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How PowerShell transcription logs can boost your system security

Worried someone may be using PowerShell for nefarious purposes? Here is how to leverage PowerShell transcription logs to see what’s…

5 months ago

Improve security with PowerShell’s constrained language mode

Constrained language mode is very powerful tool for locking down PowerShell in an effort to prevent it from being used…

5 months ago

Working with user role quotas in System Center Virtual Machine Manager

An important part of setting up a private cloud is defining user role quotas for those who will be using…

5 months ago

Spring cleaning: Collect AD stale accounts and move them to an OU

If your Active Directory is getting cluttered with stale accounts, it’s time to do some spring cleaning — and here’s…

5 months ago

Too much fun and games? Control Microsoft Teams with PowerShell

Microsoft Teams lets users use gifs and emojis to express themselves. But what if you don't want to allow that?…

5 months ago

Making sure Active Directory administrative security groups are secured

To keep your system safe and secure, it is necessary to perform security checks on administrative security groups. Here’s an…

5 months ago

Repair Hyper-V hosts and virtual machines with PowerShell

Hyper-V is reliable for hosting virtual machines, but things sometimes go wrong. Fortunately, PowerShell can repair Hyper-V hosts and fix…

6 months ago

PowerShell Core vs. PowerShell: What are the differences?

PowerShell has been a go-to program for admins and advanced Windows users for years. But now Microsoft is promoting PowerShell…

7 months ago

Using PowerShell to check domain controllers’ uptime

It is necessary to check if domain controllers were rebooted to avoid security risks as patching them means a reboot.…

7 months ago

Are your GPOs applying? Use this PowerShell script to find out

Checking whether your GPOS are all applying can be a time-consuming task. Fortunately, this handy PowerShell script will do the…

7 months ago