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Reporting on Windows File Server Shares and NTFS Permissions with PowerShell

Reporting on Windows File Server Shares and NTFS Permissions with PowerShell | PowerShell | Scoop.it

I recently had a requirement to audit the Share and NTFS permissions of a Windows File Server. PowerShell contains the Get-ACL cmdlet which makes retreving the NTFS permissions fairly straightforward, but for the Share permissions it is not so easy, but we can make use of WMI and the Win32_LogicalShareSecuritySetting class.

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Use a Free PowerShell Snap-in to Easily Manage App-V Server

Use a Free PowerShell Snap-in to Easily Manage App-V Server | PowerShell | Scoop.it

The Microsoft App-V Server SnapIn is a CodePlex project that provides a set of Windows PowerShell cmdlets that enable IT admins to easily manage and automate complex tasks in App-V Server.

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PowerShell script: Get mailbox averages

PowerShell script: Get mailbox averages | PowerShell | Scoop.it

 

Scott Lowe shows you a useful PowerShell script that you can run to get important information on Exchange mailboxes.

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Windows PowerShell v3: Meet the New Shell

Windows PowerShell v3: Meet the New Shell | PowerShell | Scoop.it

The new Windows PowerShell is coming. Actually, Microsoft has just launched a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of Windows PowerShell version 3, although the final version 3 probably won’t ship until it comes out with Windows 8.

 

It also will be available for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. The CTP will install on those OSes.

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Windows PowerShell Survival Guide

Windows PowerShell Survival Guide | PowerShell | Scoop.it

PowerShell is a vast product, especially when you take into account how it's used in other products such as Lync Server, Exchange, and the Windows Operating System.

It can be a little daunting to those new with PowerShell - there is a vast array of deeply technical discussions of all of PowerShell's many aspects, quirks and peculiarities and all.

So start at the beginning, and learn the basics, either on you own, or possibly with the aid of a great training class. Then work with it and return to find more. And when you can, how about adding to the body of knowledge referenced here.

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