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PowerShell, Server, Windows
You can do everything with PowerShell, yes as well locking your workstation with one simple function call. The function uses the API by importing the user32.dll and is being invoked to lock the workstation. Thanks to Mike Pfeiffer from TechNet for this simple but useful script. The fine thing is, it works on a local or remote session.

 

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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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PowerShell, Server, VMWare, Windows
Hi there, following function Get-ScsiDisks retrieves disk details for VMWare Guests or any computer with corresponding SCSI disk details like SCSI ID and SCSI Bus. The function concatenates objects consisting of Win32_DiskDrive, Win32_LogicalDisk and Win32_DiskDriveToDiskPartition using WMI. For WinRM you can use Invoke-Command and inject the script.

Output:

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