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Category Archives: PowerShell
I recently wrote a blog about importing data from a CSV file to use in PowerShell scripting. I added a little note at the bottom of that blog noting that each item’s value that is imported from a CSV file … Continue reading
Most Administrators Still Prefer Command Line Interface over Graphical User Interface While faster processors, more RAM, smart phones, and the advent of touch screens has spawned a world of touchable, flashy and graphically stylized GUIs, we often forget that the root … Continue reading
PowerShell and Your Data Made Easy There comes a time in every Administrator’s life that requires performing some action, multiple times, with some form of data. For example, maybe you have an exported list of user records from Active Directory that need … Continue reading
…Umm, how do I work on this project again? I’ve worked on many different software projects. Typically I handle them through the course of my job, but there’s been times where I’ve dug into some existing open source projects. Getting your head … Continue reading
Understanding SCOrch Runbooks and PowerShell If you’re not familiar with “SCOrch”, it stands for System Center Orchestrator. Orchestrator serves the role as the “automater” in Microsoft’s System Center suite, and it’s used to create “Runbooks” which are basically workflows that … Continue reading
During my time of providing SharePoint support, I’ve experienced a number of issues that required PowerShell to resolve. These were situations that for one reason or another, the user was unable to resolve the issue through the Graphic User Interface … Continue reading
(Also, check our related post What SharePoint Version Am I Using? that goes into a little more depth at determining if you are using SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013.) This post will show you the quickest route to … Continue reading