A single, self-extracting, self-scheduling, AD password change notice PowerShell script.
Just the other day Microsoft released PowerShell as open source with builds available for Windows, Mac OSX, and a few flavors of Linux. I’m pretty certain the entire community is super hyped at the news. I know I am!
I’ve spent a little bit of time thinking about and putting together a proper build script for one of my projects. This post covers the decisions I made and technologies I used to get this set this up.
I’m always interested to see how other people setup their working environment or get things done. But rarely do I share my own environment. Since I’m putting the effort into pushing my scripting environment publicly to github I may as well explain a bit more about some of what I’ve setup.
Hello again world, it sure has been a while since I’ve last written to nameless masses. I’ve got some new scripts to share for those who are interested.
I released a new module for standardizing and beautifying your PowerShell code. Aside from code indentation it also can reduce line length, replace here-strings, and a whole lot more.
I’ve finally decided to grow up and start making modules out of my rather large PowerShell code base. Here are a few things I’ve learned.
Here is a quick couple of functions I put together which will use AST to pull all the functions, their parameters, and associated parameter attributes and create a template comment based help from the results.
When your users leave or get removed from the organization they may still be getting company confidential information. Here is how you can find out and stop this from happening.
If you have been following along this series you already know the importance of getting a recent PSTN provider bill and performing an onsite visit. Next we will go into more depth on how the site PSTN is configured with your PBX at a site. There is lots of ground to cover so lets dive right in!