Hello Reader! Right now I’m sitting in a Cafe near my place, where I spend most of my weekends and was going through few of my old Powershell scripts, I saw the one which I’m sharing right now because it works well in public places, with lots of people 😀 So today we’re looking it… Read More Powershell : Find-UnsecureWifiConnection’s Nearby
Being honest, I’m not very proud of this script 🙂 , but I like the Beauty how “Thoughts become Things” ( Idea -> Script ) INTRODUCTION AND DEFINITIONS : Yesterday, I was thinking about my graduation days how Image Processing in MatLab used to fascinate me! So I thought giving Images a try in Powershell. Just to… Read More Drawing Image Pixels to Powershell Console
WHAT IS COMPILED HTML HELP (.CHM)? Microsoft Compiled HTML Help is a Microsoft proprietary online help format, consisting of a collection of HTML pages, an index and other navigation tools. The files are compressed and deployed in a binary format with the extension .CHM, for Compiled HTML. The format is often used for software documentation,… Read More Powershell : Decompiling – Compiled HTML Help (.CHM) files and Data Wrangling
No more Logging to Exchange Servers for Quick basic reporting tasks ! 🙂 and don’t even think of loading Exchange Modules 😛 For the basic reporting like Database Names and Home Mailbox Server where the user mailbox is sitting, you can simply query Active directory and get the information. HOW TO LIST ALL EXCHANGE ATTRIBUTES OF A… Read More PowerShell : Retrieving Exchange attributes from Active Directory
I say – Let’s go all Microsoft ! 😀 Microsoft has enabled us to create our own Applications and Functionalities using Powershell, Moreover it made all our IT experiences manageable from a centralized console. So idea of using a third party tool sounds a bit old fashioned 😛 to me , Lets make this Blog post a Good Bye to… Read More PowerShell : Fancy Test-Connection
They say – ” Success is nothing but, Accumulated Small Victories over a long period of time”. So when it comes to Powershell, learning small things (~ Small Wins) each day over period of time, could make you real good at Powershell, hence a script for all those Learners out there. HOW IT WORKS : Script runs Get-Help and… Read More PowerShell : Your own ‘Cmdlet of the Day’ Script.
Many times I feel the need of Infinite loops for testing purposes, to catch an occurrence of an event or while stress testing applications, service or some specific processes. DEFINITION : An infinite loop (also known as an endless loop or unproductive loop) is a sequence of instructions in a computer program which loops endlessly, either due to the… Read More PowerShell : Infinite Loops for Testing Purpose