PowerShell to Find Users in Multiple AD Groups

PowerShell to Find Users in Multiple AD Groups

Another of the engineer that I would with came to me with a scripting issue.  They had a list of 185 users account that he needed to find if they were members of a list of 6 AD groups.  So that is where PowerShell and I come into this issue. … Continue reading

PowerCli to get list of unused RDMs on VM Cluster – Updated

After finishing the last post and starting to use it after limited testing I found that my script wasn’t filtering out the Datastores as expected.  This information was presented to me via our storage team.  So I have went back to the Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) to resolved my issues.

This is now how to properly get the unused RDM LUNs from your VM cluster.… Continue reading

PowerCli to get list of unused RDMs on VM Cluster

This page has been updated. Please visit http://notesofascripter.com/?p=23 for the updated script.

Since my last post was about RDMs, lets continue the discusion.  In my work environment we have been consolidating our VMware platform.
So we have been moving VMs with RDMs attached from one cluster to another.  So its been a messy process, and we haven’t had the time to
clean up behind ourselves. … Continue reading

How to verify windows features match with PowerShell.

In the last couple of weeks I had to configure several servers that needed to be the same as in a lower environment.  So instead of just guessing what i installed several months ago, I wrote a script to do it for me.

In order for this script to work, it needs to be ran from the local server that needs to have the new windows features to be installed.… Continue reading