Powershell

An unexpected power up for Azure called Azure Resource Explorer

An unexpected power up for Azure called Azure Resource Explorer

In the world of Azure there are many ways to perform the same task, but right now Azure Resource Explorer seems to be a power-up mushroom in the maze of options.  It allows users to quickly and design, execute and template PowerShell scripts.

PCIT - Powershell Samples - AD Computer Information

PCIT - Powershell Samples - AD Computer Information

Create a Powershell script that will provide information on all computers on your domain.  Performance is not there as we are still working on that, but this is optimized for small networks where you need to gather computer information quickly and easily.

Get All AD Computer information - POWERSHELL

Get All AD Computer information - POWERSHELL

This script will gather all computer information to a file that can be used to audit the computers on your network.

Azure Checklist - High Availability

Azure Checklist - High Availability

Azure Cheklist High availability - You want to know how to do it, I will give you some pointers!

Create Azure Storage Account

Create Azure Storage Account

Step 2 in a series documenting how to copy an entire virtual network to a secondary environment using powershell

Azure - Copy Virtual Network - Step One

Azure - Copy Virtual Network - Step One

A Tutorial on how to copy an entire azure virtual network with a subscription to a new environment for testing, training or QA.  The goal here is no down time.