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Get Directory Tree Size Using Powershell (Recursive)

Get Directory Tree Size Using Powershell

The other day I got some alerts saying that one of our file servers was running out of space. Typically, I would just go into VMware vCenter, expand the disk and call it a day. The problem was that this… Continue Reading

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Get Direct Reports in Active Directory Using Powershell (Recursive)

Get Direct Reports in Active Directory Using Powershell (Recursive)

It might come in handy from time to time to drill down on a manager’s direct reports in Active Directory. A good use case is if a director or VP wants to send an email to all of their direct… Continue Reading

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Disable Clutter in Office 365 Mailboxes Using Powershell

Disable Clutter in Office 365 Mailboxes Using Powershell

Clutter is a feature in Office 365 that moves all of your low priority emails out of your inbox into a dedicated folder. The problem is that some legitimate emails might be marked as low priority and inadvertently be sent… Continue Reading

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Create Free Lets Encrypt SSL Certificates Using Powershell

Create Free Lets Encrypt SSL Certificates Using Powershell

In this day and age the use of SSL certificates are an excellent method for connecting to anything securely. The majority of sites you browse have that ‘lock’ icon enabled, meaning that you’ve successfully created an encrypted tunnel between yourself… Continue Reading

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Add Multiple Computers To SCCM Collection Using Powershell

Add Multiple Computers To SCCM Collection Using Powershell

Anytime you’re working with multiple objects its always a good idea to try and streamline the process. In this article I’m going to show you how to add multiple computers to SCCM collection using Powershell as well as make an… Continue Reading

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Remotely Restart-SCCMSyncCycle Using Powershell

Remotely Restart-SCCMSyncCycle Using Powershell

Remotely Restart SCCM Sync Cycle Using Powershell There are times when an SCCM administrator would need to quickly restart a remote machine’s sync cycle in order to have it talk back to the SCCM server and get whatever update you’re… Continue Reading

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Get Exchange Cumulative Update Version and Build Numbers Using Powershell

Get Exchange Cumulative Update Version Using Powershell-v2

It recently occurred to me there wasn’t an easy way to get an exchange cumulative update version and build number through the GUI, or through Powershell for that matter. I had to search high and low to find a conversion… Continue Reading

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Get VMInformation Using Powershell and PowerCLI

Get-VMInformation Using Powershell and PowerCLI

It’s always a good idea to get a high level overview of what’s going on with your VMware environment. When it comes to VMs, the command Get-VM, has a lot of useful information regarding your virtual machines. Today we’re going… Continue Reading

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Find All Azure AD Groups That Auto Assign Licenses Using Powershell

Find All Azure AD groups that auto assign licenses Using Powershell

Today I am going to show you how to find all Azure AD groups that auto assign licenses using Powershell. Whether you’re cleaning house or doing a simple audit to make sure everything is nice and tidy, you’ll want to… Continue Reading