This PowerShell script can be used as a startup script to query the Windows Security Center on Windows 7 or newer computers.
The third annual PowerShell Summit was held in Charlotte, North Carolina.
This PowerShell script reads from a text file ping.txt with each computer name on its own line and then uses test-connection to ping the computer.
Pushing out Adobe Flash Player updates through a startup script got a little more complicated with Windows 8.
Elevator Saga – The elevator programming game is a simple simulation of an elevator in a building responding to requests for service.
Coding and writing scripts, like most things, gets better with practice and experience. To improve communication between developers and others, everybody should understand psuedocode as a middle ground communication means.
To control some of the overhead that results from using Group Policy, you might look into utilizing some of the Group Policy cmdlets for PowerShell.
I ran in to an instance last week where Group Policy was coming into question – specifically, why a computer wasn’t receiving new or updated policies.
As the old management saying goes “You can’t manage what you don’t measure”. A lot of scripting solutions I have been utilizing lately have been all about inventory. Having the right information at the right time can give you a true picture of your organization and the areas you might need to work on to […]
Thanks to Avast’s free for education Endpoint Protection, I was able to centrally manage and deploy Avast around the organization for a client. The problem was that once I had Avast on there, I also needed to be able to uninstall the previous security software, Panda Cloud Antivirus. Since it didn’t have a nice central […]
Mapped drives. You can love ’em or hate ’em. After changing file servers or retiring an old server, clients might have old mapped drives pointing to these servers. Since they could be a confusing interface and disconnected drives might slow down the computer until they time out, it’s not a bad idea to clean up […]