ADFS_product_version

Get ADFS product version using PowerShell

In this short arcticle you’re gonna find out how to check ADFS product version on multiple remote servers. Recently I had to scan my environment for auditing purpose. One of the tasks was to compare ADFS service product version. ADFS product version To check it on single machine we can use Get-Item cmdlet: It getting a little bit more complicated if you have plenty of severs and they are Server …

Basic DC health email report via PowerShell

Today I would like to share one of the scripts for basic DC health checks. Some time ago I added article about DCDIAG and Repadmin. This time I created html formatted report for DCDIAG, ADSystem and AD Services. You can modify this easily and add additional functions. DC Health report Script contains lots of lines so we need to break it apart to make it more understandable. For health checks …

PowerShell Tip of the Week: Taskkill remotely

Taskkill command can be very useful when it comes to daily operational tasks. I often had situation that several ADFS web servers were not working properly. Recently I’ve been flooded by SCOM alerts about service failure. First recommended step is to restart ADFS service. Unfortunately normal service restart does not solve the issue. Taskkill command comes to rescue – it allows to terminate completely affected process. Taskkill Ends one or …

PowerShell Tip of the Week: Get-Service example

Starting from today we will add also short articles with simple PowerShell examples once per week. Below you can find how to use Get-Service command against several servers and get nice formatted output. Get-Service The Get-Service cmdlet gets objects that represent the services on a local computer or on a remote computer, including running and stopped services. In this example we will limit our query to 4 properties: – MachineName …