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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. … [Read more...]

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

PowerShell provides two similar management interfaces for accessing data on a computer: WMI and CIM. … [Read more...]

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. … [Read more...]

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. … [Read more...]

How to Supercharge PowerShell Objects for Hyper-V

Everything in PowerShell is essentially an object. This enables you to do really cool stuff. Here are some excellent uses that Hyper-V admins will love! Read the post here: How to Supercharge PowerShell Objects for Hyper-V … [Read more...]

Provide High Availability for Azure AD Connect

Once you start rolling with Azure AD Connect and hybrid identity between local Active Directory and Azure Active Directory, one of your first thoughts is, "What happens if my Azure AD Connect server goes offline?" … [Read more...]

How to Create and Manage Hot/Cold Tiered Storage

Managing hot/cold storage is similar to memory cache but on a big scale. These are the key components required to deploy tiered storage in your datacenter. Read the post here: How to Create and Manage Hot/Cold Tiered Storage … [Read more...]

Why You Should Be Using VM Notes in PowerShell

Notes are super useful in Hyper-V but when it comes to managing notes for multiple VMs, PowerShell is a better solution, more precisely, VM Notes. Read the post here: Why You Should Be Using VM Notes in PowerShell … [Read more...]

3 Fundamental Capabilities of VM Groups You Can’t Ignore

VM groups can be managed using PowerShell to provide huge benefits, saving time and enabling actions not possible without them. Here are 3 that prove it Read the post here: 3 Fundamental Capabilities of VM Groups You Can’t Ignore … [Read more...]

How to Set Up Hyper-V VM Groups with PowerShell

This guide shows you how to create VM groups with PowerShell cmdlet, how to add group members, retrieving groups and members, and potential obstacles Read the post here: How to Set Up Hyper-V VM Groups with PowerShell … [Read more...]