Being a system administrator on workstations and a fan of PowerShell, I often try to solve issues with PowerShell when necessary. Recently, we’ve started using… Read More »Installing PowerShell Modules in the Current User Scope of the System User
I got to tackle a Maptitude 2020 Deployment via ECM (ConfigMgr) using PSADT for a deployment across a couple of our labs. Overall, it wasn’t… Read More »Maptitude 2020 Deployment via ECM (ConfigMgr) using PSADT
This post just serves as quick notes for dissemination amongst my colleagues. We recently allowed the Windows 10 1809 update via WSUS – needless to say, we were a bit hesitant to release round two of this update. So, we waited until after the phased rollout began on January 16. Anyway, per the norm, I went to download RSAT and realized that there wasn’t a download available for 1809.
I wanted a quick way to get a list of user sessions on our VDI servers. My exact goal was to get a list of users that were a day away from being forced off the system and sending them an email.