Category: PowerShell

New System’s Administrator/Engineer Script

September 30, 2021 By JeffTechs

A few months ago I started looking for a new job. I wasn’t excited to start over again, but I wanted more challenges and technologies to work on. I remember starting my first few technology jobs, and thinking how difficult it was to find documentation for the servers and networks–I was even left to figure […]

Windows Control Panel Shortcuts

May 25, 2021 By JeffTechs

Maybe it’s just me, but I really like control panel shortcuts. Not having to click through 5+ screens to get the correct administrative area gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling inside. I’ve tried to find more through Google searches, but the list (even the ones proffered by Microsoft) never seem accurate. So, how do […]

Storing PowerShell Credentials

May 24, 2021 By JeffTechs

I really enjoy a fully realized script with almost no required interaction. When working with on-premise or cloud accounts one of the things that can break the flow of a script is user credentials. While its not incredibly taxing to put the required username and password in each time, having PowerShell automatically import them feels […]