Nowadays Virtual Machines are used everywhere and considered essential for scalable resource management and of course faster to be provisioned compared to the physical ones.
In this article, we will look mainly MS Hyper-V services and servers can be managed via Hyper-V Manager or System Center VMM GUI and of course via PowerShell. There will be a reference to PowerCLI and VMWare ESXi.
So let’s start with the basics of some useful PowerShell cmdlets. Continue reading “Hyper-V and PowerShell”
The best way to verify file integrity (i.e. large file downloaded from internet) is by generating a Checksum/Hash and check if it matches. Continue reading “How To Check or Verify File Integrity”
There are many ways to obtain the system uptime from Windows GUI.
Just to list a couple:
- Task Manager, Performance, Up Time.
- From the command prompt using the command prompt systeminfo ( system boot time).
But why don’t use Powershell or BaSH? Continue reading “How To Get the System Uptime”
Welcome to Scripting Library.
There’s no better introduction than a BaSH command: cowsay Continue reading “Welcome Aboard!”