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I just spent the past week at InfoPoint taking Microsoft course 10135A Automating Administration with Windows PowerShell 2.0.  Although I have worked with PowerShell before, I decided to take this course in hopes to discover things about the scripting language that I may not already know.  The topics discussed in this post are those that I found to be either interesting or helpful. Read the rest of this entry »


The Scoop

While in training last week we had a power outage on our Northside office.  One of the servers, call it SERVER1, went down as a result of the outage.  Battery backups were indeed in place but the outage lasted long enough to drain them considerably.  After the power outage was over all services came back up on the server except the Windows Deployment Services (WDS) service.  SERVER1 is a System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) Secondary Site.  Moreover, it’s  PXE Service Point. Read the rest of this entry »