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Service Status Monitoring using PowerShell

PowerShell is a blessing for Windows administrators. With the level of reach that PowerShell has in Windows, there is hardly anything in Windows administration that cannot be achieved using PowerShell. Recently, a colleague requested for a script that could help... [ScriptInside]: >_

| 8 min read

Removing Chrome data (or anything) from Citrix profiles

Citrix User Profile Management (or UPM) is used in many environments to ensure that users’ data is uniform across the entire Citrix infrastructure. This way, a user can access his work anywhere. Citrix UPM handles this by synchronising users’ profiles... [ScriptInside]: >_

| 17 min read

Get a server health status report for multiple servers

As administrators, we juggle multiple servers at a time. Hardly do we deal only with a handful servers. Imagine a situation where you use SCCM to patch your servers, and that the patching is completely automated using an automatic deployment... [ScriptInside]: >_

| 13 min read

Distribution Group clean-up using PowerShell

One of the downsides of old environments is the scope (and necessity) for clean-up. It often happens that there are more groups in an environment than users. And it is certainly not uncommon. In today’s post, we look at a... [ScriptInside]: >_

| 11 min read

Find the computer responsible for user account lockout

Most enterprises of today have a set of security policies that govern how an Active Directory account is handled. Most environments today also have a strong password policy. Some have account lockout policies as well. In most environments I’ve worked... [ScriptInside]: >_