Start Windows Sandbox with parameters

I use Windows Sandbox a lot for testing Endpoint Manager packages or software. Sometimes you want to start it with specific options (Connect a folder on your hard drive or start without a network connection). You must create a custom configuration file (.wsb) with those options. This blog post shows you how to start Windows Sandbox using PowerShell with parameters without creating multiple configuration files.

Scripts from my blogs are available on GitHub now

All the scripts that I used in my blog posts are available on GitHub now 🙂 All new items will appear there too. You can download them individually or clone my repository to your hard drive. (How to Clone) The GitHub URL is https://github.com/HarmVeenstra/Powershellisfun. I also added the URL on each blog post page in the readme.md so that you can jump straight to the correct folder.

Get WHOIS information using PowerShell

For the last few days, I have been working on an issue involving getting an overview of the networks and public IP addresses. Because I was unsure if the public IP addresses in some logs were from that company, I had to look up a lot of IPs manually using Ripe/Whois sites. This blog post shows you how to get details for your Public IP or the address or domain name you specify.

Copy Exchange Receive Connector Settings using PowerShell

Currently working on rebuilding a failed Exchange 2016 DAG node, installing Exchange, and getting the databases in sync again... And then you remember that the Anonymous Relay settings are something that's configured on each node separately, and it contains a lot of IP addresses 🙁 This blog post shows you how to easily copy an existing Receive Connector to a new Exchange server!

Retrieving all cmdlets and help URLs from the new Microsoft Graph API modules

Things are changing... The Azure AD and MSOL modules will be getting a deprecated status. This was initially set for June 2022 and postponed until after December 2022. It would be best if you started updating scripts, be prepared for that. In this blog post, I wanted to show you how to collect all the new cmdlets and their description, synopsis (A summary), and the help URL for more information.