IT Administration


Perfect PowerShell Properties Part 1: Management Info

Here's how to pull up PowerShell reports for your own use and for others.

Pop Quiz: Windows Server 2012 R2 Network Policies

Applies to the "Configure Network services and access" objective of Exam 70-411.

Microsoft Warns of Uninstalling .NET Framework on Windows Server 2012

Older .NET Framework versions. should not be uninstalled on Windows Server 2012, according to Microsoft.

PowerShell Help Line

Prof. Powershell demonstrates how to easily pull up the most-recent cmdlet help online in a PowerShell window.

Pop Quiz: Windows Server 2012 R2 Storage Quotas

Applies to the "Configure File and Print Services" objective of Exam 70-411.

SharePoint 2013 SP1 Gets Rerelease

Service Pack 1 for SharePoint Server 2013 was quietly released by Microsoft sometime in the last week.

PowerShell Script Browser 1.0 Released

Microsoft's Script Browser 1.0, an add-in search tool that works with PowerShell's integrated scripting environment, was released by Microsoft last week.

Pop Quiz: Windows Server 2012 R2 WSUS Client-Side Targeting

Applies to the “Deploy, manage, and maintain servers” objective of Exam 70-411.

PowerShell Command History Lesson Part 3: Group Policies

Here's how to use a Group Policy setting to automate logging for commands in PowerShell 3.

Command History Lesson Part 2: PowerShell 3.

Here's how to capture PowerShell commands and history in PowerShell 3.

Breaking Down PowerShell's Scope

The Prof. PowerShell visits a beginner topic that many could use a brush-up on.

Pop Quiz: Windows Server 2008 R2 Active Directory Defragmentation

Applies to the "Maintaining the Active Directory environment" objective of Exam 70-640.

PowerShell Command History Lesson Part 1

While you can't easily retrieve another user's command history, here's an alternative to getting the info you need.

SQL Server 2014 Ready for April 1 Release

Ahead of its April 1 release, SQL Server 2014 hit its RTM milestone this week.

Required Scripting Parameters in PowerShell

Make sure the a unsupported script stops at the beginning instead of failing at a later point in time.

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