Tag Archives: command-line

Control Panel Command Line Tools

While looking up some modifications to command lines tools, specifically those associated with launching control panel applets, I came across a couple of comprehensive or well written websites.  I bookmarked then as future resources and believe you might find them useful as well. For instructor-led training, see our complete course schedule.  The first is a … Continue reading Control Panel Command Line Tools

Forensic Investigation of Malware – What’s going on Behind the Scenes

This post is an excerpt from a previous webinar – Live Detailed Forensic Investigation of Malware Infection with Mike Danseglio. April 21, 2015. You can watch the replay of this webinar on our website Detailed Forensic Investigation of Malware Infections. In this webinar, Mike Danseglio setup three computers with a fresh installation of Windows 7, each … Continue reading Forensic Investigation of Malware – What’s going on Behind the Scenes

Video: Learning PowerShell for the IT Administrator – Increase efficiency and automation

For IT administrators who are hesitant to learn PowerShell, this post will help take the fear out of getting started. PowerShell is not a scripting language. Yes, it does have a scripting language, but that’s for automation and to make tools, which we’ll discuss later. PowerShell’s primary focus is to be a real-time interactive command … Continue reading Video: Learning PowerShell for the IT Administrator – Increase efficiency and automation

Video: What is PowerShell and how can it make your IT staff more efficient?

I want to introduce a new management tool from Microsoft for your IT department, called PowerShell. PowerShell is a real-time, interactive management tool that lets IT Administrators and System Engineers do bulk administrative tasks and automation events in a highly efficient manner. The early adopters of PowerShell were primarily developers who pushed the scripting language … Continue reading Video: What is PowerShell and how can it make your IT staff more efficient?