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How to Remotely Enable Remote Desktop (RDP) Using PowerShell

The easiest way to enable Remote Desktop RD on the Windows OS family is to use the GUI. To do this, you need to open the “System” Control Panel item, go to the “Remote Settings” tab and enable the “Allow remote connections to this computer” option in the Remote

How to Run PowerShell Script on Remote Computer?

The functionality of remote command execution in PowerShell is called PowerShell Remoting (appeared in PowerShell 2.0) and is based on the capabilities of the Web Services for Management protocol (WS-Management). With PowerShell Remoting, you can run commands on one or several remote computers. You can use the interactive session

Manage and Disable Windows Defender Using PowerShell

Windows Defender first appeared as an anti-virus utility for Windows XP. Since Vista it was built into all Microsoft OS as a protection against viruses, worms, trojans and other type of malicious software. In Windows 8 it was merged with another antivirus product—Microsoft Security Essentials, and now it is

How to Configure DHCP Conflict Resolution?

An IP address conflict occurs between two devices on the same LAN if both are assigned the same IP address. Than a conflict occurs on both devices (if they are running Windows family OSs), an error message appears: Network Error Windows has detected an IP address conflict Another computer

Viewing Office 365 User Account Details Using Get-MsolUser

In this article we’ll show you how to get a various information about Office 365 user accounts using the Get-MsolUser PowerShell cmdlet. The Get-MsolUser cmdlet allows you to view the properties of one or several Office 365 accounts, this is an analogue of the Get-ADUser cmdlet for on-premises Active

How to Get List of Installed Programs in Windows 10?

In this simple guide we will show you two different ways of how to get list of installed programs in Windows 10, 8 or Windows 7 using built-in command line tools. When it may be necessary? For example, the list of all installed programs can be useful when you

Viewing Active Directory Groups Using DSGet Group

The dsget utility can be used to view various information about Active Directory catalog objects. In this article we will show how to use the dsget group command to list info about different groups in the AD domain. To use the dsget command, the Microsoft Windows Administration Tools Pack

Changing Local and Active Directory User Password Using PowerShell

The administrator can change the password of the local users on the computer using the Local Users and Groups (lusrmgr.msc) graphic snap-in. To change the password of an AD domain user, the Active Directory Users and Computer (ADUC) GUI console is mainly used. However, in some cases, the administrator

How to Install and Configure SNMP Service on Windows 10?

Simple Network Management Protocol or SNMP is used for monitoring, event notification, and device management on the corporate networks. The protocol consists of a set of network management standards, including the Application Layer protocol, database schemas, and a set of data objects. SNMP can receive various information (uptime, performance

Managing Office 365 Using Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell

The Office 365 platform includes a PowerShell module that allows you to manage Office 365 organization settings, configure users and licenses from the Command prompt. As with Exchange, there are several things that you can’t simply perform from the GUI in Office 365. To connect to Office 365 from