Category: PowerShell

Automating Software Installs for Imaged Computers

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Today we’ll look at automating software installs for imaged computers, all while saving yourself some storage space and more importantly…time. Before you get started here, you’ll want to have an Active Directory security group and OU for imaged machines set. Automating Software Installs for Imaged Computers PowerShell Code The PowerShell code is really pretty straightforward. It […]

April Fools Day Pranks for Sys Admins

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As the all powerful sys admin, you have access to fantastic tools to play pranks on your co-workers…namely their own PCs. Try out some of these pranks and watch the confusion on your co-worker’s faces. April Fools Day Pranks for Sys Admins The Talking Computer Does your co-worker have his speakers on? Good. Send this PowerShell cmdlet […]

Modifying the Registry for All Users

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We’re going to look at modifying the registry for all users whether or not a user is logged into a machine. This is a continuation of my last blog post – Modifying the Registry of Another User. As a quick refresher, we learned how to modify a user’s registry (HKEY_CURRENT USER or HKEY_USERS) without having that user logged […]