Today, I’m going to show you how you can use Windows PowerShell to quickly and easily find the Windows event log entries that you need to see right now. By the end of this article, you’ll understand how to write event log queries that pull selected events from local and/or remote Windows computers.
After a recent Office 365 Exchange email migration, my customers were missing their shared mailboxes and receiving the error, “The folder you selected is not available,” when trying to open calendar shares in Outlook 2013. In this article, learn what caused the issue for us and how we resolved it.
The free eBooks for IT admins keep pouring in and I updated our list once again with two new books. In addition, you might be interested to hear that Microsoft Press currently offers a 40% discount on all books.
In the past, if you wanted to rename remote computers on the command line or with scripts, WMI or netdom were the means of choice. Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 introduced the Rename-Computer cmdlet for this purpose.
A few months ago, I reviewed EMCO Remote Installer 4.0, an application deployment and software inventory tool for small and mid-sized organizations. In the meantime, EMCO released Remote Installer 5.1. Interestingly, the main new features help you automate software deployment by reusing and combining elements.