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Oct
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answered Powershell use Get-WinEvent with hashtable to query very specific time range
Oct
14
comment Powershell use Get-WinEvent with hashtable to query very specific time range
I think I got it working
Oct
13
comment Powershell use Get-WinEvent with hashtable to query very specific time range
using event viewer with a filter applied does actually show the events, and the initial $lockedout query actually determines if any users have been locked out in the last 3 hours, and echos it, and I'm getting results echoed.
Oct
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Jan
20
asked SCOM 2012 delineating overrides between classes and objects
Nov
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asked Server 2008 R2 - Apply New permissions to all printers on server
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Aug
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answered Cannot connect to windows server by name over vpn connection
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Apr
30
answered Look up manufacturer based on Mac Address?
Apr
29
answered Outlook users connected to exchange can email from other email accounts
Apr
29
answered Exchange 2010: Event id 9554 for deleted mailbox
Apr
29
answered Reconnect a Remote Desktop connection after rebooting the host
Apr
29
answered Open program on server remotely?
Apr
29
comment How can I automate the process of fetching files from remote Windows servers?
it also just occurred, if you're not looking to reinvent the wheel for each client server, you could create a VPN and a file repository on your end wherever the files need to end up, then just create schedule tasks on the client machines to dial your VPN, copy the files, then disconnect
Apr
29
answered How can I automate the process of fetching files from remote Windows servers?
Apr
29
answered Windows 7 Embedded Standard Offer Remote Assistance Issue