Using PowerShell to work with SSL Certificates

At my office we have a certificate renewal process that happens every other year.  This year, we have a plan to document the location of all of the certificates that are installed on the servers to help the next time the renewal happens.  So I have worked out a quick and simply one liner that will get all of the certificates installed on the server in the LOCALMACHINE\My certificate store.… Continue reading

Find Registry Keys on Remote Servers

I was tasked with writing a script to find a single registry key on all of the server for a domain that my team manages. So after getting the key that we need to know the value of, I put a script together. The script will first check to see if the server is online, and if it is then the scripts looks at the registry to find the key and records the value.  … Continue reading

PowerCli to get all VMs on certain Datastores?

From time to time, I get tasked with generating a report of production VMs with specs. This normally wouldn’t be an issue, but we have changed our server naming standard a few times, so we have machines with all sorts of names. The one thing in out environment that hasn’t changed is the datastore naming. We have our datastores split up between non-production and production, and each department has their own.… Continue reading