The feature, found in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012, can help troubleshoot issues by providing a history of the OS.
While the process is relatively simple, the steps need to take are a bit confusing.
We build on part one to find more math operators in .NET that can be used in PowerShell.
Be warned: some simple .NET work is involved.
Also create a script that will allow you to pick and choose which information you want to receive.
Using the MakeCert utility of the Windows SDK will allow for you to issue your own self-signed certs.
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This Windows Server 2012 feature makes it easy to set storage quotas and manage file types.
The longer you use the Windows Server tool, the more uses you'll find for it.
Here's how to access the information you need when analyzing storage status.
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