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#PSTip Select non-administrative shared folders using Win32_Share WMI class

#PSTip Select non-administrative shared folders using Win32_Share WMI class

Note: This tip required PowerShell 3.0 or above The Win32_Share WMI class can be used to enumerate all shares on the local or remote system. In this tip, Get-CimInstance will… Read more »

Using PowerShell to troubleshoot the Exchange mailbox creation process

Using PowerShell to troubleshoot the Exchange mailbox creation process

I’ve been recently tasked by the team responsible for user account management to investigate why a user mailbox wasn’t created along with its Active Directory account. PowerShell being my favorite… Read more »

#PSTip Enumerating mapped network drives using WScript.Network

#PSTip Enumerating mapped network drives using WScript.Network

In the ‘Create mapped network drive using WScript.Network‘ tip, it was shown how a mapped drive can be mounted. The WScript.Network object also contains the EnumNetworkDrives method which enumerates all… Read more »

How I’ve started loving PowerShell

How I’ve started loving PowerShell

So, it’s my turn to present myself! I’m Fabien, 32 years old and I started using PowerShell in 2008 because I’m a lazy guy. I’ve always liked to build things… Read more »

#PSTip Rename a local or a mapped drive using Shell.Application

#PSTip Rename a local or a mapped drive using Shell.Application

In the ‘Create mapped network drive using WScript.Network‘ post, it was shown how a mapped drive can be mounted. The mapped drive doesn’t initially have a friendly name–only the name… Read more »

Automating deployments in Configuration Manager with PowerShell

Automating deployments in Configuration Manager with PowerShell

Introduction First of all, thanks to PowerShell magazine for giving me this great honour to post an article here. There have been a few articles about Configuration Manager in PowerShell… Read more »

#PSTip Create mapped network drive using WScript.Network

#PSTip Create mapped network drive using WScript.Network

There are multiple methods of mapping network drives in PowerShell. In the past the net.exe tool was used and since PowerShell 3.0 drives can be persistently mapped using the New-PSDrive… Read more »

Using PowerShell to discover information about your Microsoft SQL Servers

Using PowerShell to discover information about your Microsoft SQL Servers

I’m an infrastructure guy who supports many different products at multiple datacenters in an enterprise environment. One of those products is Microsoft SQL Server which I’ve been supporting since version… Read more »

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