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Automate Powershell Scripts With Task Scheduler

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Through out my sysadmin journey I’ve always been an advocate of implementing as much automation as possible. Whether I automate Powershell Scripts with Task Scheduler or create a function to run interactively in the shell. I believe to the core… Continue Reading

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Get Reboot History Using Powershell

Get Reboot History Using Powershell

A while back I posted a script on how to Get System Uptime and Last Reboot Status Using Powershell so I thought a great edition to that script would be to Get Reboot History using Powershell. The uptime script showed… Continue Reading

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Get Logged In Users Using Powershell

Get Logged In Users Using Powershell

A while back I posted my initial script to find the users that are logged into a server and log them off remotely. That was several years ago and I thought I would take another crack at it to try… Continue Reading

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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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[Solved] Add-WindowsCapability failed. Error code = 0x800f0954 – RSAT Fix

Add-WindowsCapability failed. Error code = 0x800f0954

If you have tried to install Remote Server Administration tools for Windows 10 version 1809, 1903 or later you might have come across: Add-WindowsCapability failed. Error code = 0x800f0954. If you haven’t, that’s great! If you have, you’re in luck… Continue Reading

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Install RSAT for Windows 10 Version 1809, 1903 and Later

Install RSAT for Windows 10 Version 1809

In the previous versions of Windows, you always had to download and install the Remote Server Administration Tools aka RSAT from Microsoft’s page. Many people complained about the fact that every time you would upgrade to a later build, it… 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