Building on top of my previous post on securing a password here and using it to join to a domain here, we can use this to define a user account to copy files from a workstation to a server.
Say you have a folder structure like the following where under each folder there are files but you want to copy the files in the subfolders to it’s own directory You can run the following PowerShell command
Creating an invoice with Google Sheets is very simple, this will calculate tax, shipping and handling plus extra fees like PayPal and shopping fees for personal shoppers After creating a new Google Sheet create a header on row 1 with the following Description Qty Unit Price Tax Total Price You can now fill in some… Continue reading Google Sheets Invoice
To join a Windows computer to a domain using PowerShell use the following script. You can read my previous post, here on how to create the password file.
Encrypt password with key using PowerShell. One major issue that I had to overcome, was to hide the password for the scripts that I will use them on schedule and there will be no need to include it as clear text. Using the below I was able to encrypt the password of the user that… Continue reading Encrypt password with key using PowerShell
Download BGInfo from https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897557.aspx Once the download is completed and extracted there will be two files.
View & share your Boarding Pass and Frequent Flyer Points https://go.nasa.gov/InSightPass Source: Send Your Name to Mars: InSight
Thin provisioned disks are a great feature to save capacity as you virtual machines filesystem will never use the full capacity. I do not know a single system where you do not have at least 10GB of free space for OS disks. I am not considering databases, applications or fileservers which will grow constantly. Having thin provisioned… Continue reading How to Shrink a Thin Provisioned Virtual Disk (VMDK)
I’ve used this article as a base to configure VLAN’s in the past. I will say this is a great in-depth view on how to create VLAN!
So I’ve been using Bing as my default search engine for quite some time now, I mean you can even buy a new Windows 8.1 with Bing computer now! The point is that Bing will give you points (currently 1 credit for every 2 searches) that you can redeem for gift cards, sweepstakes or even… Continue reading Bing Rewards