Server Administration with the GUI – PowerShell Samples

via Chad Cox on Technet,

“I need to know how to do my job and perform certain task”  When it comes to PowerShell this is the most common request I get around PowerShell training topics.  As admins continue to struggle with the decision on whether they use a GUI on Windows Server or to use Core, I want to provide the most basic cmdlets and resources that one would need to administer Windows Server successfully.   This blog entry wont go into the why I think everyone should move to Windows Server Core or why I think everyone needs to learn PowerShell as a scripting language.

Most Useful Cmdlets

PowerTip: Find Array Members with Get-Member in PowerShell

Is it safe to use ALIASES in scripts?

Weekend Scripter: Looking at PowerShell Aliases

PowerShell Modules

Welcome to the PowerShell Gallery

Overview of the PowerShell Get module to find scripts

Features and Roles

Useful Windows Feature Commands

Server Rename, Shutdown, Restart and Domain Joining

Use PowerShell to Reset the Secure Channel on a Desktop

CIM – WMI

CIM and WMI is an entire session in its self, going to provide some useful links for you to read up on.  The bottom line is wmi cmdlets and cim cmdlets have their uses.  But learing to leverage cimcmdlets will simplify task

CIM Cmdlets – Some Tips & Tricks

Remoting Week: Remoting Recap

Remoting the Implicit Way

Introduction to CIM Cmdlets

Should I use CIM or WMI with Windows PowerShell?

Comparing CIM and WMI in PowerShell

Using PowerShell CIM Cmdlets to Explore WMI Classes

Part 1 – Install Bash on Windows 10, OMI CIM Server, and DSC for Linux

Extending Inventory on Linux and UNIX computers using Open Management Infrastructure (OMI)

Services and Processes

The Scripting Wife Uses PowerShell to Find Service Accounts

Use PowerShell to Find Non-Starting Automatic Services

Three Cool PowerShell Service Tricks

Get Process Owner and Other Info with WMI and PowerShell

Use PowerShell to Explore Process Threads in Windows

Local User and Local Groups

Adding Local Users to Local Groups

Use PowerShell to Add Local Users to Local Groups

Use PowerShell to Create Local Groups

How Can I Use Windows PowerShell to Determine the Status of the Guest Account?

Files and Folders

Learn How to Use the PowerShell Env: PSDrive

Playing with the AD: Drive for Fun and Profit

Working with Certificates in PowerShell

Use PowerShell to Work Easily with Drives and Paths

Hey scripting guys providers

Shares

The basics of SMB PowerShell, a feature of Windows Server 2012 and SMB 3.0

The built-in SMB PowerShell aliases in Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8

Registry

Update or Add Registry Key Value with PowerShell

Use PowerShell to Enumerate Registry Property Values

Use PowerShell to Edit the Registry on Remote Computers

Use PowerShell to Create New Registry Keys on Remote Systems

Event Logs

Use FilterHashTable to Filter Event Log with PowerShell

Windows Event Log in PowerShell – Part II

Processing Event Logs in PowerShell

Use PowerShell Cmdlet to Filter Event Log for Easy Parsing

Data Mine the Windows Event Log by Using PowerShell and XML

Perfmon or PerfData

Using PowerShell To Gather Performance Data

Use PowerShell to Parse Saved Performance Counter Logs

Device and Drivers

PowerTip: Disable plug and play device with PowerShell

PowerTip: Find all devices connected to a computer

Ooooh… PnP Cmdlets & Surface Book Fun!

Network and Network Capture

Windows Server 2012 “Server 8 Beta” NIC teaming

New Networking Diagnostics with PowerShell in Windows Server R2

PowerTip: Use PowerShell to Count Hops to Server

Windows PowerShell equivalents for common networking commands

Packet Sniffing with PowerShell: Getting Started

Use PowerShell to Parse Network Trace Logs

Use PowerShell to Test Connectivity on Remote Servers

Disk

Managing Storage with Windows PowerShell on Windows Server 2012

Use PowerShell to Initialize Raw Disks and to Partition and Format Volumes

Patching

Use PowerShell to Find Hotfixes Installed in Time Range

Features Removed or Deprecated in Windows Server 2016

Date, Time, and Time Zone

#get-command *timezone*
#get-command *-date*
#get-date
#get timezone information
Get-TimeZone

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