Auto-Sorting Computers in WSUS

When I installed my first WSUS server, I liked the idea of auto-assigning computers into different WSUS groups according to domains using the group policy's settings.
However, it's a bummer to find out that you can only assign every computer to one group using GP (and not being ...

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Get-BigDirectories

Note: This script is better than just ls -rec | measure, because measure measures only one field, and when iterating over many files and directories, every iteration counts.

Whenever our roaming profiles folder gets too big, we have to prune the profiles that are both old and heavy. Using windows explorer ...

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Querying SQL Servers

Before I had a chance to study Microsoft's SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS)'s Powershell SnapIn, I needed to grab some data from an SQL DB. I ended up creating 3 nifty functions for that very thing, and I still use them today, because I find SQL's SnapIn ...

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New blog... yay

Hi.
My name is Nitzan, and I'm a MS-IT guy.
Whenever I run into a problem I can't solve during my work, I almost always end up finding the answer in some blog.
For that reason, I've decided to place all of the solutions I find in ...

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Testing stranded group policies

Ever had GPO Version differences between the AD and the Sysvol? Sure, you might have a healthy FRS/DFSR architecture, but the replication takes time. It's annoying to check if the GP object is now OK on every server, because one would have to point the GPMC to every ...

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