Category: Scripting

Microsoft Windows PowerShell – Command Reference

The list below contains a reference list of Microsoft Windows PowerShell commands. Networking List Network Adapters Get-NetAdapter

VMware ESXi 5.5 – Scripted Installation

The script below is a sample script that may be used to automate the installation of VMware ESXi 5.5. For more information click here. # # Sample scripted installation file # # Accept the VMware End User License Agreement vmaccepteula # Set the root password for the DCUI and Tech Support Mode rootpw mypassword #…

Microsoft Windows PowerShell – Query a List of SAMAccountNames

The Microsoft PowerShell script below may be used to query a list of Microsoft Active Directory SAMAccountNames from a Notepad (.txt) file and output the Given Name and Enabled status in a CSV file.   #This scrip will query a list of SAMAccountNames from a notepad (.txt) file and provide the Name and Enabled status…

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>”

Microsoft Windows PowerShell – Configuring iSCSI Initiator Connections with Windows Server 2012 R2

You may modify the script below to automate the process of configuring an iSCSI Initiator with the Windows Server 2012 R2 operating system.

Microsoft Windows PowerShell – Enable IMCPv4 Ping Requests

You may use the following (2) commands to enable IMCPv4 ping requests for Windows Server 2012 R2 with Microsoft Windows PowerShell.

Microsoft Windows Powershell – Hyper-V Cmdlets

In order to view all of the Microsoft Hyper-V Cmdlets use the command get-command -module hyper-v. You may explore these commands and create scripts to automate your Hyper-V administration. Automation can save your Information Technology (IT) department both time and money.

Microsoft Windows PowerShell – Configure IP Address(es) and DNS Server(s)

You may modify the following Microsoft PowerShell (.ps1) script to configure the Internet Protocol (IP) and Domain Name System (DNS) servers for a Network Interface Card (NIC) in Windows Server 2012 R2.