Changing the Timezone (Microsoft Windows)

Timezone is a critical settings on client and server systems. This setting is a “computer-wide” setting, not a per-user setting, so we will not be able to set a specific timezone for a specific user, on Windows systems. Read More …

Powershell – find files larger than a specific size

A common task, especially during the development of specific filesystem tasks in a script, is to find and list all files that are larger than a specific file size in folder (and subfolders); in the following example we will find files larger than 500 MB in the entire C:\ drive. Read More …

Exporting Data From SQL Server to Script File

SQL Server provides the ability to generate scripts for creating databases, tables, stored procedures, functions, views and inserting data. For Read More …

Calculate MD5 and SHA1 file hashes using PowerShell V4

The majority of software distribution occurs electronically. However, the larger the downloads, the larger the risk of corrupted data transfer. Read More …

Force a user logoff remotely with PowerShell

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Ubuntu Linux Server Guest VM no Shutdown/Restart (Hyper-V)

Linux doesn’t always run smoothly on Hyper-V, although it’s undeniable that the situation has gotten substantially better as Microsoft has Read More …

Common WMI queries

Below are some common WMI Queries that we have used, both during OSD (Operating System Deployment), startup/logon scripts or similar Read More …

Setup Transaction Replication in SQL Server 2012

Transaction Replication is used when DML or DDL schema changes performed on an object of one database on one SQL Read More …

Send email with attachment – PowerShell

Sending an email with PowerShell can be a great way to deliver data under the correct circumstances. It takes some Read More …