This article is to look at the problems with PSModulePath when installing PowerCLI 6.0 on Windows 10 (I’m aware that it is not yet certified for Win 10). The problem does not occur with the NetApp Data ONTAP PowerShell Toolkit (as noted at the bottom). On a clean installation of Windows 10 we can observe […]
Though the Sporting-Futures website has improved greatly over the past few years I still had a bit of trouble finding the start list. Here is it (a link that is present on the actual entry form page but nowhere else): https://secure.onreg.com/onreg2/startlist/index.php?id=1566 Good luck everyone :)
This is an article on how to develop a PHP page to execute a PowerShell script on IIS 7.5 (7.0 is fine) as logged on user. In short, it makes use of shell_exec in PHP to launch PowerShell, grab the output and display it to the browser. It details the server setup as I have […]
The lovely fellows over at Love Cases kindly offered to send me a free Nikon D3100 case to review for the camera that I bought in March; I didn’t say no! It’s called the “Capdase 180A MKeeper”. Goodness knows who came up with that name but that doesn’t matter! I have to say I’m extremely […]
via: http://www.jeffbridges.com/perception.html Washington, DC Metro Station on a cold January morning in 2007. The man with a violin played six Bach pieces for about 45 minutes. During that time approx. 2 thousand people went through the station, most of them on their way to work. After 3 minutes a middle aged man noticed there was […]
I wanted an SQL query to retrieve the number of updates “required” by our clients / computers managed by WSUS. Most of the advice online seemed to be applicable only to WSUS 2. With a few tweaks to an existing script I managed to get a working SQL query (key: ComputerID now seems to be […]
Apparently we all need to be a little bit more pessimistic :) Just click the video to be redirected to vimeo in order to watch it.