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Posted on 02.12.20 by Adam Bertram

How to Automate an Azure Lab Setup

In this article, I’m going to show you how you can build an entire Azure lab setup with a single line of PowerShell.

Posted on 01.13.20 by June Castillote

Install Free Let’s Encrypt SSL SAN Certificate for Exchange 2019

When an Exchange organization is made available for external and internal access, the proper SSL certificate must be installed on the server. 

Posted on 12.27.19 by June Castillote

Part 5 - Getting Started with Azure Automation: Executing Runbooks and Logging

In this article, we’ll look at the ways to publish your draft runbook and to trigger it to run manually and linking it to a schedule. We’ll also look at how we can check the logs of the previous runbook executions.

Posted on 12.16.19 by June Castillote

Part 3 - Getting Started with Azure Automation: Managing Assets

In this article, you will learn about Azure Automation Assets. You will also learn how to add assets to your automation account that your runbooks can then use at runtime.

Posted on 12.02.19 by June Castillote

Part 2: Creating your first Azure Automation RunBook

In this article, you will learn about the different types of runbooks (yes, there’s more than one of them), how to create a new runbook, and how to add code to that runbook.

Posted on 11.27.19 by Dan Franciscus

Using Powershell Authenticode Certificates to Self-Sign Application

One of the best ways to protect your servers and workstations from malware is to limit the execution of untrusted files.

Posted on 11.12.19 by Tim Warner

How To Define a Custom Azure Resource Role with PowerShell

In this post, PowerShell expert Tim Warner shows you how you can create a custom Azure Resource Role with PowerShell.

Posted on 10.31.19 by Mike Kanakos

Get-CIMInstance Vs Get-WMIObject: What’s The Difference?

PowerShell provides two similar management interfaces for accessing data on a computer: WMI and CIM.

Posted on 10.23.19 by Tim Warner

Managing Azure Blueprints with PowerShell

Azure Blueprints provide a "one-stop shop" for Azure governance. By implementing JSON templates and a controlled, unified workflow, Azure administrators can define, deploy, enforce, and maintain standardized Azure environments.

Posted on 10.17.19 by Dan Franciscus

Searching Active Directory with PowerShell

For many Microsoft IT professionals, one of the first things they do with PowerShell is using it to perform tasks in Active Directory.

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