New-Logo DRAFT, Invoke-Command, Hyper-V Homelab, weak passwords, Parameter-Binding, SPAM Filter in O365
We meanwhile have the first draft of a new logo and are working on the new theme for this website. Next week, the site is under construction for a few days, but should be online soon shinier than ever.
This quarters trainings are as below.
- PowerShell Einsteigerworkshop (kostenlos): 28. Februar 2020
- Automatisieren mit PowerShell leicht gemacht (€ 790): 23. März – 24. März 2020
- Administrationswerkzeuge mit PowerShell entwickeln (€ 790): 6. April – 7. April 2020
Invoke-Command mit different Credentials
When connecting to remote computers, you sometimes may need to use differnet credentials for Invoke-Command. Mike Kanakos shows you how this works: Link
Build a Hyper-V HomeLab with AutomatedLab
Everyone who is tierd of installing Demo and Test environments manually uses AutoMated Lab or should use it. Anthony Howells blog-article gives you a nice insight on how to start and be successfull with Automated Lab: Link
Find Weak Passwords in Active Directory
Weak Passwords are a critical risk in domain environments. Adam Bertram shows you how multiple possibilities to find weak password: Link
Understand Parameter Binding in the Pipeline
We all use it every day, but only a few of us understand it – the PowerShell PIPELINE. Graham Beer explains in detail how this wonderful concept works: Link
Configure Spam Filter in Office 365 with PowerShell
All the power of Office365 is wonderful, still sometimes we want a little control. Read this blog to understand how to control the SPAM Filter with PowerShell: Link
This was the first 2020 decade blog in english – more to follow in a new layout. R.