Keeping it simple with this script to replace a string in a text file:
Automate the checking of your configurations with a script that will scrub txt files. Useful for those sites that may not have a management system.
Get the name of a user logged onto a computer
Generates a .doc of commands to paste into devices. pulls IP and hostname from csv and structures the commands in a way you can copy/pasta.
Ping a list of IPs and return a list of alive IPs, a list of dead IPs, and a csv of both.
This script starts a transcript, retrieves a source and destination drive letter using the drive’s “volume name” and proceeds with a RoboCopy session. If one of the volumes is not found, the script exits.
Retrieve and decode an NTP packet.
This script uses setx to deploy the variable, then it’ll ask you to reboot the machines.
Powershell can easily deploy any kind of desktop link, with basically all the options! You can specify an exact icon, arguments, description, window style, and more!!!
That’s pretty neat.
I like making things easy. 😉 Here’s a simpler one: Simple Version.
Here’s a method to replace certain strings of text in a text file in order to generate a usable baseline configuration. Great for Cisco, Juniper, Brocade, Aruba, etc.