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Nice PowerShell / SharePoint Script

On February 13, 2012, Posted by , in Development, Information Technology, tags , , With Comments Off on Nice PowerShell / SharePoint Script

I stumbled across a nice PowerShell script for SharePoint when I was doing my daily perusals of RSS feeds: Download all files in a SharePoint document library to Network Share using PowerShell I was recently working on a client requirement to download all the content of a list/document library to…

PowerShell quick list of SQL Users with SysAdmin Role

On February 6, 2012, Posted by , in Consulting, Development, Information Technology, tags , , With Comments Off on PowerShell quick list of SQL Users with SysAdmin Role

Here’s a link to a quick script from Max Trinidad to list SQL Users with the SysAdmin role. Here’s a quick way to start getting a list of SQL Server users having “SysAdmin” Role.  Basically, I’m using SQLPS module (now available with SQL Server 2012) which loads all the SMO…

PowerShell Consulting

On January 30, 2012, Posted by , in Consulting, Development, Information Technology, tags , , , With Comments Off on PowerShell Consulting

PowerShell MVP Don Jones has a new article about the growing need for PowerShell consultants – PowerShell experts to help IT departments automate using PowerShell. In the past few weeks, I’ve heard from a dozen or more organizations that are starting internal projects to automate specific tasks using PowerShell. Try…

Cute use of PowerShell Prompt

On January 30, 2012, Posted by , in Development, tags , With Comments Off on Cute use of PowerShell Prompt

Seems like every PowerShell blogger has to do a post on some fun/different way they change up their PowerShell prompt.  Trevor Sullivan has an interesting one… Have you ever wanted to monitor your memory utilization in a PowerShell instance, but may not want to continually issue commands to determine it?…