Author: Chad

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AzureSaveMoney Module How-To

In this post I will show how to use the AzureSaveMoney PowerShell module; https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/AzureSaveMoney to reduce the cost and clutter of your Azure subscriptions. The AzureSaveMoney PowerShell module can report on and clean up the following resources: Network Interfaces Public IP Addresses Network Security Groups Empty Resource Groups...

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Using Azure? Save money! AzureSaveMoney PowerShell module

It”s certainly been a while since my last post, but I am going to make up for it with some free code that I am writing that can help you save money in Azure by cleaning up old and unused resources. Check out the project readme for details...

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Case of the 30 second File Explorer

I have been having issues with my new Windows 10 gaming/research rig. I upgraded to a 4K TV for a monitor and was running Windows 8.1. This was working good, but I thought that there might be some better DPI scaling in Windows 10 so I decided to...

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Running Windows Core: How-to change the time and time zone

Running Windows Core Series, changing the time date and time zone. When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script...

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Running Windows Core: How-to test web connectivity

Running Windows Core Series, test web connectivity from the command line. When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script...

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Running Windows Core: How-to query and logoff administrative RDP users

Running Windows Core Series, query and logoff administrative RDP users. When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script that...

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Running Windows Core: How-to view installed programs

Running Windows Core Series, view installed programs. When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script that use these commands....

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Running Windows Core: How-to view the network routing table

Running Windows Core Series, viewing the network routing table. When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script that use...

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Running Windows Core: How-to view domain and join/unjoin domain

Running Windows Core Series, getting on and off the domain. When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script that...

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Running Windows Core: How-to view, enable and disable roles and features

Running Windows Core Series, roles and features without Server Manager.   When running these commands or using them in scripts keep in mind that some may become deprecated in future versions of Windows. Best practice is to use the PowerShell commands when possible to future proof any script...