaller? Traditionally, Windows 10 and Windows Server have ... continue reading
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PowerTip: Use Windows PowerShell to display all Environment variables

Summary: Doctor Scripto demonstrates how to use [System.Environment] to show all currently set environment variables Question: Hey Doctor Scripto, I remember in DOS if I wanted to see the values of all the Environment variables; like TEMP I could just ... continue reading

Testing RPC ports with PowerShell (and yes, it’s as much fun as it sounds!)

Summary: Using PowerShell to identify RPC ports in use by capturing content from Dos Commands like PortQRY.exe We’d like to introduce you today to one of our newest bloggers! It’s a froopingly awesome friend of ours, Joel Vickery, PFE. (did ... continue reading
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PowerTip: Identify if CredentialGuard is enabled with Windows PowerShell

Summary: Easily identify if Credential Guard is enabled using the Get-ComputerInfo Cmdlet in Windows 10 Question: Hey Doctor Scripto, how can I tell if CredentialGuard has been enabled on my Windows 10 computer? Answer: Just use the Get-ComputerInfo Cmdlet and ... continue reading
Use PowerShell to Identify Unassociated Azure Resources

Use PowerShell to Identify Unassociated Azure Resources

Summary: Save costs by Identifying Unassociated Resources left behind after deletions in Azure Q: Hey, Scripting Guy! How can I quickly identify un-associated resources in my Azure subscription? A: Hi SH! At least you know that’s a question to ask! ... continue reading
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PowerTip: Using Set-ADUser with multi-valued attributes

Summary: Using the -Replace parameter with Set-ADUser to take an array to populate multi-valued attributes Question: Hey Doctor Scripto, how can I use Set-ADUser to populate multivalued attributes in Active Directory? Answer: You can use an array with the -Replace ... continue reading
Copy multi-valued Active Directory attributes from one user to another with PowerShell

Copy multi-valued Active Directory attributes from one user to another with PowerShell

Summary: Using -Replace parameter with Set-ADUser to copy Active Directory multi-valued attributes Q: Hey, Doctor Scripto! We are in the middle of an Active Directory migration and need to copy the multi-valued attribute “ProxyAddresses” from old user accounts to new ... continue reading