Scheduling Tasks In Windows – GUI, PowerShell & Command Prompt

windows task schedulers

Task Scheduler is a component of Microsoft Windows that provides the ability to schedule the launch of programs or scripts at pre-defined times or after specified time intervals: job scheduling. Scheduling Tasks In Windows allows the user to create and run any task or script automatically on any particular date and time or when any … Read more

New VMware PowerCLI Home Page and Documentation

VMware PowerCLI Homepage

VMware PowerCLI We all know, VMware PowerCLI is the tool millions of customers around the world use to manage and automate their VMware environments. In order to modernize the documentation VMware has made huge changes in the UI/UX of PowerCLI Home Page and its documentation. It is now more organized and easy to navigate various … Read more

PowerShell Operators with explanation and examples

powershell operators

An operator is a language element that you can use in a command or expression. PowerShell supports several types of operators to help you manipulate values. Hence Today we will discuss all the PowerShell Operators With Explanation And Examples PowerShell has the following operators available: Arithmetic Operators Assignment Operators Comparison Operators Logical Operators Redirection Operators … Read more

Generating And sending HTML reports in Email through PowerShell

html report in PowerShell

Hi Everyone! Today we are back with an interesting PowerShell script which will first collect data, convert it to HTML, and then will send in the email. You can also say this an end-to-end automation that I implemented a few years ago to automate a time-consuming and tedious task. Let’s Start “Generating And Sending HTML … Read more

PowerShell Script to create a fake BSOD blue screen of death in windows

windows blue screen of death

Hi Everyone! Today we are back with another interesting article. But this time it is not technical but technical with fun. In this article, we will show how you can fool your friends with a fake BSOD screen in Windows which is also called windows stop code. We will create a PowerShell Script To Create … Read more

VMware PowerCLI 12.1 with vLCM Enhancement

vSphere Lifecycle Manager (vLCM) Commands

VMware PowerCLI is always a favorite topic for VMware admins working mostly with command line and love to automate repetitive tasks. In this blog post, we will talk about new released VMware PowerCLI 12.1 with vLCM. vLCM stands for vSphere Lifecycle Manager was introduced in VMware vSphere 7.0 and onwards. It is a comprehensive collection … Read more

How To Effectively Use PowerShell Variables

PowerShell Automatic Variables

Variables are objects that can store data. In PowerShell, a variable name starts with a $ character. A variable can be given any name. It can contain a mix of letters, numbers, symbols, or spaces. The variable names in PowerShell are case insensitive. You can assign a value to a variable using the assignment (=) operator. … Read more

PowerShell Alias

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What is PowerShell Alias? Alias is an alternate name that can be created for any Windows PowerShell cmdlet. Windows PowerShell also has predefined built-in aliases for certain cmdlets. The following cmdlets are used to work with alias: Get-Alias New-Alias Set-Alias PowerShell Alias Cmdlets: Get-Alias Highlights: Returns a list of all Windows PowerShell aliases(Built-in and User-Defined). … Read more

PowerShell Parameters

powershell parameters

Welcome Back, Techies! If you are looking for some useful guide to PowerShell Parameters, then you are in the right place. Today we are going to explain PowerShell Parameters and its various types. Every cmdlet is associated with one or more parameter/s. Parameters offer a mechanism to allow a cmdlet to perform certain actions, hence … Read more