Working with Windows Registry and PowerShell

Most people that does system administration in a Windows environment have had to work with the Windows Registry. This registry serves as a database of settings, used with everything from applications to drivers. The usual way of working with the Windows Registry is through regedit or Group Policy Objects but…

PowerShell tricks: Splatting

The short story about splatting is that you can use it to pass parameters to cmdlets, instead of the traditional syntax. On most cases, the usual way of working with cmdlets is fine but when you start to get a really complicated line it can get pretty annoying to keep…