How To Rename NIC Adapters with PowerShell

If you want to rename NIC adapters with PowerShell, follow this tutorial: Step 1. Open PowerShell with admin privileges Step 2. Execute the following command, Rename-NetAdapter -Name "<Old NIC Adapter Name>" -NewName "<New Adapter Name>" Example If you want to rename an old NIC Ethernet to a new name ManagementAdapter, the command should look like, Rename-NetAdapter ... Read more

Four Methods to Create a Directory with PowerShell

To create a directory with the help of PowerShell, open the PowerShell console with administrative privileges and use one of the following four ways. Creating a Directory PowerShell Method 1: Use the new-item command new-item <path of directory suppose c:\dir1> -itemtype directory Method 2: Use a file system object $fso = new-object -ComObject scripting.filesystemobject $fso.CreateFolder("path ... Read more

How to Create an Active Directory Global Security Group with PowerShell

I had to create a global security group while I was managing shared mailboxes in Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 with the help of PowerShell. I thought to document it for others. Create an Active Directory Global Security Group with PowerShell 1. Open PowerShell with administrative privileges. 2. Execute the following command. This is just an ... Read more

How to Start Multiple Services With the Help of PowerShell

To start multiple services with the help of PowerShell, follow these simple steps: Start Multiple Services with PowerShell 1. Open PowerShell with administrative privileges. 2. Execute the following command (Suppose when you are required to search all exchange related services and start them, just replace the parameter). Get-Service "*Exchange*" | Start-Service