I have customers that need to send an export of users with some special rolegroup memberships to a sftp-server. I created this script and created a scheduled task.
Ever wanted a desktop background that you dynamically could write to. (like bginfo) I did, but I didn’t want an exe running in that environment. And it was Windows 2008R2 Terminal Servers, with very little rights to the users that logged on. So what i came up with was a powershell script that did run at logon via a GPO.
Latest interesting moment with SCVMM 2012 R2 is really interesting.
To run multiple scripts in multiple servers can be pain… I have created a way to dynamically run scripts on each server and yet only trigger on file per server. If you want to trigger another script just add the script in the “$global:TriggerFolder”-folder and it will be run next time this script is run.
Have you ever run a “ping -t” just to see if the network is unstable or just to know if and when a machine has been down.