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Category: Networking

How to use PowerShell to find the oldest file on your system

This PowerShell script finds the oldest file on your system, but it’s really a building block you can use to…

Help corner: How to manage large email attachments

Huge email attachments can mean big problems for IT pros who administer mail services. Here are some ways you can…

Questions you must ask your potential managed IT vendor

Choosing the right managed IT vendor is not rocket science. But picking the wrong one can crash and burn your…

PowerShell power lesson: This is no ordinary variable

In PowerShell, using “$_.” is just a few tiny characters. But this variable can deliver some mighty muscle to your…

Automating application packaging with PowerShell

Packaging software applications for deployment can often be a headache. Let’s see how one admin made application packaging easy with…

Light at the end of the tunnel: Transitioning to IPv6 with ISATAP

Migrating from IPv4 to IPv6 doesn't have to be difficult. Get the job done using intra-site automatic tunnel addressing protocol,…

More PowerShell one-liner commands

You don’t always need long PowerShell scripts to get the information you need. These PowerShell one-liner commands are useful and…

Cisco Crosswork offers new framework for modern networking

Cisco Crosswork is a new automated framework that can help you keep up with the ever-changing demands of modern networking.

Product Review: SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor 12.3 & Network Configuration Manager 7.8

Here’s an in-depth look at the latest versions of the popular network management and monitoring software from SolarWinds.

Nifty little time savers: The power of PowerShell logical operators

Writing a PowerShell statement with multiple conditions means you will spend much time writing your scripts — unless you use…