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  • Blog Post: Getting the registry through Powershell..

    Just one more quick line to plug into DCM ..  (plus a few powershell links which might be useful) Returning a value set in the registry.  For example if you optimise the TCPWindowSize in a CCR environment you can use the following in DCM to verify that the values are set correctly as per your...
  • Blog Post: Powershell, DPM and Virtualisation – some great blogs…

    Powershell Explore Your [Environment] on the Windows Powershell blog, written by Jeff Snover.  The article takes a bit of reading but has a great walk through of using Powershell to invoke the System.Environment .Net class.  For example: “ [Datetime]::Today Saturday, December 13, 2008 12:00...
  • Blog Post: ..a few more bits of Powershell to feed into DCM

    Following on from my DCM blog last month here are a few more bits of Powershell that can be fed into DCM… Checking Autodatabasemountdial: $server=hostname $cmsobj=Get-MailboxServer | Where-Object { $_.RedundantMachines -contains $server }$cmsname=$cmsobj.name $return=(Get-MailboxServer -id:$cmsname)...
  • Blog Post: Want to check if your Exchange servers are configured how you designed them to be configured?

    Then DCM , or Configuration Manager 2007 Desired Configuration Management to give it it’s full title, could be the way to go… It’s part of the System Centre suite of products [ SCCM ] and it appears to be a really useful bit of software. You effectively create configuration items and can populate these...
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