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 …

Enable Windows Time Service Auditing

Accurate date and time in a domain environment is essential for authentication between clients and servers to work correctly. Kerberos Read More …

Event Log Trigger – Include Event Data in e-mail

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Resume Broken or Disconnected SSH Session (Linux)

That’s a common phenomenon that you break or disconnect your existing ssh connection to your host. It could be painful Read More …

Auditing File Shares (Windows Security Log)

Until Windows Server 2008, there were no specific events for file shares. But in Windows Server 2008 and later, there Read More …

Find out shutdown statistics (Windows)

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