Users with Password Change since Midnight

This script converts 12:00AM for the current day to the NT Epoch version and then pulls a list of users who have set their password since midnight. $startOfNTTime = Get-Date 1/1/1601; $currentTime = Get-Date; #UTC Offset $offSet = 4; $midNightTimeStamp = ($currentTime.Date.AddHours($offSet) – $startOfNTTime).ticks; (Get-ADUser -Filter { pwdLastSet -ge $midNightTimeStamp } -properties pwdLastSet).SamAccountName; Advertisements

PowerShell MIM 2016 Run Profile

This is a quick PowerShell script to run a specific profile on a MIM 2016 agent.  To note this assumes you have MIM 2016 Sync Services installed, and you are running this from that server.  This will ideally help you setup a scheduled task for running profiles. ##Get the Agents currently setup on the local […]

Perl Time Stamp Compare

Work in Progress… The script below is a work in progress for another project.  I figured I would go ahead and post it in the event that some part of it is helpful to someone.  The perl script below takes a custom date/time and converts it to epoch, and then it is subtracted from the […]

Get file/registry version number as a version object

Sometimes, version numbers of applications can’t be compared directly because they are interpreted as strings (where 10 comes after 1 but before 2). A really simple way to work around this is to typecast the version number with [version]. $installVersion = [version]”58.0.3029.81″; $fileVersion = [version](Get-Item -Path $chromeExe).VersionInfo.ProductVersion; if ($fileVersion -lt $installVersion) { #Upgrade } $registryVersion […]

PowerShell HTTP Server Service Monitor

Below is a PowerShell script to setup an HTTP server, and display the current status of a service.  If the service changes to stopped or running, the hosted webpage will update the status.  Make sure to set your IP address in the $prefixAddr value, your service name in the $serviceName value, and set $timer to […]

PowerShell Get IP Address on Mac

PowerShell on a Mac!  Below is a quick throw together on how to use PowerShell on a Mac to pull the local IPv4 IP address.  Enjoy. $interfaces = [System.Net.NetworkInformation.NetworkInterface]::GetAllNetworkInterfaces(); foreach ($interface in $interfaces) { $ip = $interface.Addresses.IPAddressToString; $intStatus = $interface.OperationalStatus; $intType = $interface.NetworkInterfaceType; if ($intStatus -eq “up” -and $intType -eq “Ethernet”) { write-output $ip[1]; } }

PowerShell Speech Recognition

So I got bored this weekend and started looking into “System.Speech”.  First it started with making my computer talk and then I realized I could talk to my computer by utilizing “System.Speech.Recognition.SpeechRecognitionEngine”.  Below are the results of my boredom, and with this script you can give your computer verbal commands.  Enjoy. [void][System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName(“System.Speech”); ##Setup the speaker, […]