PowerShell Quick Tip: Track the time it takes for your scripts to run

Most PowerShell scripts are pretty quick to execute, but if you want to know exactly how quick (or slow), you…

2 months ago

Exploring native software inventory logging in Windows Server

Windows Server has built-software inventory logging that can be very useful. Here’s how to use this little-known feature.

5 months ago

Automating Active Directory tasks with PowerShell

Active Directory administration can be a drag. A much better approach is to use PowerShell for automating Active Directory jobs.

6 months ago

Need to know? Checking the last logon username and time

You may want to know the last logon username for your Windows client computer and production server. With PowerShell, get…

9 months ago

Microsoft Windows Admin Center: A work in progress

Windows Admin Center, Microsoft’s “single pane of glass” for managing Windows servers, has a lot going for it. It still…

11 months ago

Windows Server 2019 Essentials: New option for small businesses

Windows Server 2019 Essentials has just been announced. Here’s what’s inside this new version of Microsoft’s on-premises server for small…

1 year ago

How to get a handle on Microsoft Windows patch management

Can't keep up with updating your Windows servers and clients? Is patching spinning out of control? Here's how you can…

1 year ago

New Windows Server Remote Desktop web client now generally available

Microsoft’s Windows Server Remote Desktop web client can help IT admins do their jobs quicker and more efficiently. Here’s more…

1 year ago

Improve your PowerShell scripts with these 2 easy ways to handle errors

When writing PowerShell scripts, not all outcomes will be perfect. Here’s how to catch and handle errors that might occur.

2 years ago

Help corner: Timeout problems when initiating an RDP session

If your attempts at initiating a new RDP session times out, this real-life troubleshooting story may provide you with some…

2 years ago