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Psexec is so much cooler than I thought

I had to do a little project a work and I have used psexec before but never really looked into it a whole lot. The issue is that we normally just xcopy stuff out and then execute it remotely with psexec. 87 more words

Installing Updates and patches on remote computers by powershell

In this post, we will use PowerShell to install updates and patches on remote computers using PSExec utility. Although this script is not as efficient as a full fledged SCCM or WUSA setup, but it can come handy in scenarios where the task of patching has to be done manually. 579 more words

Powershell

Getting Folder Details from Remote Computers using PowerShell

This is post all about getting details about shared folders from remote computers using few techniques. We can get various information like last modified time, ACLs, etc. 574 more words

Powershell

Installing SCCM Clients using PSEXEC

Hi Guys ,

Today i will be talking about the tool PSEXEC . This is a very import tool to do things remotely . First let’s see how to set up PSEXEC .We can install any software remotely through PSEXEC but for this blog we are discussing install of SCCM client. 361 more words

SCCM

Terminal server session disabled

Sometimes, when you are trying to do RDP,  you can see the error: terminal server session disabled. You will not be able to do anything remotely with the server, especially from Server Manager – you will see Kerberos authentication error message. 91 more words

Microsoft

Regain Admin Access to SQL Server

The Scenario

A user in my domain, Colin Casio, has a SQL Server 2008R2 instance running with Mixed Mode Authentication.

The Problem

Somehow Colin’s Windows account login got deleted by a user logged in as the sa account. 329 more words

Security

Allowing PSEXEC on Windows 10 PCs

Background:

PSEXEC is nice little command line utility that I’ve had to use for many years now in managing and troubleshooting Windows PCs remotely. Psexec is part of the PSTOOLS collection by the famed Mark Russinovich. 257 more words

Windows