The world of NAS has changed over the years, historically being used as a central location to store and share user files and home directory data across the business.
Today, NAS is used much more widely - commonly including applications, large unstructured data sets and virtualization. What has also changed is the scalability that you can now achieve through your production NAS devices by exposing NFS or SMB protocols for these workloads. As such, unstructured data is currently measured in Petabytes and continues to grow exponentially.
Microsoft Sysinternals PSExec is an essential tool for any IT administrator. Able to remotely execute commands, install software, launch applications, and run as the system account, PSExec makes short work of common administrative tasks.
As you will find out in this article, there are many different use cases, of which we barely scratch the surface. With that in mind, let’s jump into some common PSExec commands and scenarios below!
A great way to improve your PowerShell module-building workflow is to use a Git repository hosted on GitHub. Using a Github repo for your PowerShell module comes with many benefits. These benefits include being able to roll back to previous versions and creating multiple branches to be able to test different changes while maintaining the existing working module among others.
In this article, you will learn how to create a GitHub repository for an existing PowerShell module to make development much more efficient.