It happens all to often, I'll be in Active Directory looking for one thing and the name of a computer account catches my eye. Perhaps it's using an old naming convention or maybe it's a server that I know what decommissioned years earlier, but either way it shouldn't be there. We all know we should … Continue reading Active Directory Computer Account Cleanup
I like automating things. I don't like repeating the same task over and over again. So when I a user from the design department started logging a new ticket every week to have new fonts installed I decided it was time to make life a little easier for both of us. The easy option would … Continue reading Font Auto Install
This morning I was given the task of recreating a users roaming profile in a Citrix environment. This particular customer has 12 Citrix servers. I didn't really feel like logging into each of them to remove the local copy of the users profile. So I wrote this powershell script to do it all for me. … Continue reading Recreating roaming profiles
This has happened to me more than once. I need to force an AAD Connect sync, but can't find the server it's installed on. And of course it's not been documented anywhere. So I've knocked up a quick little powershell script to locate which servers on the network have AAD Connect installed. It's not fool-proof, … Continue reading Where is Azure AD Connect installed?
I went into this one thinking it would be a super simple powershell script. I assumed there would be some sort of powershell integration for Skype to make setting the Mood Text a cake-walk, and then I thought pulling info from Spotify would be a bit of a challenge, but how tough could it be, … Continue reading Spotify’s now playing as Skype ‘What’s happening’ text