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To download a web page using powershell and a scheduled task you must do the following : 1. Open Task Scheduler 2. Right click where your existing Tasks are and click Create a new task 3. Give it a name, and description 4. By default the job will run as whatever user you’re logged in as.  If you don’t want this click the “Change User or Group” button to select the user you’d like the job to run as. 5....

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I’ve been working with the Task Scheduler Managed Wrapper project on code plex.  While I’ve found this project extremely useful I hit a couple of snags that I figured I’d outline here to help you make use of this library as quickly as possible. 1. Allow scheduled task user to “Log on as a batch job” – When you create a scheduled task you usually run as the user who created the task, or set to run as...

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Are you running mRemoteNG and noticed that you can’t open more than 6 Windows Server 2012 Tabs?  Apparently there is a known issue with mRemoteNG not being Large Address aware.  To fix this you’ll need Visual Studio installed on your local computer where you’re running mRemoteNG and perform the following steps.   1.  In Windows Explorer navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio...

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I personally found all of these instructions confusing, so I’ve compiled an exact list of what I did to get the “Client Bridge” working with the “V23 SP1” version of the firmware. Instructions update for V24: DHCP does not work between the DHCP server in the “main” AP and the DHCP clients in computers connected to the secondary “client-bridged” WRT54G in this configuration with...

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Both examples below assume you have a text file with a list of your hostnames to query against:   Get Service Pack Info: $c= get-content “C:servers.txt” foreach ($i in $c) { get-wmiobject win32_operatingsystem -computer $i | select ` csname,caption,servicepackmajorversion }   Get Patch Info: $c= get-content “C:servers.txt” foreach ($i in $c) { Get-WmiObject -Computer $i -Class Win32_QuickFixEngineering -filter...

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Have you tried viewing “Show Connected Alerts” within Microsoft Scom Operations Manager 2012 yet no alerts show? Perhaps older alerts persist? Have no fear I may have an answer for you!  Clear your cache 🙂 1. Close System Center Operations Manager 2. Run the following command from an elevated administrator command prompt: “C:Program FilesSystem Center 2012Operations...

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