To XML install or not to XML install
For as long as I know, I have used PowerShell to install Internet Information System (IIS). The method of which I use PowerShell to install the features have changed, but its still PowerShell.
Originally I was given an XML file that was generated, and I would use that to install the features, but once my scripting skills advanced I learned that there were other ways to do it. … Continue reading
New Method for Installing PowerCLI
Starting with the newest version of PowerCLI, 6.5.1, the method for installation has changed from the typical MSI file to using the PowerShell Gallery.
Step 1. Uninstall PowerCLI
The first step is to uninstall PowerCLI from your system. To do this use Add/Remove Programs.
Before Installing the New PowerCLI, the old installation needs to be removed. … Continue reading
Have you ever found yourself trying to run a command, and found out that you need to have modules loaded that are only installed on a remote server. I know I have many times, and trying to found the right module to download at times is nearly impossible.
So starting with PowerShell version 3.0, there is a now way to import a module from a remote machine. … Continue reading
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