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Marc R Kellerman Jul 19
Want to use a custom function inside a PSSession or BackgroundJob, use this oneliner to do all the heavy lifting.
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Matt Graeber Jul 18
I've been using Hyper-V for malware analysis for a while now and I've actually come to appreciate not being able to copy files out of my guest. I have Guest Services disabled and I do file transfers to/from with New-PSSession -VMName and Copy-Item in . I love it.
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Ubuntu Jul 20
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nohwnd Jul 20
Released Pester 4.4.0 just now. Available on all the usual places.
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The Hacker News Jul 20
Microsoft releases Core (command-line shell and scripting language) for all major distributions as a 'Snap' package. Its love for Linux continues…
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Marc R Kellerman Jul 17
[Update] Invoke-CommandAs can now allow you to run as SYSTEM. Returns PowerShell objects. You dont have any good reasons to use PSExec anymore. 😎
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Aleksandar🐧🐳💬Nikolić Jul 21
How do you pronounce "pwsh"?
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Matt Hitchcock Jul 12
It would be awesome if the engine provided another default parameter like “-Mock”, so instead of running the actual cmdlet it just returned a dummy output. Like a better -WhatIf. That’d make testing easier for sure.
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Don Jones® Jul 18
New learning project, and your opportunity to tell me what you think it’s worth!
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Australia and New Zealand PowerShell User Group 8h
We've now got a website with links to our various social media pages, past meetings (including the recordings) and info about upcoming meetings. Check it out!
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Mike Kanakos Jul 19
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Lawrence Hwang Jul 15
[new blog post] I went extra mile to solve an issue I ran into with and TLS. Hope it may be useful to you one day: When TLS 1.2 breaks Invoke-Webrequest
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Marc R Kellerman Jul 17
Made a function to Invoke-Command as SYSTEM, or provided credential, against local/remote computer. Returns PSObjects, handles network interruptions and resolves any Double-Hop issues.
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Bill Kindle 6h
So when boss asks “Bill! Can you verify that these domain controllers are 💯 operational?” I can say, “Sure!” Clickity-click. Invoke-Pester on my script repo and 💥! Full end-to-end infrastructure test complete in 781ms! KA-CHOW 😁
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Guy Leech Jul 20
To see all DNS registrations on a DNS Server, run the following on that server (or remotely via Enter-PSSession): ipmo DnsServer ; Get-DnsServerResourceRecord -ZoneName 'Your_FQDN' -RRType 'A'|?{ $_.HostName -notmatch 'DnsZones$' }|sort TimeStamp
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treno 42m
Want to run a cmdlet remotely without the need to move it and import it to the remote machine? just import it localy and run: invoke-command -computerName comp1 -ScriptBlock ${function:Get-bla} -credential
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treno 29m
Get-Help Get-Member your best friends in your journey :)
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treno 26m
Use -Example parameter with Get-Help to see examples of some usage of the command
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Doug Finke Jul 19
Rolling the odometer. Heading towards an unexpected milestone with my module. It started as an itch to scratch, then with community adoption, feedback and additions it has grown into a very useful tool. It’s been a blast, and there’s more to come.
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m3g9tr0n 17h
Using to Find Disabled or Inactive User Accounts in Active Directory
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