Tag: Windows

Pagefile size bigger than 4095MB on Windows Server 2003

Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server • 5 Comments

UPDATE: If you can use PAE on your Windows Server 2003 you should check out this post: Pagefile...
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Powershell: Working with XML part 2

Microsoft, PowerShell, Windows, Windows Server • 3 Comments

After my first post (Powershell: Parsing XML part 1) about working with XML and Powershell, I have create this second post which describes...
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PowerShell: Count your Code lines

Microsoft, PowerShell, Windows Server • One Comment

After Coding some lines in a lot of different files you wanna know how much lines you have coded. There are two (I am sure there are even...
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Powershell: Simple retry logic

Hosting, Microsoft, PowerShell, Windows Server • 12 Comments

I am working on some larger PowerShell scripts right now and so I needed to create a simple retry...
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Powershell: if Statement basics

Microsoft, PowerShell • 4 Comments

The if-statement is pretty important if you are creating PowerShell scripts. So I created this post to get some basic information about how...
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Solved: Cannot download File from IIS6 FTP

Hosting, Microsoft, PowerShell, Windows, Windows Server

Today we a ticket which was escalated by the second level support to the engineering. A customer could not download, remove or rename the...
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HowTo: Install Roles and Features Windows Server 2008 R2 Core (Shell)

Microsoft, PowerShell, Virtualization, Windows Server

This Guide should help you to install Roles and Features on Windows Server 2008 R2 per shell or on...
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Tuning a Windows 7 VM

Microsoft, Virtualization, Windows

I run several Windows Virtual Machines (VMs) on my Mac with VMware Fusion. Even VMware Fusion has a great performance for Virtual Machines...
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Powershell: Parsing XML part 1

Microsoft, PowerShell, Windows • 4 Comments

In my company, we started to use XML files as configuration files. So we use it for some configurations of servers or automation for our...
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Powershell: Invoke-Expression

Microsoft, PowerShell • One Comment

Using the Invoke-Expression Cmdlet: The Invoke-Expression cmdlet provides one way to run a script...
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