Do you often create virtual machines in Azure? Have you ever wished you could automate it? Then this article is for you! This PowerShell script will create a new VM in Azure and prompt the user to set the new VM's local administrator credentials. Depending on your processes and environment, you may want to plug in some default credentials or create random credentials for each new VM and save them in a protected location or password manager.
Have you ever needed a list of all of your users and the Security Groups they belong to? Often organizations find themselves with a business need to periodically report the permissions that users have in the environment. This is usually for auditing or information assurance purposes. Whatever your reasons, below this article will cover how to write a PowerShell script that can be used to schedule the generation of a CSV file that contains a list of all users and their group membership.
Ever wanted to rescan storage on all of the ESXi hosts in your vCenter environment at once?This article shows how to write a PowerShell script that will rescan a list of ESXi hosts in your environment for new storage, either VFMS, NTFS, or both.
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