Monthly Archives: November 2013

Checking Available Disk Space and Memory with Powershell.

I frequently need to display the disk size, available disk space properties and Processor details of my remote Hyper-v 2012 Hosts servers. I could use the Computer Management snapin to do this, but it involves too many steps just to … Continue reading

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Renaming AD User Object Surname Property.

The following script renames the Surname property of an Active Directory User Object. The script requires PowerShell 3.0. The only edit required is the organizational Exchange Server name specified in the New-PSSession cmdlet. The script accepts the Given Name, Surname … Continue reading

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Awe-inspiring split video by the amazing Jean-Claude Van Damme!!

A body crafted to perfection.A pair of legs Engineered to defy the laws of physics. And a mindset to muster the most epic of splits!! :Awe-inspiring split video by the amazing Jean-Claude Van Damme performed on Volvo trucks driven backwards!! … Continue reading

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Configuring multiple ISCSI Connections for Multipath IO using PowerShell.

This post will be focused mainly on the ISCSI Initiator host and configuring multipath IO paths to an ISCSI Target. The ISCSI Target portal has already been configured with 2 network paths for ISCSI. The ISCSI Service by default is … Continue reading

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Configuring Hyper-v Host Network Adapters for ISCSI Storage Connectivity with Powershell .

Windows Server 2012 R2 with PowerShell 4.0 has hugely expanded support for configuring multiple NICs on a Cluster/ISCSI Initiator node via command line. After deploying multiple Network Interface Cards on my Hyper-v host, it took me a while to figure … Continue reading

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There Are No More “Tech Issues”

Here’s the lesson: there are no more “tech issues.” America and startups got hosed because Silicon Valley was politically absent. Since everything now has crucial technology components, the technology industry cannot sit out any issue.

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