8 04, 2019

Find Expiring certificates in Active Directory

By |2019-04-08T14:02:34+02:00April 8th, 2019|Active Directory, Powershell, Windows Server|0 Comments

While using S/MIME certificates for mail encryption or any other type of certificates in the system environment it's good practice to check from time to time whether some of them are not expiring and not being renewed for some reason. Sometimes user is just not connected due to holidays or some error occurs. Then, certificate [...]

14 04, 2016

Enable execution of PowerShell scripts in Windows

By |2017-03-12T19:46:33+02:00April 14th, 2016|Errors and fixes, Powershell|1 Comment

When you write a powershell script on your own, or download scripts from the Internet you will not be able to execute them on your computer. This is by design and implementation of PowerShell in Windows. To overcome this, you can run PowerShell as an Administrator, or Start PowerShell as an Administrator Execute the following [...]

5 04, 2016

Using powershell to change remote computer description

By |2016-04-05T15:55:35+02:00April 5th, 2016|Powershell, Windows 10, Windows 7|0 Comments

Changing or viewing remote computer's description, name and other options related to Win32_WmiObject and class Win32_OperatingSystem is relatively easy with powershell. Just type in new script in PoweShell ISE or in notepad and save it as .ps1 file. [crayon-5d06a7eaf2cde532492301/] You can as well display current description and other options by typing: [crayon-5d06a7eaf2ce2531486027/] Full list of [...]