Tag: Powershell

PowerShell – How to compare array with an other array using wildcards

If you want to find items in an array using a string, you can use wildcards to match that item. Example:

PowerShell – How to run Exchange powershell commands from a regular PowerShell window

What if you want to execute Exchange commands/Cmdlets from a script? Or you just hate the ugly Exchange management shell (like me) and want to use the regular (blue) PowerShell window?

PowerShell – How to check for open port without telnet!

What if you want to check for open ports on a server, but you don’t have telnet installed on your management server? Yes! Use PowerShell! But how?

PowerShell – How to create a .NET DataTable and save it to XML file

I use PowerShell a lot. Sometimes to automate something with a script but often just to get some data. Export my results to a csv (Export-CSV) for example not always gets the result you want. Create your own table and you are more in control export it to a XML file and your ready to […]

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 🙂

Mail enable existing security group

GUI I was asked to give an existing security group permissions to a new mail enabled public folder in exchange 2010. After searching for the right group in the GUI of Exchange 2010 I noticed that couldn’t find the right group.

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My name is Bart Scheltinga and I live in the Netherlands. I work as a Senior Citrix Administrator for Conclusion FIT.

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MCSA Windows Server 2012
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