Connect to wireless network
 

I have created a couple of PowerShell scripts which configure computers used in a training class. Some classes need to connect to a different wireless network (SSID). I can just instruct users how to use the windows XP facilitites to change the network they are connected to but I would like to be able to roll the network selection in to my PowerShell script Any idea on how to change wireless network in PowerShell?

http://www.stackoverflow.com/questions/801456/

        

There are 1 answer(s) to this question.


You might find this project interesting. It is just a .NET wrapper on the native API. You should be able to call this from PowerShell without too much trouble:

http://www.codeplex.com/managedwifi

Related Questions

Powershell in SSIS
Powershell in SSIS What would I need to do in order to run a PowerShell script in an SSIS package? Does PowerShell need to be installed on the SQL server? How do I actually call the script in SSIS? Thanks Yes, PowerShell needs to be installed. Then, you can use an Execute Process Task to point to the PowerShell executable and give the script as an argument. Like so: Executable: %windir%\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe Arguments: C:\path\to\script.ps1 How would we get the $LastExitCode of the powersript and handle it in Execute Process Task to know if the process succeed or not? Thanks
PowerShell command to parameterised PowerShell function?
PowerShell command to parameterised PowerShell function? I'm not so hot with PowerShell yet, but have managed to get this command to work quite nicely: get-childitem "C:\Code\WC1" -Recurse | select-string "insert into\s+my_table" Thing is, I know I'm going to struggle to remember this, so how can I make it into a function where the path supplied to get-childitem and the search regex are parameters? I'm using PowerShell 2.0. Function Find-Code([string] $path, [string] $pattern) { get-childitem $path -Recurse | select-string $pattern } You can put this in your PowerShell Profile. An easy way to do this is to edit the $profile file (run something like notepad $profile from your PowerShell prompt) and just paste the text right
Powershell impersonation
Powershell impersonation How can I do an impersonation in PowerShell? I can use advapi32.dll LogonUser, but maybe there is a simpler solution? There was a similar discussion on this topic a long time ago (well, relative to how long SO exits). Long story short, use LogonUser, psexec, or PowerShell command that have Identity parameter. You can use the above mentioned methods, and specifically, the PowerShell Get-Credential method worked for me. Also check the Secure-String methods to enable you to get the credential information and use the password information
Powershell and Forms
Powershell and Forms I'm trying to get forms working with powershell, and I'm nearly there. I've got a checklist box full of ~10 items, and I'd like to perform an action on the selected items when you click the Report button. I've never worked with forms (either in C#, .NET, or powershell) so this is a learning experience... Is there any examples of how to, upon clicking a button, get the a list of items selected? Thanks! Take a look at Select-GuiFilteredObject, originally by Lee and enhanced a little by me. This will help you get started with forms. I bet it would be a bunch nicer if done with the latest PowerShell v2 features
Generics in PowerShell
Generics in PowerShell I need to use the SharePoint API in the following way in a PowerShell script: C# Code: var service = farm.Services.GetValue<SPWebService>(); How does one specify the generics parameter in PowerShell? At the moment I get an Exception stating that "Late bound operations cannot be performed on types or methods for which ContainsGenereicParameters is true" This is not something you can easily do. You will have to resort to Reflection to make that work. See this blog post for more information
Building a Snap-in Targeting PowerShell V1 and PowerShell V2
Building a Snap-in Targeting PowerShell V1 and PowerShell V2 How do I build a PowerShell snap-in to target PowerShell v1 and v2? Given that v1 and v2 can't be installed side by side how can I reference the appropriate assemblies and build against them? Inevitably as things go on I'm going to be adding new PowerShell v2 specific features. So I'm going to need separate product builds targeting different versions of PowerShell. We do that with the PowerShell Community Extensions 1.2. We just reference the PowerShell 1.0 version of System.Management.Automation but AFAICT there is only a 1.0 version of this assembly. Anyway, the snapin loads and runs fine in both PowerShell 1.0 and 2.0.
virtualenv in PowerShell?
virtualenv in PowerShell? Hi fellow pythonistas, there seems to be a problem when virtualenv is used in PowerShell. When I try to activate my environment in PowerShell like.. > env/scripts/activate .. nothing happens. (the shell prompt should have changed as well as the PATH env. variable .) I guess the problem is that PowerShell spawns a new cmd. process just for running the activate.bat thus rendering the changes activate.bat does to the shell dead after it completes. Do you have any workarounds for the issue? (I'm sticking with cmd.exe for now) Here's a post which contains a Powershell script which allows you to run batch files that persistently modify their environment variables. The script propagates any environment variable changes back to the calling PowerShell environment. A quick work-around would be to invoke cmd and then run your activate.bat from within the cmd
Powershell SQLCMD
Powershell SQLCMD We were experiencing problems with Powershell and SQLCMD, when there was sapces in the -v parameter variable powershell wouldn't run the command. e.g. sqlcmd ... -v VAR="Some space" Has anyone experienced this before or know how to fix the problem? Thanks, B Powershell will actually pass the parameter to the program as "VAR=Some space". Maybe sqlcmd stumbles over this. By using VAR=`"Some space`" instead it will get passed as VAR="Some space". Maybe that resolves the problem. The syntax above works for the PS commandline but fails within a script. We struggled a long time with how to make this work. One of our very clever QA guys finally came up with the following: $variableWithSpaces="one two three" $mySqlCmd = "sqlcmd -E -S $dbServer -i $script -v var=```"$variableWithSpaces```" " Invoke-Expression $mySqlCmd Plug ugly but it works
powershell or msdeploy
powershell or msdeploy I am running into a situation where I need to find a better approach to deploy web applications (asp.net to iis6..sorry ruby lovers :( and I was curious what some of you have done? I have seen products out there (Anthill?) but I am really looking for a way that my operations... was adsutil.vbs, iisweb.vbs, iisback.vbs, iiscnfg.vbs, and iisext.vbs or learning an arcane script programming model for IIS. I think msdeploy will be a large step up from wrapping those primitive utils with powershell and other scripts or batch files, with its "syncing" approach. Also from VS 2010 standpoint, MSdeploy will be integrated into IDE so that would certainly be the direction to go... Check out bit.ly/21naYV -Vishal Supposedly, MSDeploy ships with a PowerShell snapin and cmdlets... so you shouldn't have to choose. IIS Team Blog: web deployment tool and PowerShell MSDeploy + PowerShell
Is PowerShell a bottleneck
Is PowerShell a bottleneck I'm working on a .net application that needs interact with Exchange, specifically creating Exchange objects. Its a web based application, but will have a back end running as a service on the Exchange server. I'm trying to decide the best way to interact with Exchange. My initial thoughts was to use powershell, with some sort of service queuing system for operations, however I'm worried this may make the application slow as some powershell operations can take some time. Would I be better of using HMC to do this, or is this essentially what HMC breaks down to anyway? As far as I can tell there aren't any other options for interacting with Exchange, Exchange web services don't let you create higher level objects. I'm perfectly happy using powershell so long as its not going to become a big bottleneck, any alternative suggestions, or patterns to make this easier
PowerShell App.Config
PowerShell App.Config Has anyone worked out how to get PowerShell to use app.config files? I have a couple of .NET DLL's I'd like to use in one of my scripts but they expect their own config sections to be present in app.config/web.config. @Steve/Sam: I had a horrible feeling those were going to be the answers. Thanks Kev I'm guessing that the settings would have to be in powershell.exe.config in the powershell directory, but that seems to be a bad way of doing things. You can use ConfigurationManager.OpenMappedExeConfiguration to open a configuration file based on the executing DLL name, rather than the application exe, but this would obviously require changes to the DLLs. Sam's answer is what I had to do when I was writing cmdlets for PolyMon. I haven't found another workaround yet. I had the same problem, and resolved it using Keith Hill's parser, available here
PowerShell "echo on"
PowerShell "echo on" This is a duplicate of http://serverfault.com/questions/102098/powershell-script-showing-commands-run. I thought it would be more appropriate to ask this question here. I am playing around with PowerShell scripts and they're working great. However, I am wondering if there is any way to also show all the commands that were run, just as if you were manually typing them in yourself. This would be similar to "echo on" in batch files. I looked at the PowerShell command-line arguments, the cmdlets, but I didn't find anything obvious. C:\workspaces\silverlight> start-transcript -? NAME Start-Transcript SYNOPSIS Creates a record of all or part of a Windows PowerShell session in a text file. SYNTAX Start-Transcript [[-Path] <string>] [-Append] [-Force] [-NoClobber] [-Confirm] [-WhatIf] [<CommonParameters>] DESCRIPTION The Start
Reflection with Powershell
Reflection with Powershell I have a set of .NET Assemblies (all under the same directory) and some of those contain classes which implement an abstract class. I would like a Powershell script to find all the classes which implement my abstract class, and execute a method on each of them. Does anybody have an idea on how to do this? Thanks! The same way as you do it with c# but with PowerShell syntax. Take a look at Assembly.GetTypes and Type.IsSubclassOf. Here's a little function you might want to try.. (I haven't tested it yet, as I don't have any criteria to test this with easily..) It can be used by supplying the paths (one or more full or relative paths separated by commas) on the command line like this CheckForAbstractClassInheritance -Abstract System.Object -Assembly c:\assemblies\assemblytotest.dll, assemblytotest2.dll or from the pipeline 'c:\assemblies
du in powershell?
du in powershell? How can I get a "du" -ish analysis using powershell? I'd like to periodically check the size of directories on my disk. The following gives me the size of each file in the current directory: foreach ($o in gci) { Write-output $o.Length } But what I really want is the aggregate size of all files in the directory, including subdirs. Also I'd like to be able to sort it by size, optionally. EDIT: some additional context. I'm a dev, but I admin my dev machines. There is an implementation available at the "Exploring Beautiful Languages" blog: "An implementation of 'du -s *' in Powershell" function directory-summary($dir=".") { get-childitem $dir | % { $f = $_ ; get-childitem -r $_.FullName | measure-object -property length -sum | select @{Name="Name";Expression={$f}},Sum} (Code by the blog owner: Luis Diego Fallas
Powershell in SQLCLR?
Powershell in SQLCLR? In the past I've been able to embed a sripting languate (like JScript) inside the SQLCLR, so scripts can be passed as parameters of functions, to perform certain calculations. Here is a simplistic example (the function ssScriptExecute returns a concatenation of all the print's in the script): select dbo.ssScriptExecute( 'print("Calculation: "+(1+2/3) );' ) -- Calculation: 1.6666666666666665 I'd love to be able to embed a Powershell runtime in the same way. But I've had all sort of problems because the runtime tries to find assemblies by path, and there are no paths... hosting powershell, and let SQLCLR send the request dbo.ssScriptExecute(...) to that service for execution. Besides from that, I've also successfully embedded paxScript.net in the SQLCLR (an interpreter that does not have the memory leak problems of the DLR languages

Related powershell Video tutorials from Youtube.


Windows PowerShell (Security T
Jason Fossen, an instructor at the SANS Institute, introduces his course, Windows PowerShell (Securi
Windows PowerShell (Security Training)
Jason Fossen, an instructor at the SANS Institute, introduces his course, Windows PowerShell (Security 533).

Batch script game SeeTheFuture
Can you see into the future? I got the idea for this game from a powershell example script.
Batch script game SeeTheFuture .bat
Can you see into the future? I got the idea for this game from a powershell example script.

PowerGuI Editor Tips and Trick
This video shows some time-saving features of the PowerGUI Script Editor: intellisense is used to qu
PowerGuI Editor Tips and Tricks
This video shows some time-saving features of the PowerGUI Script Editor: intellisense is used to quickly create a PowerShell command that detects and lists all processes running on the local system, the code snippet feature is used to paste a fully formed function template into the edior, and the VB snippet feature is used to demonstrate how the PowerGUI editor recognizes VB code structures and substitutes the equivalent PowerShell structure instead. For more info, please visit: powergui.org

Windows Server 2008: modify ac
This is a video about how to modify users in Active Directory Users and Computers in PowerShell. Thi
Windows Server 2008: modify active directory users with powershell
This is a video about how to modify users in Active Directory Users and Computers in PowerShell. This is a simple script, but they can be much more complex. The trick is to get to be more familiar with it and then you can crank out scripts on the fly. I made this video on Windows Server 2008, but you can use powershell on Windows 7, Vista, XP, Server 2008, and Server 2003. Commands used... $objUser=[ADSI]"LDAP://cn=Stavro Mueller, ou=people, dc=my, dc=domain" $objUser.put("company","Wingnuts, inc") $objUser.setinfo() Providing training videos since last Tuesday. technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.

Windows Server 2008: PowerShel
This is how to use a PowerShell Script to add users to an Active Directory Domain Controller. I ente
Windows Server 2008: PowerShell Script adding Active Directory Users
This is how to use a PowerShell Script to add users to an Active Directory Domain Controller. I enter the commands manually and use both PowerShell / Visual Basic scripts. You can create, modify, and view users though these methods. Providing training videos since last Tuesday. technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.

Remote Management: A Sneak Pee
Don Jones demonstrates the new remote management functionality in Windows PowerShell 2.0 CTP2. For m
Remote Management: A Sneak Peek at Windows PowerShell 2.0
Don Jones demonstrates the new remote management functionality in Windows PowerShell 2.0 CTP2. For more info on working with Windows PowerShell, see the Windows PowerShell column in TechNet Magazine (www.technetmagazine.com).

Deploy VIX Workflow To PowerSh
Here we deploy a simple VIX workflow built within PowerWF first to a PowerShell Cmdlet then to a Pow
Deploy VIX Workflow To PowerShell
Here we deploy a simple VIX workflow built within PowerWF first to a PowerShell Cmdlet then to a PowerShell Snapin that includes several workflows. powerwf.com

Windows PowerShell: Filtering
Don Jones explains how filtering functions, the pipeline, and custom objects work in Windows PowerSh
Windows PowerShell: Filtering Functions and Custom Objects
Don Jones explains how filtering functions, the pipeline, and custom objects work in Windows PowerShell. For more info on working with Windows PowerShell, see the Windows PowerShell column in TechNet Magazine (www.technetmagazine.com).

RSSBus - Simple Ways To Connec
RSSBus. Beyond blogging. Simple ways to connect your data. A birds eye view on RSSBus, feeds, and re
RSSBus - Simple Ways To Connect Your Data
RSSBus. Beyond blogging. Simple ways to connect your data. A birds eye view on RSSBus, feeds, and really simple application integration. RSSBus can be used to securely serve custom feeds over the Internet or on the local host. This video shows examples of very basic feeds that can be created with RSSBus with just a few mouse clicks, like feeds of bank statement items, sql query results, Excel spreadsheed rows, Active Directory search results, MS Access query results, Amazon search results, and SalesForce events. Then it shows how feeds can be dynamically generated with RSSBus and take inputs from the querystring or postdata and shows example of this, like a feed of a file mask listing and a feed that sends email and outputs the results. As an example of some more complex feeds that RSSBus can create, some "pipe" feeds are shown. Pipes allow you to "pipe" information from one data source to another seamlessly. Examples shown are a feed that pipes file mask listings into an email sender, a feed that pipes Google Talk buddies into an Amazon wishlists search (showing the Amazon wishlist, if it exists, for each buddy), and a feed that pipes PayPal transactions into a SQL table. RSS isn't the only format supported by RSSBus though - any format that supports name value pairs (NVP) makes sense: Atom, HTML, JSON, Excel, etc. Finally, the video shows some of the ways in which RSSBus can be integrated into real world solutions. Obviously, RSSBus can make your data accessible through ...

Not Just Console Apps
We tend to show off PowerWF's ability to create applications using Console and PowerShell applicatio
Not Just Console Apps
We tend to show off PowerWF's ability to create applications using Console and PowerShell applications. In this demo we show that we can bring up common GUI interfaces as well. powerwf.com

PowerShellCmdlet Get-RSS in 2
In this demo I create a PowerShell cmdlet using PowerWF Studio in less than 2 minutes using a single
PowerShellCmdlet Get-RSS in 2 Minutes
In this demo I create a PowerShell cmdlet using PowerWF Studio in less than 2 minutes using a single workflow activity. The cmdlet gets the Uri as input from the user, read the RSS feed, and writes the output back to PowerShell. powerwf.com

Microsoft Windows Components
slideshow of microsft windows components:- internet explorer windows media player microsoft office w
Microsoft Windows Components
slideshow of microsft windows components:- internet explorer windows media player microsoft office windows movie and DVD maker disk defragmenter and cleanup windows mail and "fax and scan" windows photo gallery and windows defender paint, wordpad and notepad windows space meeting and windows sidebar windows calculator and charecter map command prompt (cmd) and windows powershell media cenmtre and live messenger snipping tool mixed with god of war (game) original soundtracks

Windows Command Prompt 03 Vari
I try to explain the Windows variables, what they are and how you can manipulate them.
Windows Command Prompt 03 Variables
I try to explain the Windows variables, what they are and how you can manipulate them.

TechNet Magazine: Apply Format
Don Jones demonstrates how the object-oriented nature of Windows PowerShell allows you to apply form
TechNet Magazine: Apply Formatting To Your Windows PowerShel
Don Jones demonstrates how the object-oriented nature of Windows PowerShell allows you to apply formatting to its output. For more info on working with Windows PowerShell, see the Windows PowerShell column in TechNet Magazine.

Windows Command Prompt 08 User
This video shows how you can use CMD to edit user information.
Windows Command Prompt 08 User Information
This video shows how you can use CMD to edit user information.

Setting Filters in PowerGUI
This video demonstrates how to use filters to customize the output data grid in PowerGUI. A filter w
Setting Filters in PowerGUI
This video demonstrates how to use filters to customize the output data grid in PowerGUI. A filter will be created on the 'Services' node to generate a list of system services that have stopped. The filtered list will then be saved as a new node that can be reused. For more info, please visit: powergui.org

PoshTips.com - PowerShell Coun
Demo of a countdown timer written in Windows Powershell. Hand to use for creating a timed pause with
PoshTips.com - PowerShell Countdown Timer
Demo of a countdown timer written in Windows Powershell. Hand to use for creating a timed pause within a powershell script and provide user with feedback to let them know the state of the script and when they can expect it to resume. Visit PoshTips.com for source code to the CountDown timer function. All for free (of course).

Windows Server 2008: dsget, ge
This is a quick video about how to get information about users in active directory users and groups.
Windows Server 2008: dsget, get information about active directory users with command line
This is a quick video about how to get information about users in active directory users and groups. You can use this like a batch file. I am using Windows Server 2008, but this also works in older versions of Windows Server. commands used dsget /? dsget user /? dsget user "cn=Stavro Mueller, ou=people, dc=my, dc=domain" -samid dsquery user -name "*" | dsget user -samid In this next command, youtube won't let me put the greater than sign. dsquery user -name "*" | dsget user -samid -office "Greater than sign" users.txt Providing training videos since last Tuesday. technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.

PowerGUI Column Quick Tip
This video shows how to customize the output grid in PowerGUI to show or hide data that you want to
PowerGUI Column Quick Tip
This video shows how to customize the output grid in PowerGUI to show or hide data that you want to see. Columns can me reordered or hidden. For more info, please visit: powergui.org

Copy user in Windows 2008 Acti
Author and talk show host Robert McMillen explains the Copy user in Windows 2008 Active Directory co
Copy user in Windows 2008 Active Directory.wmv
Author and talk show host Robert McMillen explains the Copy user in Windows 2008 Active Directory commands for a Windows 2008 server. This How To Video also has audio instruction.

Security 505: Securing Windows
Jason Fossen, an instructor at the SANS Institute, introduces his popular course, Securing Windows (
Security 505: Securing Windows
Jason Fossen, an instructor at the SANS Institute, introduces his popular course, Securing Windows (Security 505). For more info, ... www.sans.org

Windows Command Prompt 04 Acce
Here I show how you can execute programs from the Windows console.
Windows Command Prompt 04 Accessing Programs
Here I show how you can execute programs from the Windows console.

ActiveRoles Server - ActiveRol
www.quest.com - ActiveRoles Server helps you manage, automatically provision, reprovision and, most
ActiveRoles Server - ActiveRoles Server and Windows PowerShell
www.quest.com - ActiveRoles Server helps you manage, automatically provision, reprovision and, most importantly, deprovision users quickly, efficiently and securely in Active Directory.

ActiveRoles Server - Intro to
www.quest.com - ActiveRoles Server helps you manage, automatically provision, reprovision and, most
ActiveRoles Server - Intro to Windows PowerShell
www.quest.com - ActiveRoles Server helps you manage, automatically provision, reprovision and, most importantly, deprovision users quickly, efficiently and securely in Active Directory.

Windows Server 2008: command l
This is a video on how to work with Active Directory groups. I'm using a Server 2008 domain controll
Windows Server 2008: command line for Active Directory groups
This is a video on how to work with Active Directory groups. I'm using a Server 2008 domain controller, but these commands will work on Server 2003 as well. I use these commands to add members to, create, move, rename, and delete groups. Commands used... dsadd group "cn=Marketing,OU=Groups,DC=my,dc=domain" -samid Marketing -secgrp yes -scope g dsmod group "cn=marketing,ou=groups,dc=my,dc=domain" -addmbr "cn=L Prosser,ou=people,dc=my,dc=domain" dsget group "cn=sales,ou=groups,dc=my,dc=domain" -members | dsmod group "cn=marketing,ou=groups,dc=my,dc=domain" -addmbr dsmove "cn=marketing,ou=groups,dc=my,dc=domain" -newname "public relations" dsadd ou "ou=marketing,dc=my,dc=domain" dsmove "cn=public relations,ou=groups,dc=my,dc=domain" -newparent "ou=marketing,dc=my,dc=domain" dsrm "cn=public relations,ou=marketing,dc=my,dc=domain" Providing training videos since last Tuesday. technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.

Jon White, Test Lead, Windows
At TechEd Europe 2010 in Berlin, Test Lead on Windows PowerShell team - Jon White - talks about the
Jon White, Test Lead, Windows PowerShell
At TechEd Europe 2010 in Berlin, Test Lead on Windows PowerShell team - Jon White - talks about the history of PowerShell and the current state of the PowerShell adoption.

PowerGUI Debugger Basics
This video shows the basic functions of the PowerGUI Debugger including passing-in script parameters
PowerGUI Debugger Basics
This video shows the basic functions of the PowerGUI Debugger including passing-in script parameters, setting breakpoints, changing variable values during a debug session, and using the step-into function. For more information, please visit: PowerGUI.org

SDM Software's new GPO Exporte
SDM Software introduces its new GPO Exporter tool for reporting, sorting, searching and exporting Gr
SDM Software's new GPO Exporter Tool
SDM Software introduces its new GPO Exporter tool for reporting, sorting, searching and exporting Group Policy Settings. The Exporter lets you report on Group Policy settings from multiple GPOs and selectively report out specific policy areas. You can search, sort and export Group Policy settings to Excel, PDF or CSV. Whether you just need to get a handle on your current Group Policy environment or are doing GPO consolidation, Exporter provides the tools needed to be successful. The included PowerShell interface provides a command-line mechanism for performing settings exports.

Create XML Sitemaps with iWeb
How to submit your iWeb and MobileMe hosted website to search engines, including Google, Yahoo, MSN/
Create XML Sitemaps with iWeb based web sites - Step by step
How to submit your iWeb and MobileMe hosted website to search engines, including Google, Yahoo, MSN/Live and Ask.com using XML Sitemaps. This video tutorial will walk you through, step by step, detailing how you can get your website indexed by all the major search engines. XML Sitemaps are a way of telling major search engines about your website. You can also get important feedback about why your website is not appearing in search engines.

Use Resultant Set of Policy RS
Author and talk show host Robert McMillen explains the Use Resultant Set of Policy RSOP in Windows 2
Use Resultant Set of Policy RSOP in Windows 2008 Active Directory.wmv
Author and talk show host Robert McMillen explains the Use Resultant Set of Policy RSOP in Windows 2008 Active Directory commands for a Windows 2008 server. This How To Video also has audio instruction.

Windows Server 2008: dsadd, ad
This how to add users to active directory via command line. It requires very long command and comple
Windows Server 2008: dsadd, add users to active directory with command line
This how to add users to active directory via command line. It requires very long command and complex syntax, but a user may be created with all the proper settings by such means. commands used: dsadd user "cn=Gail Andrews,ou=people,dc=my,dc=domain" -upn gandrews -samid gail.andrews -pwd * -mustchpwd yes -hmdir \\server2008a\users\gandrews -hmdrv u: Providing training videos since last Tuesday. technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.

Windows Command Prompt 02 File
Here I try to explain some simple and useful file operations.
Windows Command Prompt 02 File Operations
Here I try to explain some simple and useful file operations.

Windows Command Prompt 01 Navi
Here I attempt to explain some useful, daily commands of the Windows shell.
Windows Command Prompt 01 Navigating your System
Here I attempt to explain some useful, daily commands of the Windows shell.

Channel Introduction
Here I discuss the purpose of this channel and what I hope to accomplish.
Channel Introduction
Here I discuss the purpose of this channel and what I hope to accomplish.

Windows Server 2008: dsmod, mo
This ia quick video about how to use dsmod in command line to modify active directory users and comp
Windows Server 2008: dsmod, modify active directory users with command line
This ia quick video about how to use dsmod in command line to modify active directory users and computers. It a way to script changes to several users at once and with dsquery can become a very powerful tool. I made this video on Windows Server 2008, but these things should work on older versions of Windows Server Or can even be run from other versions of windows joined to the domain. Commands used dsmod user "cn=Stavro Mueller,ou=people, dc=my,dc=domain" -office "New York" dsmod user -office "New Orleans" "cn=Stavro Mueller, ou=people, dc=my, dc=domain" "cn=Karl Mueller, ou=people, dc=my, dc=domain" "cn=L Prosser, ou=people, dc=my, dc=domain" CTRL+Z Enter dsquery user "ou=people, dc=my, dc=domain" | dsmod user -office "Omaha" dsquery user "ou=people, dc=my, dc=domain" | dsmod user -office "" dsmod user "cn=Stavro Mueller,ou=people, dc=my,dc=domain" -pwd * -mustchpwd yes dsmod /? dsmod user /? Providing training videos since last Tuesday. technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.

Quest vWorkspace - PowerShell
www.Quest.com - This video by Quest Principal Product Architect for vWorkspace and Microsoft MVP for
Quest vWorkspace - PowerShell Cmdlet Demo
www.Quest.com - This video by Quest Principal Product Architect for vWorkspace and Microsoft MVP for Remote Desktop Services Michel Roth demonstrates how you can script and automate key areas within vWorkspace using PowerShell cmdlets, available on the vWorkspace community at communities.quest.com

Customizing the PowerGUI Homep
This video demonstrates how to change the default PowerGUI Welcome Screen to a custom homepage You c
Customizing the PowerGUI Homepage
This video demonstrates how to change the default PowerGUI Welcome Screen to a custom homepage You can see this video in better quality on our web site here: www.powergui.org Customization.avi

SDM Software's GPO Compare 2.0
Watch a demo of SDM Software GPO Compare 2.0--where you can compare live Group Policy Objects or GPO
SDM Software's GPO Compare 2.0 -- Demo
Watch a demo of SDM Software GPO Compare 2.0--where you can compare live Group Policy Objects or GPO backups, search and report on settings differences or use the PowerShell command-line to perform bulk comparisons

Windows Command Prompt 06 Cust

Windows Command Prompt 06 Customizing Your Shell

PowerShell add-computer
This is a screenscast about the Windows PowerShell cmdlet add-computer presented by Fredrik Wall.
PowerShell add-computer
This is a screenscast about the Windows PowerShell cmdlet add-computer presented by Fredrik Wall.

Pre-Assess before Migrating to
Understanding your current environment is a critical piece in preparing for your move to Exchange Se
Pre-Assess before Migrating to Exchange Server 2007
Understanding your current environment is a critical piece in preparing for your move to Exchange Server 2007. We will cover some best practices to help you prepare. You will hear guest speaker David Sayer, Exchange Practice Lead at Dell, discuss how his organization has helped prepare current platforms for a migration. Mr. Sayer has distinguished himself by leading large-scale design and migration engagements, speaking at the Microsoft Exchange Conference, developing LDAP/DirSync and Security Assessment offerings, and receiving MS Exchange Ranger Training directly from the MS development team.

Creating a Scheduled Task Demo
In this demo from Train Signal's Windows 7 Deployment course, Rhonda Layfield will show you how you
Creating a Scheduled Task Demo in Windows 7
In this demo from Train Signal's Windows 7 Deployment course, Rhonda Layfield will show you how you can easily schedule common tasks for your computer to perform in Windows 7. For more info visit bit.ly

Windows Command Prompt 05 MS-D
I quickly discuss the simple Windows text editor `edit`.
Windows Command Prompt 05 MS-DOS EDIT Text Editor
I quickly discuss the simple Windows text editor `edit`.

SQL Server 2008 Express Part 1

SQL Server 2008 Express Part 1.wmv

PowerGUI download and install
This video shows the download URL for PowerGUI, and demonstrates a default install. For more info, p
PowerGUI download and install
This video shows the download URL for PowerGUI, and demonstrates a default install. For more info, please visit: powergui.org

Post you comment here

Your Name (*) :
Your Email :
Subject (*):
Your Comment (*):
  Reload Image
 
 

There are 0 comment(s) to this page.



The questions and answers taken from stackoverflow.com's public data dump which is licensed under the cc-wiki license.
Logo, website design and layout ©2011 CodingTiger.com