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Get HP Server Status Using Powershell (iLO Query)

HP Server Status Using Powershell

If you have a homelab (or work environment) filled with HP ProLiant equipment as I do, you might have found yourself checking your power consumption and temperatures on a regular basis to ensure they’re not overheating and/or drawing too much… Continue Reading

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Get MFA Status For Azure/Office365 Users Using Powershell

Get MFA Status

If you’ve recently deployed MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) in Office365/ Azure you may find that there is no easy way to report who has MFA enabled, and more importantly, which of your administrators don’t have MFA enabled. I ran across a… Continue Reading

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How to Transfer FSMO Roles in Server 2019 Using Powershell

Transfer FSMO Roles

In any Active Directory environment it’s always a good practice to have some form of redundancy and the resiliency to go along with it. In the case of FSMO Roles (Flexible Single Master Operation Roles), it’s an excellent idea to… Continue Reading

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Get Alexa Ranking using Powershell

Get Alexa Ranking using Powershell

Inspired by this RidiCurious post, I decided to add to his initial script and give it my own little twist. This will show you how to get Alexa ranking using Powershell. In order to keep things nice and uniform I… Continue Reading

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Get SCCM Software Update Status using Powershell

SCCM Software Update Status

I created an SCCM Software Update Status script because very recently I wanted to check the status of my Software Update Deployments within SCCM and quickly found out that there was no easy way of exporting the data I needed.… Continue Reading

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Deploying LAPS via SCCM | Local Administrator Password Solution

Deploying LAPS via SCCM

What is LAPS? Deploying LAPS (Local Administrator Password Solution) is probably one of the best things you can do for your organization. LAPS is a Microsoft solution to change the local administrator password on every single machine you have it… Continue Reading

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Automate Backups with Start-VBRZip in Powershell (Veeam Backup Free Edition)

Veeam Backup Free Edition

As a systems administrator I am constantly having to test ways to accomplish new tasks. Before I go into unknown territory I always like to make sure I have my VMs backed up in the event that my tests crap… Continue Reading

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Remotely Enable RemoteRegistry Service Using Powershell

Remotely Enable RemoteRegistry

Time and time again you may have the need to access something in a remote computer’s registry. This recently was the case for me so I decided to script it up and put it in a function. If you need… Continue Reading