Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) is Microsoft’s implementation of Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM). It’s now part of Microsoft’s Windows Management Infrastructure (MI). WBEM is set of standards developed to unify the management of distributed computing environments.
Given below are the port requirements for connectivity among the nodes of a WSFC (as per my experience with a WSFC comprising 4 nodes running Windows Server 2012 Standard). This connectivity is required for node
For whatever reason, Microsoft stopped enabling the useful “Telnet Client” by default in its Operating Systems since Windows Server 2008 R2. So, on such OSes, the Telnet Client has to be enabled as a “Feature”.
Assuming you have a text file (e.g. C:\ADGroups.txt) containing multiple Active Directory (AD) Groups with one AD group per line, you may use an MS-DOS script similar to the following to create all those AD
This article details the steps which I performed to migrate (storage vMotion) a bunch of VMs running Windows Server 2003 Enterprise/Standard (32-bit) from a standalone ESX 3.5.0 host to and ESXi 4.1.0 cluster. With respect
One method of determining your PowerShell version is to check the Windows Registry at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PowerShell\1\PowerShellEngine. Given below are other(recommended) methods of obtaining version information for your PowerShell:
Recently, all Windows XP workstation users within a corporate domain were required to request and install a certificate from the Enterprise Certificate Authority (Active Directory Certificate Services). Typically, the Certificate Manager Management console Snap-in Control
Last weekend, I upgraded Windows Vista Ultimate to Windows 7 Ultimate on my Dell Studio xps laptop. I chose to upgrade, rather than perform a complete installation because I have too many programs and a