Having seen a tweet from June Blender (@juneb_get_help) today pointing to her blog post “GitHub: How to update your fork“, I figured this would be the time to share a PowerShell function I made a while back, to assist me in keeping GitHub forks in sync. So I gave it a minor overhaul tonight. There… Read More »
I often find my self in need of VMware’s PowerCLI cmdlets, but the PowerCLI console really lack a script editor and IntelliSense support as it builds on the regular PowerShell console. I could just add the VMware snap-ins to my profile and load them everytime I start PowerShell ISE, but it don’t want to wait for them… Read More »
So the other day we got hit by a virus at work – well actually it was the 2nd time in four months we got hit by this particular type of virus. The virus arrived in the form of an email with an attached ZIP file. The mail itself claimed to be a Fax Report and… Read More »
Do you have a bunch of PowerShell functions in your arsenal that you use every now and then? Wouldn’t it be nice if those functions where readily available to you whenever you started PowerShell (or even better the PowerShell ISE)? Well good news – in this post I will show you a simple way to achieve… Read More »
A cool tool – the WMI Explorer – caught my attention on the Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog. The tool allows you to explore, and even search available WMI namespaces and classes on local as well as remote computers.
A PHP script for backing up your MySQL databases. Can easily be added to a cron job to have scheduled database backups made. The PHP script below is based on the Back up Mysql database via PHP snippet found on DZone.com, but modified to suit my needs for versioning rather than creating a new filename every… Read More »
A PowerCLI function to remove Vibs installed on a VMware host. Expects a VMHost object, and a list og vib names. You must use the -Remove switch to actually remove vibs, otherwise it will just list the installed vibs matching the provided list of vib names. If you add the -Restart switch the VMware host… Read More »