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  • 11/30/10--10:29: wmic scripts
  • Played around with the wmic command-line tool today With the WMIC (Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line) command line tool you can access a lot of information about your computer. The command-line tool has been built into Windows since Windows XP. Below you can see a couple of command you can check out to get started with WMIC. C:\>wmic cpu

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    Getting started with PowerShell PowerShell is Microsoft’s next generation command-line shell that helps IT guys all over the world to automate administrative tasks. If you have been around the IT business as long as I have you have properly made a lot for BAT files and batch programming to simplify and automate IT tasks. You

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    In this post I will introduce you to a great little tool from Microsoft that can help you getting started creating WMI scripts in C#, Visual Basic or VB script. The tool is free and can help you creating small scripts that can collect data from WMI or execute commands on local or remote computers. Scripting

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    If you are looking for the good old AT command on Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 or newer OS, you will notice that the command has been deprecated. Instead you should check out the schtasks.exe command line tool, that also is a pretty powerful tool. The need for scheduling a reboot of a server There can

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    Microsoft Powershell can be uses to a lot of amazing stuff. I have been using powershell for years now, but I am still learning cool stuff. Powershell contains a lot of cmdlets making it easy to complete all kinds of network tasks. In this post I will demonstrate  some of them for you. Ping made smarter