PowerShell for Admins

ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 16-April-2021

In Case You Missed It, PowerShell for Admins, PowerShell for Developers

Topics include Azure Functions, Default Parameters, AWS, Text to Speech and more…...

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ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 09-April-2021

In Case You Missed It, PowerShell for Admins, PowerShell for Developers

Topics include PowerShell profiles, Parameter defaults, ARM and more…...

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ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 02-April-2021

In Case You Missed It, PowerShell for Admins, PowerShell for Developers, Tips and Tricks

Topics include help sections, Approved Verbs, Identity Management and more…...

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ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 05-March-2021

In Case You Missed It, PowerShell for Admins, PowerShell for Developers

Topics include REST APIs, PSRemoting, Azure AD reporting and more…...

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Media Sync: Organize Your Photos and Videos with PowerShell

PowerShell for Admins, Tips and Tricks, Tools, Tutorials

Do you have photos and videos that you have taken over the years that are scattered all over the place? Do you want to have all your photos and videos …...

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Writing Your Own PowerShell Functions / Cmdlets

PowerShell for Admins

This article is an attempt at describing some of my thought process when building functions. By functions I mean a command that you can execute after importing a module. I …...

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ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 09-October-2020

PowerShell for Admins

Topics include GitHub actions, Azure Functions, WVD, Pentesting and more! Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux. Using GitHub actions to run automatic Pester …...

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NetNeighbor Watch: The PowerShell Alternative To Arpwatch

PowerShell for Admins, Tips and Tricks, Tools, Tutorials

In this post, we are going to setup NetNeighbor Watch on a Raspberry Pi. NetNeighbor Watch can keep an eye on your network and send you an email when a …...

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Creating a PowerShell Module to Improve Your Code

PowerShell for Admins, Tips and Tricks, Tutorials

Do you have PowerShell code that you reuse in your scripts over and over? Do you have server names hard coded in variables? Are you using a text file or …...

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