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Windows

Remove Read Only Attribute in PowerShell

Removing Read Only attribute is quite common task everyday work. We can always use Windows Explorer to remove Read Only attribute. However sometimes removing Read Only attribute should be just a small part of our script and Windows Explorer method is not an option. Alternatively to PowerShell we could use our good old friend attrib command, but I am PS fan and I would like to share with you how to do it in PowerShell.

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Share Folder From Command Line in Windows

I often hear that Windows is a bad operating system, because you have to do everything from GUI, I totally disagree with such a statement. Windows has many very useful tool in its command line interface. Not to mention Power Shell, in which you can script almost everything. In that blog post I will present a quick How-To on sharing a folder from command line.

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Disable Archiving Options in Outlook 2007 using GPO

Administrators often need to disable Outlook 2007 / Outlook 2003 archiving options for users, due to company policy requirements or because they use third party software to backup / remove old emails from Exchange Mailboxes. We always can instruct our users not to use those options, however as we all know, quite often giving the instructions to users is not enough. Hence we need to know the proper way to force our desired settings. The best way to reconfigure some settings is to use Group Policy Object, of course if we have Active Directory implemented, because it is the easiest and fastest way to change something for multiple computers or multiple users.

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Check Free Space on Disk in Windows

Sometimes it is handy for Windows Administrators to check free space on the volume from command line. That task can be accomplised by using fsutil command. The full syntax for checking free space on volume c: is fsutil volume diskfree c:

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Install PowerShell 6

Install PowerShell 6
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Install PowerShell 5
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Install PowerShell 4
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Install PowerShell 3
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Install PowerShell 2
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How to install PowerShell on Windows Server 2008

Windows PowerShell is a command line and shell scripting language that helps IT specialist in managing their Windows infrastructure. Although PowerShell ships with all versions of Windows Server 2008, it is not installed by default. This blog post will describe the steps you need to follow to install it.

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