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Microsoft highlights new Edge features in Windows 10

Microsoft is gearing up and I am super excited. I hope some of this video will get you just as excited

Query SQL for Version, Edition and Number of CPU’s

The following will give you information about an Microsoft SQL Server instance which you may find helpful in determining the version, edition and number of cpu’s assigned to a SQL server.

In my case I am using Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Express but this will work on all  versions of Microsoft SQL Server

 

Spartan Falls to the Sword of Microsoft Edge

Agreed my post title is a bit dramatic; I am still rolling with it.

Announced in Build 2015, Microsoft Edge will be the successor to the Project known as Spartan

Microsoft Edge was made specifically for Windows 10. It will have features such as built in note taking and sharing and will also have Microsoft’s Cortana digital assistant built in.

As always the new is on its way fast via Build 2015

Renaming SharePoint 2013 Server

I spent sometime today renaming SharePoint 2013 Servers for a project I was pulled in on. It involved using PowerShell cmdlets and other administrative tasks.

The project required me to “Clone” SharePoint farm servers to make template environments for demonstration and development task.

I originally followed steps provided here: Renaming SharePoint then later streamlined the process so its something I found useful. Here are my notes saved in PowerShell format so it could be run step by step using PowerShell ISE:

 

Best,

Jermal

Tech Short: PowerShell to list users in AD security group

You want to get a list of users who exist as members of a AD (Active Directory) security group. Here are some quick steps on accomplishing this task.

Lets begin:

  1. Open PowerShell or PowerShell ISE
  2. Type Import-Module ActiveDirectory
  3. Followed by Get-ADGroupMember -identity “Group Name” | select name | Out-GridView

And there you go, fast and simple to do.