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Adam Bertram
Adam Bertram is a 20-year veteran of IT. He’s currently an automation engineer, blogger, independent consultant, freelance writer, author, and trainer. Adam focuses on DevOps, system management, and automation technologies as well as various cloud platforms. He is a Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP and efficiency nerd that enjoys teaching others a better way to leverage automation.
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Posted on 10.06.20 by Adam Bertram

Mobile File Transfers On The Go

Transferring files quickly and securely in a modern business environment is a challenge with various devices, methods, and environments an individual may find themselves in.

Posted on 09.22.20 by Adam Bertram

What is an AD FS Server?

Setting up an AD FS server can be difficult, as there are many options and configurations that you need to be aware of.

Posted on 08.07.20 by Adam Bertram

How to Use SCP to Transfer Files

Secure Shell (SSH) has been used for many years to remotely access systems, and a common need has been to transfer files to those systems, along with a standard terminal connection.

Posted on 07.29.20 by Adam Bertram

Securing your Email with ProtonMail

Sometimes private or sensitive data is sent over email without much thought towards who may be able to access that data other than the intended recipient.

Posted on 07.15.20 by Adam Bertram

Getting Started using Robocopy to Transfer Files

In this article, we will explore common scenarios and how Robocopy can be used to make system administrators' lives easier. Using version 10.0.18362 for this article and is the version that comes with Windows 10 1903.

Posted on 07.10.20 by Adam Bertram

How to Use WinMerge to Compare Files

WinMerge is an exceptionally useful and open source differencing and merging tool for Windows.

Posted on 06.03.20 by Adam Bertram

How to Use OpenSSL to Generate Certificates

OpenSSL has been one of the most widely used certificate management and generation pieces of software for much of modern computing.

Posted on 06.02.20 by Adam Bertram

PowerShell Best Practices: Quit with the Text FIles

Instead of dropping in a bunch of computer names into a file, I strongly encourage you to think about how you’re getting those computer names and set that criteria in the script.

Posted on 05.27.20 by Adam Bertram

How to Bring Your Powershell Modules to the Cloud

If you commonly work with multiple PowerShell modules on different computers, this article is for you.

Posted on 05.15.20 by Adam Bertram

How to Set Up Windows Defender Custom and Scheduled Scans

Windows Defender comes with Windows 10 is a great way to keep your computer protected from malware.

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