Advertisements
Advertisements

Author: Edward van Biljon

With PowerShell you can pretty much do anything. In this article we disabled Netbios using a registry key, however you can do the same using WMI and PowerShell as well as removing the tick box for Lmhosts on a Network Card. To do this, you can run the following set of commands: $NICS = Get-WmiObject […]

Advertisements
Advertisements
Read more

Here is a quick tip on firstly how to check which domain controller the FSMO roles are situated on and secondly, moving the FSMO roles with one command. To determine which server/s are holding the the FSMO roles, you can run the command below: netdom query fsmo This will output the following: Schema Master Domain […]

Read more

Quick tip for the day. Ever wanted to remove an alias from a Distribution Group and wondered how to do this with the Exchange Management Shell (EMS). It is pretty simple, you run the following command below: Set-distributiongroup GroupEmailAddress –EmailAddresses @{remove=’AliasAddress’} Replace the “GroupEmailAddress” with the Primary SMTP address and then the AliasAddress is the […]

Read more