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How to easily find, create and delete snaphots in your FailoverCluster realm
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An Ultimate test-environment workbench
Decomission VM from AD and Hyper-V host or Cluster
How to detach and remove disk from VM
Quickly add disks to Virtual Machines
Configure Anti-Affinity Groups through PowerShell
Configure Possible Owner through PowerShell
Configure Preferred Owner through PowerShell
Get quick insight into your VM assets
Some insight and code for configuring preferred, possible owners and anti-affinity groups
Qick search for all VMs with given IP
Where’s my time
How to send custom object to Azure Logs
When you just cipy files over and over and finally want to do some cleanup…
How to quickly Sort users if they belong to a set of groups
Remove RDS server
Just a quickie note.
Format drive - the Lazy way
Installing a new font in Windows
PSDay UK 2019 - a new experience!
PSConfEU - the greatest Conference Ever!
New Year - new challenges
Migrate old SBS 2008 workload to Windows 2019 and Office 365
Imagine you need to grab all users from a given location, check whether they are not in a specific group and then split the result into smaller chunks.
List with some health checks for Active Directory
Intro ‘Privileged’ accounts and groups in Active Directory are those to which powerful rights, privileges, and permissions are granted that allow them to ...
PowerShell ❤ Pester and Pester ❤ PowerShell.
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Two quick ways to get BitLocker keys from AD accros the realm
Get the One!
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Domain Controller not available on SBS 2003 single DC environment
Easy way to enable Credential Guard on Win 10 machine
Clean Azure AD from unneeded Guest accounts
Running a Jekyll in WSL on your Windows 10 machine
Configure more advanced Veeam lab with VyOS router and Hyper-V
When troubleshooting MMA sometimes clearing cache is necessary. This is a simple how to.