Quick PoSH: User Logon Auditing

Here's a quick and dirty user logon/logoff auditing script that has been helpful in educational institutions. The script is available to download from GitHub.   Usage Open the Group Policy Object at the top most level of your domain(s) and add the script to the PowerShell scripts area. On log on, add the -logon parameter,... Continue Reading →

Managing Windows Updates with Group Policy

In this post I'll walk through how I manage and test the delivery of Windows Updates to all my clients and servers. I'll also go through how I manage essential servers like Domain Controllers, Hyper-V hosts and I'll touch on getting started with Cluster-Aware Updating. We're going to group our machines into Clients and Servers,... Continue Reading →

App Spotlight: Windows Admin Center

At the time of writing Windows Admin Center has been around for almost 18 months, in those 18 months it's come a long way and is still being actively developed and updated. It's a simple install, can be installed on either Windows 10 or Server 2016/2019, doesn't require an internet connection or Azure, and will... Continue Reading →

It’s time to update.

As you may be able to tell I've updated the site design and structure to assist in finding the most relevant information. I've also recently updated all my PowerShell utilities to support custom subject lines in the email output, along with a few other improvements and fixes. The best place to get my most up... Continue Reading →

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