Back to Basics: How to Manage Windows Services with PowerShell
Windows services is one of those topics nearly every Windows sysadmin has to work with. To manage Windows services you could fire up the services.msc MMC snap-in for one-off tasks but what if you need to build some kind of automation with PowerShell? Learn how to use PowerShell to get a service, use PowerShell to start a service, use PowerShell to stop a service, and use PowerShell to restart a service in this tutorial!
Self Service your IT with PowerShell and au2mator
Do more with PowerShell and au2mator Self Service Portal. Use the advantage of PowerShell to automate your daily IT Tasks and Processes, and Self Service with au2mator to delegate to the right people in your Company.
Understanding PowerShell Comparison Operators By Example
Like many other programming languages, PowerShell has various comparison operators. However, unlike other languages, those comparison operators can look a little odd. Instead of ==, you have eq. Instead of <>, you've got ne. It can be confusing to newcomers. Let's demystify PowerShell comparison operators in this article.
How To Create An HTML Report With PowerShell
PowerShell is a powerful tool that helps you simplify and automate tedious and repetitive tasks. Administrators typically use PowerShell to extract information from a system or database when the data set required has to be presented as a report. But reports in text or CSV files usually lack the flare and fancy styling of HTML.