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PowerShell, Server, Windows
As published in my Technet Gallery Script Center here, you can get current timezones remotely via PowerShell with Get-Timezones. Get-Timezones is using WMI to communicate with your servers.

This will give you following output:



With Set-Timezone you can set timezones remotely. If you need to disable automatic daylight saving time you can add the additional parameter DSTOff.

This will give you following output:



To get a full list of all timezone IDs type “tzutil /l” and you will get following list:



 

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PowerShell, Server, Windows
Okay at the end it’s a simple $PSVersion wrapped in an Invoke-Command but hey these simple things are needful in case you need to run it against of 100s of servers and not just locally. With the help of Invoke-Command via WinRM and $PSVersionTable.psversion wrapped in a foreach you can retrieve PowerShell version of your remote computers indifferent if you need to use credentials to run it against a different domain than you currently reside. Just use the below function Get-PSVersions, simple but good.


While processing your list of computers a nice Write-Progress will give you some details about the status:


Once finished your output will look like this:

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