How to Create NIC Teaming with PowerShell

NIC Teaming with PowerShell

As a Windows System administrator, you likely appreciate the efficiency of using Windows PowerShell to automate system administration tasks in Windows Server. This guide will show you how to create NIC Teaming using PowerShell. Understanding NIC Teaming NIC Teaming, also referred to as Load Balancing/Failover (LBFO), is a feature in Windows Server that enables you ... Read more

Increase number of visible lines in cmd on Windows

Windows CMD Buffer Size

The Windows command-line only shows a history of 300 lines by default - this can be a nuisance especially if you are working with long list outputs. However, you can easily increase the number of lines that are shown. Open a cmd window, right-click the title bar, and select Properties. Go to the Layout tab and ... Read more

“No space left on device” error on empty drives

When you try to copy files from your hard drive to an external device such as an external hard drive or USB stick, you may get an error message saying that there is no free space left on your device, even though you just deleted everything to make room. This is most likely due to ... Read more

How to Call Functions in Powershell (Windows)

Functions in Powershell are called without any comma or parenthesis, although they are defined using them. The correct way to call a function with two variable parameters would be: test $local1 $local2 The wrong way is: test($local1, $local2) If you put parentheses around your parameters, your input is treated as an array and thus the ... Read more

Create a Self-signed SSL Certificate on Windows

SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is used for encryption and decryption, processing of S/MIME signed or encrypted mails, generation of certificates, and more. To use it on Windows (32 and 64 bit versions), download the OpenSSL tools from Uncompress it anywhere you like and start it by double-clicking the openssl.exe executable in the \bin folder. ... Read more