Tag: PowerShell

Adding Pronouns to Active Directory

March 21, 2022 By JeffTechs

More companies are adopting pronouns with digital identities. It’s not just social media platforms; C-Suite and staff are looking to add pronouns to their Outlook and even their Windows login. While it may be easy enough to do this for a few users, updating an entire organization with hundreds (or thousands) of people is incredibly […]

Windows Global Catalog Server and Powershell

December 28, 2021 By JeffTechs

I’ve been working on the RHCSA, an Exchange migration and updating an Active Directory forest for the last few months, so I haven’t been writing as much as I’d like to. There’s quite a bit of new information I’ve picked up recently, but this was something I wanted to touch base on before (potentially) writing […]

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 […]