Event ID's

PowerShell Tip of the Week: Query multiple event ID’s remotely

In my daily work I often need to look for specific event ID’s on all computers. As my environmnet contains mostly server core machines I always use PowerShell script for checking that. Multiple event ID’s Get-WinEvent cmdlet gets events from event logs, including classic logs, such as the System and Application logs, and the event logs that are generated by the Windows Event Log technology.  It also allows you to …

Test multiple ports on remote servers using PowerShell script

Some time ago I added articles about testing connection on several ports. In one of them I was explaining how to format PortQry results and other was about PowerShell function. This time I wanted to speed up things a little bit 🙂 Testing connection We can test connection in several ways. In this case I wanted to make a test on lots of remote machines in fast way. In this …

PowerShell Tip of the Week: Restart Web Application remotely

In todays short article I want to share few simple one-liner scripts that I’m using for Web Applications. They might be useful for your daily administration and if you want to create automated reports. Web Application pool I often need to check application pools status and depends on the output perform some actions. To use examples from this article you need WebAdministration module commands. Below you can find how to …

SCOM UR

Installing SCOM UR patch on remote computers

In this short articile you will find out how to install SCOM UR patch remotely. In one of the previous articile you can check also how to get information about UR version from remote machines. Installing SCOM UR Below you can find simple example for installing patch 2012 R2 UR14: In my case patch with .msp extension was located on d: drive: First script will create folder d:\temp on remote …

Get-Process

Get process remotely including username using PowerShell

In today’s article I would like to describe how to get process remotelty used by some specific username. Most of PowerShell admins are familiar with this command but no all knows its paramter called IncludeUserName. Recently I had to check processes under some username on bunch of servers. Below you can find few helpful examples. Get process locally Get all processes for some specific user is not difficult. Paramter -IncludeUserName …