How to document ActiveDirectory free and with #powerhsell export to excel and word #ActiveDirectory #documentation @evotecpl

Hi! As I am not writing alot of other stuff other than my goal to PNTP and OSCP right now ( ). But in this case I have to. I was looking for a simple way to document a new customers Active Directory. How shall I do that in a easy way? I had... Continue Reading →

How to get autocompletion working great instead of good in powershell for linux. #powershell #pwsh #pwsh-preview #linux @ubuntu @powershell #autocompletion

My colleague @Schillman told me that you can get better autocompletion in powershell for linux. I thought that was interesting thing to try. Soon Sebastian will see the light in the tunnel and convert to a real operating system like linux and we will get more interesting things from him. This is what you can... Continue Reading →

Configure Office365 as a Service Provider in a federation and use Fortinet as Identity Provider. @Fortinet #fortinet #SAML @Office365 #federation @AzureSupport #cloud #cloudsecurity # #fortinet

Hi, a hole different topic today. On the table is federation. In this case we want a third party solution to handle authenticate to Office365. Then we can control all the login function in our own product. Federation talks a specific language that is called SAML ( Security Assertion Markup Language ).More information regarding SAML... Continue Reading →

Install PowerShell on Ubuntu 20.04 and add support for AzureAD. #powershell @ubuntu #linux @Microsoft @Azure #linux-guy-try-windows

Hi I want t run PowerShell on my Ubuntu machine and also add support for Azure. Because soon I will try to set up some federation in Azure. Below is from Microsoft is in Swedish but It says that Ubuntu 20.04 is not supported. I will be supported in the 7.1 release. The screenshot is... Continue Reading →

Powershell and Vmware PowerCLI, get-vm exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation. How to fix and add proxy in powershell. Add PSGallery as a repo.#vExpert #VMware #powershell #vmwarepowercli

Uninstall PowerCLI from VMware (we add it later from PSGallery) Start Powershell Set tls security to 1.2 [Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol = [Net.SecurityProtocolType]::Tls12 Set http proxy [Environment]::SetEnvironmentVariable("HTTP_PROXY", "", [EnvironmentVariableTarget]::Machine) Set https proxy [Environment]::SetEnvironmentVariable("HTTPS_PROXY", "", [EnvironmentVariableTarget]::Machine) Now that we have internet connection you can try in powershell, just for confirmation. wget Now it is time to register PSgallery... Continue Reading →

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