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Using Azure? Save money! AzureSaveMoney PowerShell module

It”s certainly been a while since my last post, but I am going to make up for it with some free code that I am writing that can help you save money in Azure by cleaning up old and unused resources. Check out the project readme for details...

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Buy 0, get 2 free. Printer migration scripts

There has been a lot of action lately around migrating print servers to Windows 2012/R2. Good news, as many customers are coming from either Windows 2003 or Windows 2008 and 32 bit print spooler services. There are tools to help with migrating printers to Windows 2012; Printbrm.exe and...

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Second contribution to the Script Repository

I was cruising around the internet when I came across many users having issues with the visibility of the IE 10 and 11 scrollbar. I have noticed on some monitors and color combinations that the bar is sometimes difficult to see. So I fixed it up with some PowerShell....

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Hyper-V 2012 Compare-VM PowerShell Cmdlet Error

I wanted to get this information out as when I was researching the error below I could not find any information on it online or in our internal database. Hopefully it helps someone out there and they don”t have to have a night sleep to have their, eureka...

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Tip 38: SharePoint 2010 Enable Visual Upgrade on Sites with PowerShell

This tip is for SharePoint Foundation 2010, SharePoint Server 2010 and Search Server 2010 Express. When upgrading to SharePoint 2010 from WSS 3.0, MOSS 2007 or Search Search 2008 there are some choices on whether or not the administrator wants to upgrade sites to the new SharePoint 2010...