Renaming remote Windows computer using the command line

Whether you need to rename a local or remote Windows computer, you can perform that task in multiple ways. We all know how to do that using the GUI. Here is the mighty Jedi trick to do the same task from the command line. And from your workstation, too. Continue reading

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Managing NIC Team using powershell

In this article, we will cover additional commands that can expand both our experience with PS and the NIC team in a functional way. In previous article, we covered the basic commands for the NIC teaming.

Most readers will be satisfied only with the basic commands. You may execute just two commands to create the team in a minute. Alas, sometimes we need to do more, like to replace the NIC in the team. This article can help you in such situations.

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NIC Teaming – the powershell way

Whenever someone asks me to make him a new VM, I never miss an opportunity to make a joke – maybe you want a Server Core version. Some people accept the joke, but most are terrified. Then I need to relax them and tell them that this is just a joke; I know that they want the GUI.

Still, the Core version is not so scary. Neither is power shell. I will show you that in this article.

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