Tag Archives: Windows powershell

Powershell Script to check the DNS Server IPs for the windows 2012 servers in AD.

I was asked to get the details in one of our old environment to get the DNS settings for a list of Server 2012 R2 servers in the AD and If the third octet on the primary DNS server setting … Continue reading

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Various options to enable the Telnet client and other methods to check the port.

In recent version of windows, Telnet Client is not enabled by default and in this blog we can see various method to install the client and to check the port connectivity. Option 1 : we can install it from the … Continue reading

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Powershell script to find the HP Enclosure information

In this blog we can see by using the powershell script to get the below enclosure information. Enclosure name  Enclosure type Onboard Administrator hardware version Enclosure Rack U Position Enclosure part number Serial number Asset tag Onboard Administrator MAC address  We … Continue reading

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Powershell script to find the basic health and status of the HP Enclosure

Pls check my other blog about powershell on HP Enclosure and here by using the below script we can get status of the Enclosure (OnboardAdministrator, PowerSubsystem, CoolingSubsystem running on multilpe HP Enclosure ). We need HP powershell cmdlet to run … Continue reading

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Powershell to get the graph report of VMware VMs configured Memory.

Found the below blog which explains to get the report using powershell in graph pattern so wants to try the same to get the VMs configured memory from the vCenter.It is very useful for the disk space and other administration … Continue reading

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Powershell script to audit the VMware vCenter\ESXi \ Windows logs.

To troubleshoot the VCenter related issues we usually collect the VMware support logs and if we want to check for any error or specific info , it is very difficult to identify the details  on which appropriate log to check so … Continue reading

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