Powershell Archive

24 Jan 2017

Create VM image and size availability matrix from Azure

In my previous post, I described how to retrieve a list of available VM sizes and images from Azure using PowerShell. I’ve written two scripts which do exactly that. The scripts allow you to create an availability
10 Jan 2017

Getting started with Powershell for Azure

As for every Microsoft product, every task in Microsoft Azure can be scripted using PowerShell. This article will help you get started with the Azure CmdLets. Checking and downloading the PowerShell Tools To start off, you’ll need
25 Mar 2013

Configuring Windows Server 2012 Core: PowerShell

As mentioned in my previous post about configuring Windows Server 2012 Core, you have multiple options. One is sconfig, but the preferred method is using PowerShell. PowerShell is a really powerful scripting language and Microsoft is pushing
5 Jul 2012

ICA connections using PowerShell – Part 4

It has been a while since I last posted something here. And in my previous post in the ICA-PowerShell series, I mentioned doing another post about simulating keyboard and mouse. To sum up, part 1 was about
22 May 2012

Default OU for your SCVMM 2012 Guest OS Profile

In System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012, you have the option to modify your Guest OS settings when deploying a new virtual machine. The settings you can modify are things like the product key, local administrator password,
9 May 2012

ICA connections using Powershell – Part 3

In part 1 of this series, I talked about the basics. Part 2 was about the overall session appearance. This part will be about using the events which are available in the ICO SDK. The ICO SDK
1 May 2012

ICA connections using Powershell – Part 2

In part 1, I talked about the basics of using the ICA Client Object SDK (ICO SDK). In this second part, I’ll talk about modifying the appearance of your ICA connection using the ICO SDK. This includes:
25 Apr 2012

ICA connections using Powershell – Part 1

Since version 10.x of the ICA Client, Citrix has shipped the ICA Client Object (ICO) SDK with the installation. This allows developers to control the ICA Client. Writing managed code using ICO is a breeze (my ICAConnect