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Posted @ Monday, 10 October 2011 2:01 PM By Chris Brown
In the month of November, join Shane Hoey (PowerShell MVP) and Chris Brown as they run some free (as in free beer) PowerShell virtual workshops. If you're interested in learning or refining your PowerShell skills, or you know of any system administrators who may be, this could be well worthwhile.
Posted @ Wednesday, 27 July 2011 9:51 AM By James Bannan
Want to know how long it takes all of your users to log on to your domain systems? With some PowerShell you'll be able to get all that information so that your users (and management) will love you, love you, love you...
Posted @ Wednesday, 27 July 2011 12:37 AM By Chris Brown
Exchange admins will often need to export lists of all email addresses in the organisation. Some spam appliances can't do an AD lookup, and some cloud-hosted services will require a full list. Perhaps your HR department are just a little grouchy. For whatever reason you may need a list of all email addresses, this is your solution! Read on ...
Posted @ Thursday, 5 August 2010 8:10 AM By James Bannan
Calculate folder and subfolder sizes with PowerShell
Posted @ Wednesday, 23 June 2010 1:51 PM By James Bannan
Want to force-empty domain user Recycle Bins (sounds like a Jedi power)? Can be done with PowerShell and GPO.