How to audit SharePoint using powershell

Sometimes you need to know what information you have got in your SharePoint solution. I have been asked this numerous times since GDPR was introduced. Get-SPWeb http://your-sharepoint-site | Select -ExpandProperty Lists | Where { $_.GetType().Name -eq “SPDocumentLibrary” -and -not $_.Hidden } | Select -ExpandProperty Items | Group {$_.ParentList.ParentWeb.Url + “/”...

How to automate visio diagrams from vcenter data

I had to share this awesome script I found on Github. All credit goes to: Direct Link – It took about 20 minutes to audit and diagram 3 ESXi hosts with about 90 VMs. This was completed on an i5 Lenovo laptop with 8GB RAM Pictures

Restarting Websphere (WAS) infrastructure services after a reboot

To restart the Websphere (WAS) infrastructure services after a reboot, the following credentials are necessary for the four stages : WAS CONSOLE PATH: https://Websphereservername:9043/ibm/console/logon.jsp -username wasadmin -password your_password Red Hat Linux -username root -password your_password 1. Start the deployment manager Ssh into the server using the Red Hat credentials above...

How to Install RSA authentication in Linux

RSA Authentication – LINUX Service has been installed and tested on RedHat 6.9 (Santiago), RedHat 7.3 (Maipo) and CentOS 7.4. This service allows for two-factor authentication using an RSA passcode and user password. Installation Pre-requisites: An account, typically a domain user, will need to be available for access, in the...

How to do a Bare Metal Restore (BMR) on Arcserve backup and restore

This procedure is a step-by-step guide to create a Windows or Linux server (bare metal recovery) from an Arcserve backup. The assumption is being made that the backup is available on the Arcserve backup server or the tape media has already been loaded. Arcserve presents the backups as shared resources...

How to install Glances server monitoring tool on CentOS

Installing Glances Glance is a great tool for monitoring a server. Its full name is “Glances – an eye on your system” It gives detailed information about CPU, MEM, DISK and server performance. Click here for Glances github site – Here is a quick guide to install glances First...

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