Windows Server Core Series | 1- Installing Server Core – 2019

Introduction This windows server core series is intended to use Microsoft server infra in a new way, using commands with almost no GUI. This is the first blog post related to server core 2019 installation, gradually we will configure Active Directory, DNS, DHCP in a server core OS in upcoming posts. So lets start…. Note: …

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Jenkins Installation On Windows | Easy Steps

Introduction Jenkins is an open-source continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) automation server/tool. It offers a simple way to configure CI/CD pipeline to test, build, and deliver various software projects in a continuous manner. It supports almost any combination of languages and source code repository to configure and build the pipeline. Jenkins integrates the software …

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Windows 10/Server High CPU Utilization Issue | Practical Steps

Introduction: Hi There       Today we will discuss performance analysis OR high CPU utilization issue on a Windows 10 system. The high CPU utilization/usage issue is not only limited to Windows 10 only but also can be seen in other client and server operating systems as well. Windows Server Performance is a key factor for a …

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Powershell v5.1+ | How To Get Windows Updates | Single/Multiple Servers | Easy way

Hello There!! I hope you all are doing well. Today we will discuss following topics related to Powershell 1-How to extract installed windows update/Patches from a single server 2-How to extract installed windows update/Patches from a multiple server 3-How to check on how many server a specific update/KB is installed As a system admin working …

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Powershell | Check PING, RDP, and NSLookup for Bulk Server | Easy Way

In this Covid19 pandemic, I hope you all are doing well and safe!! Today we will discuss a PowerShell  script considering the following scenario, Scenario Details:      Let’s say you performed a change/activity in your infrastructure wherein you need to test the server connectivity (Ping), remote desktop port 3389 is listening (RDP) and DNS A record …

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