Category: Microsoft Windows PowerShell

Microsoft Windows Command Prompt – Configure Network Settings

You may use the following commands from the Windows command prompt to configure the IP address and DNS server of a server running Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard. You will need to modify the name of the network interface card, IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS server. netshinterface ip set address name=”ethernet” static…


Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller 8 – Get IP Address

Have you ever connected to a remote server but didn’t know what it’s Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller 8 (iDRAC8) Internet Protocol (IP) address was? Well, you may use the following command to get the IP address of an iDRAC8. racadm getniccfg Additionally, more information may be found here.


Microsoft Hyper-V – View All Virtual Machines in a Failover Cluster

You may use the following Microsoft Windows PowerShell cmdlet to view all of the virtual machines in a Microsoft Windows Hyper-V Failover Cluster. In order for this cmdlet to provide the list of virtual machines it will need to be run from a Hyper-V host in the cluster. Get-ClusterGroup | ? {$_.GroupType -eq ‘VirtualMachine’ }…


Microsoft Office 365 – Export Group Members

You may use the following commands to connect to Microsoft Office 365 from Windows PowerShell then export the members of a group to a file of your choice. Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned $UserCredential = Get-Credential $Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://outlook.office365.com/powershell-liveid/ -Credential $UserCredential -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection Import-PSSession $Session -DisableNameChecking Get-UnifiedGroup -Identity “<<<INSERT_GROUP_NAME>>>” | Get-UnifiedGroupLinks -LinkType Member…


Microsoft Active Directory – Add-Computer Cmdlet

You may use the following Windows PowerShell cmdlet to add a host to a Microsoft Active Directory domain with a specific domain controller. You will need to substitute the DOMAIN parameter with the actual domain name. Add-Computer -DomainName DOMAIN -Server DOMAIN\DC01


Microsoft Active Directory – Trust Relationship Failure with Primary Domain

If you’ve worked with Microsoft Active Directory, then it’s very likely you’ve seen the following error message while trying to login to a server or workstation using domain credentials: “The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed.” Typically, this is resolved by removing the server or workstation from the domain then rejoining…


Amazon Web Services – Verify AWS CLI Installation

You may use the following link to receive instructions on installing the AWS CLI. Additionally, to verify the installation, navigate to C:\Program Files\Amazon\AWSCLI for x64 operating systems and C:\Program Files (x86)\Amazon\AWSCLI for x86 operating systems. Lastly, you may verify the version of the AWS CLI using the aws –version command from a Windows Command Prompt…


Microsoft Windows Server 2016 – Delete Recycle Bin Items

You may use the command below from the Microsoft Windows command prompt to delete the objects in the recycle bin for all users on Microsoft Windows Server 2016. rd /s /q c:\$Recycle.Bin


Microsoft Windows PowerShell – Get DHCP IPv4 Scope Details

The Windows PowerShell cmdlet below will query a remote Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server and provide the lease duration of each IPv4 scope. Get-DhcpServerv4Scope -ComputerName HOSTNAME | Select ScopeID, LeaseDuration


Microsoft Active Directory – Computer Object Password

You may use the following Windows PowerShell cmdlets to view the last time an Active Directory (AD) computer object reset it’s password for all of the computer objects in an AD domain or an individual computer object in an AD domain. Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Properties PasswordLastSet | Select Name, PasswordLastSet | Sort-Object Name, PasswordLastSet |…