Some of our customers have an Active Directory environment that needs upgrading, to get a good overview of their environment I always check a lot of things before writing a report and a recommendation about which steps we need to take. In this blog post, I will show you a script that gathers information about the Active Directory Domain which saves a lot of command-line checking and starting up Management Consoles 😉
If you're into Crypto and would like to see the latest price of your precious coin, then perhaps this is a blog post for you 🙂 In this blog post, I will show you a way how you can use the API from Coinmarketcap to show you the latest stats in every newly started PowerShell session.
At the end of another busy week, and after passing the AZ-801 exam two days ago, it's time for a small blog post 🙂 I had to export a registry from a client on which regedit tools were blocked. Exporting using PowerShell is an option, but the format isn't that great by default. In this blog post, I will show you how to export it to a friendly format.
This week PowerShell v7.3 was launched. I will go through new and exciting things about the new version in this blog post.
On an older laptop, I use chromeOS Flex. Easy to install, and for simple web browsing, it's a perfect solution without any license requirement. But yeah... I also wanted to use PowerShell on that, this blog post will show you how to install and use PowerShell on chromeOS Flex.
It's been a busy week! Had a few long travels, took the AZ-800 (Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure) exam which I passed, and had a great Tech Day at the office. We had a keynote from Microsoft (Azure Arc) and multiple sessions from my colleagues of which I attended the Azure Landing Zones and the Terraform session. Always nice to see colleagues enthusiastic about the things they are working on. So I didn't have time for a long blog post, this short one is about some command-line tips/tricks that I use often 🙂
Tomorrow I'm taking the AZ-800 (Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure) exam and I wanted to create a simple test exam quiz for myself with multiple-choice questions. This blog post will show you how to do that using an Excel file with questions and A, B, C, and D answers including the correct answer to check on.
Personally, I run PowerShell on my Windows 11 laptop, but I also have Linux VMs and use PowerShell on those too. In this blog post, I will show you two ways in which you can install PowerShell on your Linux machine and yes, I know... There are different Linux Operating Systems with different package managers, in my case I used Ubuntu 22.04 🙂
For one of our customers, who's moving away from their On-Premise Exchange 2016 server, I needed to move all the relay connectors (Used by legacy applications, appliances, and hardware) to an IIS SMTP instance. Pretty straightforward, but typing the long list of addresses myself... No 🙂 In this blog post, I will show you a way to easily migrate the IP-Addresses from a Receive Connector into an IIS SMTP instance.
For one of our customers, we needed a report on all local groups and their members on all Active Directory joined servers. You can connect all servers one by one with Computer Management and check, but hey... PowerShell is there for you 🙂 In this blog post, I will show you an easy way to get a report on the memberships, and yes... I used the ImportExcel module too (Needed for the Export-Excel cmdlet) 😀