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HOWTO: #PowerShell script to download, extract and add #SysinternalsSuite to the path

I absolutely love Microsoft’s Sysinternals Suite – it’s an amazing set of tools for troubleshooting and tweaking Windows machines.  Heck – there isn’t a day goes by that I don’t use at least one of the tools out of the suite.  327 more words


content database in sharepoint

content database in sharepoint

A content database in sharepoint is not the database server itself but container for all the content for a single web application. 303 more words


Good old dir and copy commands

This is a true troubleshooting story!

Today, one of the users of my application wanted to know if we can find out the original title of a ticket created in the Application. 220 more words


For security reasons DTD is prohibited in this XML document

I am working on a large data migration project at the moment working with SharePoint Online and just had to share this issue.. it kinda got me stumped for a while… 234 more words


[Solved] A remote session might have ended

You may get the following error while trying to use the New-PSSession or the Enter-PSSession cmdlets with the SSHTransport parameter.

This happens because the cmdlet doesn’t find the ssh.exe file. 67 more words


Have you ever wanted to create a real-time IT dashboard for your Hyper-V environment? It can be difficult to monitor and assess resources in large Hyper-V environments.

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PowerCLI: Find VMs with Any Independent Disks

I recently had a request come through to see if there was a way to quickly find any/all virtual machines with Independent Disks attached. In this particular scenario, I’ll be looking for these types of VMs within a specific datacenter object. 561 more words