PowerTip: Use PowerShell to See Who Can Access Folder

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to see who has access to a folder.  How can I use Windows PowerShell to see who has access rights to a folder?  Use the Get-Acl cmdlet, specify the folder, and look at the access property, for example: (Get-Acl c:\fso).Access  


Weekend Scripter: Manage NTFS Inheritance and Use Privileges

Summary: Microsoft PFE, Raimund Andree, talks about using Windows PowerShell to disable inheritance on folders. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today Raimund Andree, talks about using Windows PowerShell to disable inheritance on folders. Take it away, Raimund… In my previous post, Use PowerShell to Get, Add, and Remove NTFS Permissions, I talked about…


Weekend Scripter: Use PowerShell to Get, Add, and Remove NTFS Permissions

Summary: Microsoft PFE, Raimund Andree, talks about using Windows PowerShell to get, add, and remove permissions. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we have Microsoft Premier Field Engineer, Raimund Andree, back to talk about using Windows PowerShell to work with permissions… Managing file and folder permissions in Windows PowerShell is not that easy,…


Weekend Scripter: Add Security Groups to Print Servers by Using PowerShell

Summary: Guest blogger, Alan Morris, talks about using Windows PowerShell to add security groups to print servers. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we have a guest blog from Alan Morris. Here is a little about Alan: Alan Morris has been involved with testing the Windows print system since Windows 2000. Active on…


Weekend Scripter: Use PowerShell to Investigate File Signatures—Part 2

Summary: Windows PowerShell MVP, Boe Prox, concludes this two-part series about investigating file signatures with Windows PowerShell and the .NET Framework. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Welcome back guest blogger, Boe Prox, for the conclusion of the two-part series he started yesterday. Also read Use PowerShell to Investigate File Signatures—Part 1. Today I am…


Weekend Scripter: Use PowerShell to Investigate File Signatures—Part 1

Summary: Windows PowerShell MVP, Boe Prox, talks about investigating file signatures by using Windows PowerShell. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. This weekend we have a two-part series from guest blogger, Boe Prox… When you work with File Server Resource Manager (FSRM), one of the cool things that you can do is block files,…


Security Series: Using PowerShell to Enable BYOD—Part 3

Summary: Guest blogger and security expert, Yuri Diogenes, completes his series about enabling BYOD. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today’s guest blogger is Yuri Diogenes, who continues his security series about enabling BYOD. Yuri is a senior knowledge engineer, and he is a coauthor of the book Windows Server 2012 Security from End to Edge…


Security Series: Using PowerShell to Enable BYOD–Part 2

Summary: Guest blogger and security expert, Yuri Diogenes, continues his series about enabling BYOD. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today’s guest blogger is Yuri Diogenes, who continues his security series about enabling BYOD. Yuri is a senior knowledge engineer, and he is a coauthor of the book Windows Server 2012 Security from End to…


Security Series: Using PowerShell to Enable BYOD–Part 1

Summary: Guest blogger and security expert, Yuri Diogenes, talks about using Windows PowerShell to enable BYOD. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today’s guest blogger is Yuri Diogenes, who is bringing us the beginning of a new security series. Yuri is a senior knowledge engineer, and he is a coauthor of the book Windows…


Leveraging PowerShell to Help Minimize Risk While Performing Administrative Tasks

Summary: Guest blogger, Marc Carter, talks about learning to use Windows PowerShell and reducing security risks. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we have back with us guest blogger, Marc Carter. Take it away Marc… Despite it becoming more and more of a necessity, I’m always surprised whenever I hear about colleagues who…