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Citrix Delivery Groups Power Plan Management – Powershell Script

Usually customers whom invest in VDI want to save on consumption whenever its possible, in terms of power management the user VDI VMs shouldn’t be up and running 24/7 they should be shutdown after working hours and then readied at the beginning of the business day. In the case of PVS, the default behavior is… Read More »

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Microsoft SQL Server 2012 AlwaysON Availability Group MultiSubnet Listener

I’ve been recently involved in a project where I had to transition a Microsoft SQL environment from 2008 R2 to 2012 and change from the normal SQL cluster to the new AlwaysOn availability group module. After performing the transition and we’ve up the local listener and the disaster site listener we came to an issue… Read More »

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Logon Policy Script (Active Directory w/ Powershell)

Recently I’ve been involved in a project which included writing a script to configure a log-on policy to accept or deny some sort of a disclaimer. The script hereunder specifically gives the use a policy to read and if the user approves it then he will be able to continue, otherwise he will be logged… Read More »

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Hyper-V 3 Resource Metering

Well I’ve been working on this project and I found it interesting to share a little script which I created for that purpose:   Enable-VMResourceMetering Measure-VM And you’re ready to run the script: For something better and more elite I suggest you would go over here “http://poshstats.net/” but if you’re like me and just can’t… Read More »

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Windows 2012 ICT via PowerShell

Well, since Windows 2k12 was released I kind of missed the Windows 2k8 ICT (Initial Configuration Tasks) which was straight forward to do the basic and most important things when setting up a box, especially when I am doing labs or proof of concepts. SO! I decided to write a script that would cover that… Read More »

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Upgrade an Exchange 2010 DAG to SP2

In this post I will explaining on how to successfully upgrade your Exchange 2010 DAG members to SP2 knowing that this procedure can be used to perform any later roll-ups or upgrades what so ever. A couple of points that I’d like to treat seriously before doing any major change in my infrastructure which is… Read More »

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Configuring VMware AutoDeploy Feature

AutoDeploy is a new feature of VMware vSphere 5.0 and it’s the most efficient way to provision a new server as as ESXi 5.0 box, along this guide I’ll be configuring AutoDeploy and I’ll be using my workstation as the lab also I’ll be using VMware vCenter Serve Appliance as my vCenter server. [What you’ll… Read More »

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