A simple powershell script to look up server hardware and OS information

This is a simple powershell script to query and display hardware and OS information from a remote computer.

It uses CIM (Common Information Model) that is available since Powershell version 3 so as long as you have version 3 and up, you should be able to run this script against any server that you have access to.

2019-08-14 (first published: )

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Look up AD user properties using powershell

I realize that this is a bit of a lengthy script for something that you can use a one liner in the power shell:

Example:

Get-ADUser

But I needed to highlight certain properties of given user and take certain actions based on the values. And the result is this power shell script.

2019-07-15 (first published: )

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