Powershell is really nice and useful. Although it requires a learning cost as most of the other languages, for windows admis it may make the life better and easier. In the sample below, all windows log file names are printed to the screen. By the way, if working with windows logs search or look automation,… Continue reading List Windows Logs
While managing or configuring windows servers from a management server, a log may be needed for servers being managed. For that purpose, following powershell command might be used. In this example, “RemoteComputerName” logs are displayed and filtered according to “Logname” and “EventID”.
While using DFS Replication, you may encounter problems or file is not replicated if file is in use. In this situation, we had to replicate files manually several times. We first killed all handles to the file and overwrote the file with the newer one. But this action has a side effect, keep reading. DFSR… Continue reading DFSR Database Rebuild
Group policies are one of the most important instruments of administering windows machines which are part of the domain. Most of the bulk settings and configurations are applied via them. What is more, they are so powerful and may cause catastrophic results if misconfigured. Besides, there are some policies that have more than 100 settings… Continue reading Group Policy Backup
Active Directory powershell module is one of my favorite ones. Daily routines can easily be done or different systems integration becomes so easy with it. Especially, without trying to learn Active Directory gui search syntax (ldap, I mean), results can be taken out and formatted as intended. I like it. Check this article to have… Continue reading Get Password Last Set