Windows Server Tag Archive

Making Awesome Dashboards from Windows Performance Counters

DevOps, Tools, Tutorials

Having an understanding of your systems performance is a crucial part of running IT infrastructure. If a user comes to us and says “why is my application running slowly?”, where do we …...

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Get Last Reboot or Computer Up Time With PowerShell

PowerShell for Admins, Tips and Tricks

Hey everyone, hope you had a great 2015 and I am back with I hope to be weekly updates for everyone at PowerShell.org. I wrote up a quick article on …...

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Testing PowerShell Direct with Windows Server 2016 TP3 Hyper-V

PowerShell for Admins, Training

Hey there! I  thought we could test PowerShell Direct together today. Here’s the elevator pitch: In Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10, we can send PowerShell commands from the Hyper-V host directly …...

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Delete Specific E-Mail or E-Mails From All Exchange Mailboxes

PowerShell for Admins, Tips and Tricks

Well this is week number two in my quest to post an article once a week and I am back with a common request for Exchange administrators. There are a …...

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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast: Rick Claus and Symon Perriman talk about Build a Windows Server and System Center Environment with the PowerShell Deployment Toolkit

News, PowerScripting Podcast

Join us tonight at 9:30 PM as Rick Claus and Symon Perriman talk about how to Build a Windows Server and System Center Environment with the PowerShell Deployment Toolkit.  ...

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Script for Setting Up and Demoing a DSC Pull Server

PowerShell for Admins

DSC Setup and Demo Scripts I recently set up a virtual machine to use for Desired State Configuration (DSC) demos. I wanted to make the demo-ing fairly brainless, as DSC …...

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Notes for Event 6

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When I read the instructions for event 6, I thought that here’s a tough one. A lot of competitors won’t have access to a test environment with Windows Server 2012 …...

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Microsoft announces PowerShell v4, DSC

Announcements

Yesterday at TechEd North America, Jeffrey Snover and Kenneth Hansen began describing features to be delivered with PowerShell v4 in Windows Server 2012 R2 (the company has not yet announced …...

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Windows Server Backup

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Windows Server 2012 has a PowerShell enabled backup utility. When you enable the feature you get a module called WindowsServerBackup.  It has the cmldets you would expect for creating and managing backups. No...

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