Powershell – How to use Transcripts to keep history of commands and output

The primary tool for logging Powershell activity has been the Start-Transcript cmdlet. Simply enter this cmdlet followed by a path and filename for the log file that you want to create. PowerShell will populate the log file with every subsequent command that is entered. Read More …

Active Directory – Recycle Bin Feature

If an object has been deleted in your Active Directory, and you want it recovered, there are a number of things you can do. Simply put, ADRB allows you to recover objects immediately, without the need to use your System State backups, latent sites, or 3rd party add-ons. Read More …

Powershell – Find computer name and domain

Sometimes it’s useful to know the computer name and domain you are working on. The first of the following commands returns the FQDN of the computer on the format whereas the second one returns a list of information about the system. Read More …

Powershell – Force gpupdate on all Domain Computers

Client computers update Group Policies every 90 minutes by default, in a functional and working domain. In this brief article Read More …

Retrieve “Password Last Set” and Expiration Date (PowerShell)

In this post we will look how to retrieve password information, in an Active Directory domain, to find out when Read More …

Enable or Disable Clutter for Office 365 User Mailboxes

This article is just a guide for Office 365 Administrators and explains how you can enable or disable Clutter for Read More …

Enable and disable SMBv1, SMBv2, and SMBv3

We do not recommend that you disable SMBv2 or SMBv3. Disable SMBv2 or SMBv3 only as a temporary troubleshooting measure. Read More …

Grant Full Access to all mailboxes in Office 365

Here’s a quick way to give Administrator accounts full access to all users mailboxes in your Office 365 environment. Create Read More …

Powershell – arrays and collections’s iteration

To fully leverage the power of Windows PowerShell, you need to know how to use a foreach loop to iterate Read More …