Category Archives: PowerShell

Running PowerShell on Mac OS

PowerShell for everyone! In this Tutorial we are going the installation process on Mac OS. Solution The first step is to download the .pkg file which is required for MacOS…

How to list all static hosts in DNS

In this Tutorial we are going over the process to list all static entries in any given DNZ zone. Solution If you are responsible to manage the Active Directory DNS…

How to activate synchronization in Office365

We are going over the process to enable synchronization in the new Office 365 Administration Center and also using PowerShell.  Solution In some scenario where the administrator is trying to…

Managing features at Network Adapter level using PowerShell

Using PowerShell to manage features at network adapter level, the tasks that we are going over on this Tutorial may be required when managing a larger number of servers, using…

Network Virtualization and DNS registration using PowerShell

Using a simple PowerShell cmdlet to remove the DNS registration on Virtual NIC (vNICs) created by Virtual Machine Manager. Solution This Tutorial was created to remove the DNS Registration of…

Using PowerShell to create Active Directory Users

PowerShell helps administrators that want to create users based on a file, this type of scenario is common in small migrations where a list of the user is provided and…

Script to create a VPN Site-to-Site using Azure Resource Manager

The process to create a VPN Site-to-Site in Microsoft Azure requires a series of cmdlets, and at this time the administrator cannot use Azure Preview Portal for that purpose. Solution…

Using Azure Resource Manager in PowerShell

How to connect to Microsoft Azure PowerShell and use Azure Resource Manager deployment mode. Solution Microsoft Azure is a dynamic environment, and the process described here is going to be…

PowerShell and logon Scripts

In this Tutorial we are going over the process to create a logon script using PowerShell and that will work for all systems running at least Windows Server 2008 R2…

Using PowerShell as default option in Windows 10 menu

By default in Windows 10 (well, on previous versions as well) when we either use right-click on the lower-left corner or Windows + X , we will have a menu…