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How to Publish Scripts to the PowerShell Gallery

Creating excellent PowerShell scripts is one thing, but sharing them with others takes them to a whole new level! One of the best ways to improve your PowerShell skills, share your scripts with the community, and make your work known is by publishing scripts to the PowerShell Gallery. … [Read more...]

Free PowerShell Script for Hyper-V: Integration Services on Older Systems

This PowerShell script updates integration services on older systems e.g. Windows 7 guests of a 2012 R2 host filling in the gaps that Windows Update misses Read the post here: Free PowerShell Script for Hyper-V: Integration Services on Older Systems … [Read more...]

Free PowerShell Script for Hyper-V: Detect MAC Address Conflicts

Quickly identify problems with MAC addresses in Hyper-V with this free PowerShell script plus instructions on how to use it Read the post here: Free PowerShell Script for Hyper-V: Detect MAC Address Conflicts … [Read more...]

How to Download from Azure Blob Storage with MOVEit and PowerShell

One of the main goals of MOVEit Managed File Transfer, and Ipswitch as a whole, has been to help IT teams work more efficiently.  … [Read more...]

How To Log Off Windows Users Remotely With PowerShell

Here is a quick and easy way to remotely log off end users who are still logged into their computers. This is especially useful when you are trying to do maintenance. … [Read more...]

New ‘Under the Radar’ report examines modern threats and future technologies

As if you haven’t heard it enough from us, the threat landscape is changing. It’s always changing, and usually not for the better. The new malware we see being developed and deployed in the wild have features and techniques that allow them to go beyond what they were originally able to do, either for the purpose of additional infection or evasion of detection. To that end, we decided … [Read more...]

What’s new in TrickBot? Deobfuscating elements

Trojan.TrickBot has been present in the threat landscape from quite a while. We wrote about its first version in October 2016. From the beginning, it was a well organized modular malware, written by developers with mature skills. It is often called a banker, however its modular structure allows to freely add new functionalities without modifying the core bot. In fact, the functionality of a banker … [Read more...]

Get-Counter: Use PowerShell to Get Hyper-V Performance Data

The simplest way to get performance data on Hyper-V VMs is with the Get-Counter PowerShell cmdlet. So simple & so effective. Here's how to get it running! Read the post here: Get-Counter: Use PowerShell to Get Hyper-V Performance Data … [Read more...]

How to Run Commands on Remote Computers with PowerShell

Running commands locally on the remote computers is a common task many IT admins have to do every day. Here's how you can do that in PowerShell. … [Read more...]

Running PowerShell in Vagrant

In this article, I will show how to configure a Vagrant box to run PowerShell. … [Read more...]