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Posted on 08.24.18 by Adam Bertram

How to Create a Computer Inventory Script in Python for Linux-MacOS

Basic details of your computer like operating system and version, memory, network adapter and hard drive are never stored in one central location. 

Posted on 08.23.18 by Dan Franciscus

Installing Chocolatey Packages Remotely with PowerShell

One “free” solution for deploying Chocolatey packages remotely is PowerShell. Using PowerShell remoting techniques, software can be deployed in parallel on many different machines at once. In this article, I will demonstrate this.

Posted on 08.20.18 by Jeff Edwards

Video: Using MOVEit Transfer's REST API to Transfer Files with PowerShell

One of the new features of Ipswitch's MOVEit Automation 2018 product is the introduction of REST APIs. In this video from Ipswitch contributor Adam Bertram, we'll cover how to use PowerShell to first authenticate to a MOVEit Transfer server and then we'll cover how to...

Posted on 08.16.18 by Adam Bertram

The Infamous Double-Hop Problem in PowerShell

In this article, we will discuss how to get around the infamous double-hop problem in PowerShell. It's easier than you think.

Posted on 08.03.18 by Jeff Edwards

Defrag This: Prepping For Black Hat and DEF CON

It's conference season, and we're right around the corner from two of the biggest InfoSec conferences in the world: BlackHat and DEF CON. In this episode of Defrag This our fearless hosts discuss their preparations for the hacker cons, what they're looking forward to,...

Posted on 08.01.18 by Adam Bertram

3 PowerShell Tips for Systems Administrators and Developers

In this article, we provide three tips to help you become more efficient with PowerShell commands. We will specifically cover how to streamline your efforts in searching for text inside of strings, transforming MSQL data into both XML and JSON, and building XML schemas.

Posted on 07.27.18 by Jeff Edwards

The Sysadmin Survival Guide

Today marks the 18th Sysadmin day since it was first founded by Ted Kekatos on July 28th, 2000. In honor of Sysadmin day—and the daily struggle of all IT Professionals, we present to you the Sysadmin Survival Guide, a collection of the best sysadmin resources from here...

Posted on 07.23.18 by Adam Bertram

How to Create a Computer Inventory Script in Python for Windows

Basic details of your computer like operating system and version, memory, network adapter and hard drive are never stored in one central location. You always have to go clicking around for it. But if you've got Python installed, we can build a script that collects all of...

Posted on 07.18.18 by Mark Towler

Primed for Failure — How to Avoid Amazon's Mistakes

Amazon’s heavily-promoted Prime Day event started off with Amazon falling flat on its face right out of the gate. Their site was non-responsive for hours with would-be shoppers getting served pictures of dogs instead of the amazing deals they were promised. Real-time web...

Posted on 07.13.18 by Adam Bertram

How to Build a Function in PowerShell

Functions are a common occurrence in PowerShell and to truly understand the PowerShell language, it's important that you know how functions work. In this article, we're going to show how a PowerShell function evolves from basically nothing all the way to having...

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