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Jul
20
revised Powershell Querying Code
wrong comment
Jul
20
revised Powershell Querying Code
This only outputs user objects
Jul
20
answered Powershell Querying Code
Jun
23
comment Can I find the path to a DCOM application executable with WMI or Powershell?
I don't have a 2003 machine to test on. Perhaps you can use the reg.exe command.
Jun
23
revised Can I find the path to a DCOM application executable with WMI or Powershell?
added reg.exe
Jun
17
answered Can I find the path to a DCOM application executable with WMI or Powershell?
Jun
5
answered powershell change filename using first 10 characters and mask
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Dec
17
answered How can I speed up PowerShell cmdlets that are using the -CimSession parameter?
Dec
17
comment How to retrieve a MDT task sequence variable and use it properly inside Powershell
Does passing "-source $env:systemdrive\dep" give the same error as "$($env:systemdrive)\dep" ?
Nov
20
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Jul
16
comment PowerShell Script to Move ADUser to appropriate group based on its Department ID attribute
Are you saying you extended the schema to include those attributes?
Jul
16
comment SCCM - does captured image HW = deployed?
Agreed. Johan's "total control" organization of drivers is the way to go, if not a little OCD-ish.
Jul
16
comment Remove 'dead' server from Active Directory
@Chris S I sit corrected.
Jul
16
comment Remove 'dead' server from Active Directory
@Chris S Populated, not empty, in use; whatever term you wish to use. To my knowledge one cannot join a computer to a domain where a computer object with the same name already exists if it is in this state.
Jul
16
comment Remove 'dead' server from Active Directory
She won't be able to do this because the computer object exists in AD in a populated state. It needs to be reset or delete/created.
Jul
14
comment “service varnish stop” doesn't actually stop Varnish
@jamescridland Yes, also check there is no /etc/init.d/varnish4 script there or anything similar.
Jul
14
comment “service varnish stop” doesn't actually stop Varnish
service just passes the command to the /etc/init.d/varnish script. Perhaps that script was not updated upon upgrade. What method did you use to upgrade?