• How can I determine if I installed a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows Server 2008

    I'm using a PowerShell console and I need to know the different commands that can be executed to find out if the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows Server 2008 is installed. I appreciate the help.

    ITKE342,785 pointsBadges:
  • PowerShell isn’t installed on my Windows Server 2012 Server Core

    Currently in my Windows Server 2012 Server Core, my PowerShell was deleted after an installation. How can I re-install it? I personally don't have remote administration rights so that's not an option for me. What should I do?

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  • Can I see the GAC assembly details in Windows Server 2012?

    Could someone tell me how to see the GAC assembly details in Windows Server 2012? I've already managed to register through PowerShell but I need to verify that's it been done correctly. Thanks!

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  • Can I found out which computer is the domain controller in Microsoft Windows?

    Inside of our company, we have several small networks that are used for testing and the majority of them have their own domain. I have a Windows XP workstation and I'm a member of one of the domains and I'm trying to figure out the name of the domain controller so I can see what other users are...

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  • How can I determine the storage type remotely using PowerShell?

    I need to collect the attached storage types for each server in our environment. We have several hundred servers (all on either Windows Server 2003 or 2008). Ideally, we're looking for a script that can be used if the attached storage is either SAN, SAN mirrored, NAS or Local but we can't find a...

    ITKE342,785 pointsBadges:
  • Attempting to map network drive with different username / password

    Now, I have the following PowerShell script that allows my local machine to automatically map network drives. $net = $(New-Object -ComObject WScript.Network); $net.MapNetworkDrive("p:", "\\papabox\files"); $net = $(New-Object -ComObject WScript.Network); $net.MapNetworkDrive("q:",...

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  • Using VMware ESX Server in PowerShell, how do I perform HTTP PUT?

    I know that ESX, ESXi, and VirtualCenter are able to perform HTTP PUT uploads, but I can’t figure out how to do it. I have successfully performed downloads, but PUT has me confused. What do I need to do?

    ITKE342,785 pointsBadges:
  • Powershell

    How do I create a new active directory user in powershell?

    celshaug15 pointsBadges:
  • How to connect to VM full screen/Hyper-V?

    I’m trying to change over some of our machines from Windows Server 2008 R2 to run on VM. I did this using Powershell, but now I can’t get the systems to do anything more than boot up. I’ve done some research on how to connect to VM, but can find nothing on how to load up the VM full screen...

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  • Is it possible for Active Directory Adminsitrative Center to be extended?

    Is it possible for Active Directory Adminsitrative Center to be extended, since its  based off of powershell? Can i include domains and trusts?

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  • Accessing PowerShell on Server Core

    Every time I log into a Server 2012 Core installation locally, I have to type powershell to get to the PowerShell command line instead of just cmd. How can I configure the server to go into a PowerShell prompt instead of cmd, without removing the PowerShell Windows Feature?

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  • How do I copy a file multiple times and rename it different every time

    So I am not very good with scripting and was wondering if someone could help me. What I want to do is copy a single file multiple times and have it renamed almost the same with one letter different each time. Example, I have file ReportA.r and I want to copy it multiple times and rename it like...

    P0pcan5 pointsBadges:
  • PowerShell and CMD

    I need a little and fast help in some commands in cmd and PowerShell: copy, delete, list processes, list services, show connected computers, users, shared folder.

    secOfficer385 pointsBadges:
  • Powershell, loop through two different arrays?

    Helllo, What I am trying to accomplish is reading in two separate text files and going through them 1 by 1. Say text file 1 is computer names and text file 2 is ABCDEFG (the alphabet) In the script i'm trying to access a remote computer(s) (According to the text file 1) and access a text file on...

    bradob160 pointsBadges:
  • Struggling with Exchange Server 2010

    Hi Guys, I am trying to set up mailboxes in Exchange 2010 for existing users, and am not having much luck. I have tried using powershell as follows Enable-Mailuser -Identity 'Samuel Goldstein' Alias 'GoldsteS' - ExternalEmailAddress 'SMTP:Samuel.Goldstein@iacetalbus.com' And thsi creates a Mail...

    AgirlcalledMaria5 pointsBadges:
  • PowerShell to create an Active Directory script

    Can we use PowerShell to create a AD script to alert managers to when their subordinates log on to the network?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Need help with Powershell script to remove entries from IIS log file

    Can anyone provide a sample Powershell script that can loop through a list of IIS log files and parse out certain lines based on a pattern? We need to parse out all lines that have GSA as our Google Search Appliance is crawling our site and artificially driving up our Webtrends web analytics page...

    TechTalker2,310 pointsBadges:
  • smart attributes from wmi or powershell

    hi want to get the HDD smart attributes without using any vbs file or readymade tool just looking towards wmi or powershell please help me out

    Smartly5 pointsBadges:
  • Report labels

    Since I am new to this - Is there a way to rename the labels for the categories DriveType, VolumeName or Name in a select statement as you would for: "select @{l='Server';e={$_.__SERVER}}"?

    ConFlicker210 pointsBadges:
  • Windows PowerShell Tutorial

    Can anyone recommend/provide a link to a good Windows PowerShell Video tutorial?

    TechTalker2,310 pointsBadges:

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