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PowerShell – Execution of Scripts is Disabled on this System

Execution of Scripts is Disabled on this System When you try and run a #PowerShell Script and you are faced with the Error “Execution of Scripts is Disabled” The quick work around for this is to change the current Execution Policy using the following. Lets Change the Execution Policy by running a #OneLiner


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KEMP – Free Load Balancer

Free Load Balancer from KEMP Since the introduction of #Exchange 2010 Microsoft no longer recommend the use of “Windows Load balancer” for #Exchange. KEMP Provide an excellent alternative with great additional features. The Free version of #KEMP Load Balancer come with the following features. KEMP Technologies free LoadMaster Application Load Balancer is a fully featured…

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The-Term ‘Clean-Mailboxdatabase’ is not a recognized cmdlet,function, script Exchange 2013

Clean MailboxDatabase Command no longer Valid on #Exchange 2013

Command has  been decommissioned for Exchange 2013 and replaced with Update-StoreMailboxState Update-StoreMailboxState require the GUID of a mailbox to execute so it usually easier to run in combination with Get-MailboxStatistics like the example below Get-MailboxStatistics -Database MDB02 | ForEach { Update-StoreMailboxState -Database $_.Database -Identity $_.MailboxGuid…

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Rename Server using #Powershell

Rename Windows Server Name using #PowerShell Being in the #LazyAdminMode lets rename our server using #PowerShell Lets start by opening  #PowerShell  and type

and that is it 🙂 quick and easy #LoveIt Next lets restart the Server using #PowerShell  to apply the new name by typing

  To get more information regarding the…

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Windows Domain Join using #PowerShell

Here is a quick How-To Join a “Windows Server 2012” to Windows Domain using #PowerShell Lets start by launching #PowerShell and Type

2. Next we are prompted for valid credentials to Join the Server to the domain. 3.  After Adding the credentials you will be prompted with a Warning Message saying you need to…

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Windows SysInternals

Windows SysInternals for Nano Server Introduction The Sysinternals Troubleshooting Utilities have been rolled up into a single Suite of tools. This file contains the individual troubleshooting tools and help files. It does not contain non-troubleshooting tools like the BSOD Screen Saver or NotMyFault.

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How to Delete a User Profile from Server 2008 Terminal Server

Introduction DISCLAIMER: Editing\Deleting registry keys is very dangerous and should always be done with caution. Before making any changes to the registry please create backups and move them off the server from which you will be making registry changes. Steps (11 total) 1 Identify the SID of the user whose profile needs to be deleted.…

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Some Group Policy areas are missing from the Group Policy Editor

SUMMARY When you open the Group Policy Editor MMC snap-in tool, focused either on a local GPO or AD-based one, some Group Policy areas that are expected to appear may not be found. SYMPTOMS Some policy areas are missing when you open up the Group Policy editor. These missing policy areas are different than the…

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Basic Tintri Storage Tasks with Powershell

Download Tintri powershell tools here: Launch the Tintri Powershell Module Next we will connect to the Tintri Server Using the following command : Connect-TintriServer TintriServer (zactst01) Next you will be prompted to provide “Super Admin” Credentials for the Tintri Storage Device Next screen will show that we made a successful connection to the device…

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Find MAC Addresses of member NICs in a Native Windows Team

This article describes how to get the MAC addresses of all member Network Interface Cards (NICs ) in Native Windows Network Teams  present in a Windows Server 2012/2012 R2 using PowerShell. There are lot of instances where the network communications fail when we are teaming up the incorrect network interfaces. Especially when the team members…

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