Month: July 2014

Microsoft Windows PowerShell – Systeminfo and System Boot Time

The systeminfo command in Microsoft Windows PowerShell will provide you with many statistics for your Windows server. If you’re ever looking for the servers uptime then you may use the following command: systeminfo | find “System Boot Time”


.NET Framework – Enable .NET Framework in Windows Server 2012

The webpage below will provide you with the steps to enable the Microsoft .NET Framework in Windows Server 2012. Enable .NET Framework 3.5 by using the Add Roles and Features Wizard (Windows Server 2012 only).


Microsoft Windows PowerShell – List Installed Applications

This script will query a remote computer’s list of installed applications and provide the output in a file and directory of your choice. Example: gwmi win32_product -ComputerName “Computer1” | out-file -filepath “<File Path>”


Microsoft Windows PowerShell – List Installed Microsoft Updates

This script will provide a list of the Microsoft updates that have been applied to the local computer and provide the output in a file asd well as a directory of your choice. Example: Get-HotFix | out-file -filepath “<File Path>”


Microsoft Windows PowerShell – List Microsoft Active Directory Group Members

This script will list the name and account name of each user within an Active Directory group and provide the output of the results in a file and directory of your choice. Example: Get-ADGroupMember -identity “<Group Name>” | Select Name, SamAccountName | out-file -filepath “<File Path>”