With the massive sizes of Hyper-V VMs, it might be a good idea to put a hard cap on how large they can grow to.
While catastrophic if done incorrectly (always back up!), the editing the registry is the only solution to problems that Active Directory tools can't fix.
When things go wrong, we turn to a PowerShell command to right the ship.
By modifying Microsoft's provided Powershell patching code, applying updates to multiple Nano Servers can be simplified.
While there are many methods for applying patches, going through PowerShell is the most straightforward way to get the job done.
Battle quickly shrinking storage space by deleting and compacting physical disks.
Now that the upgrade has been applied, there's some cleanup and maintenance work to be done.
Here's how to get started deploying a Hyper-V upgrade through PowerShell.
While many know that the Get-Process command in PowerShell can provide basic process information, it can also display specific details with some minor tweaks.
Is it possible to remotely monitor with PowerShell installed on a Linux machine?
Even if you have little experience with Linux, getting PowerShell up and running will only take a few simple steps.
Navigate the uncharted Nano Server deployment waters with this step-by-step guide.
Here's all the info you need before beginning to deploy Microsoft's latest server configuration.
Recall earlier scripts to save a ton of time.
Going the PowerShell route will save you time when creating a large batch of new Active Directory users.