PowerShell script Update-PoshModule

With nowadays rapid development and release cycles it’s a good practice to regularly check whether you have the latest available module versions installed. Using native PowerShell cmdlets you would first list the module installed locally and then search for the latest module online. When you have several modules installed, this becomes a laborious task. So I wrote a cmdlet that does all this work for me and you if you like. The Update-PoshModule cmdlet can Read More …

The GroupPolicy Xtended PowerShell Module

Good day everyone. Today I would like to share with you the Group Policy Xtended PowerShell module that i’ve written recently. Histrocially I used to have various cmdlets stored in individual files and ran them when needed, I also shared them among my peers and with the public via my blog and the Microsoft Script repository. The challenge with this approach is that it’s hard to ensure eveyone has the latest versions of the cmdlets  Read More …

Managing Windows Defender / System Center Endpoint Security with PowerShell

I just read a blog post from Ed Wilson (Scripting Guy) about Use PowerShell to Configure Windows Defender Preferences and wondered if there’s more here. And yes there is. If you have a default insallation of Windows 8 and have defender enabled or work in an enterprise environment and use Configuration Manager with the  System Center Endpoint Security agent deployed on your clients then you the below listed cmdlets available. Windows Defender To get a Read More …