Category: powershell

NetNeighbor Watch: The PowerShell Alternative To Arpwatch

In this post, we are going to setup NetNeighbor Watch on a Raspberry Pi. NetNeighbor Watch can keep an eye on your network and send you an email when a new host is discovered. NetNeighbor Watch is done completely in PowerShell. The results are very similar to those of arpwatch. NetNeighbor Watch is for anyone … Continue reading NetNeighbor Watch: The PowerShell Alternative To Arpwatch

Generate a Citrix Desktop Report Based on Active Directory Users

In this post, we are going to merge data from two different sources to generate a report that can provide insight into your Citrix environment. I will show you how to combine Active Directory data for the users in your domain with Citrix data. This report will provide you with the following knowledge: Users that … Continue reading Generate a Citrix Desktop Report Based on Active Directory Users

Generate a DHCP Report Via PowerShell

Today we are going to look at how to generate a DHCP scope statistics HTML report by using PowerShell. This report will give you one location to see all of your DHCP scope statistics across all of your Windows DHCP servers. It will dynamically pull the DHCP servers and associated DHCP scopes within your Active … Continue reading Generate a DHCP Report Via PowerShell

Utilizing PowerShell Out-GridView as a GUI Alternative

In my previous post, I showed how you can build a simple menu driven PowerShell GUI; check it out here. To further improve upon that simple GUI, we will go over how to use Out-GridView. Out-GridView is a built-in powershell cmdlet that sends the output from a given command to an interactive window. This post … Continue reading Utilizing PowerShell Out-GridView as a GUI Alternative

How to Create a Simple PowerShell GUI

Have you ever wanted to create a menu driven PowerShell GUI to conduct a series of automated tasks? You are in luck, because that is exactly what we are going to cover in this post. This very simple PowerShell GUI will help you easily distribute your code to other team members or maybe you just … Continue reading How to Create a Simple PowerShell GUI