Category: Windows Server 2008

PowerShell – Get Folder Size

If you need the size of an folder in MB’s. You can use below script to obtain this information. The $FolderSize variable will return the folder size in the following format: 77,84 MB

Windows 7 registry keys every IT guy should know

Some registry keys are always hard to find in the huge and mysterious registry… Therefore I decided to write them down and share them with you. If you have any “must have” suggestions. Please send them to me! The famous “User Profile List”. If you need to delete a user profile, don’t forget to delete […]

How to view currently locked out users with powershell

Unfortunately Windows Server 2008 can’t show you if a user is currently locked or not. But the advantage of that is you finally have to learn Powershell 🙂

Search for locked out user events with xml query

What if you need to find out if a user account was locked out. You take a look in the Event Viewer of a Domain Controller, right?

Run command list Windows Server 2008

To run specific Windows Server 2008 (R2) tools you can easily use RUN (Windowslogo + r) to execute the tool or snapin without searching for it inside the bush called Windows.

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