Powershell Execution Policy

Are you having trouble creating or running you Powershell scripts in Windows, remember that you need to adjust the default Powershell Execution Policy to allow the running of your scripts. You may otherwise receive an error like the one below File scriptexample.ps1 cannot be loaded because the execution of scripts is disabled on this system. Please see … Continue Reading ››

Which Printer Driver – PostScript (PS) or PCL [How About Both!]

Printers are probably the biggest source of problems for most IT Admins.  Paper jams, low ink, leaky toner and streeky printing are just some of the joys you will often face.  Another common issue is slow or incomplete printing, what's the answer to this equally common user woe? Well your in luck because this is one thing … Continue Reading ››

Microsoft Exchange 2007 and 2010 – Messages Queued For Delivery Powershell Script

I've been getting into Powershell in a big way the past few months and have put together a script to display the number of queued messages on a Microsoft Exchange 2007 or Microsoft Exchange 2010 Server.  Under normal conditions your mail queue should really be empty most of the time so lots of queued messages is … Continue Reading ››

How to install Powershell ISE

Do you want to design, develop and test powershell scripts on your Windows Server? If you are running Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 or Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2011 then you will not be able to "right click" and select "Edit" you can however choose to run the script. You need the Powershell Integrated Scripting Environment to be … Continue Reading ››

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