Author Archives: Dane

About Dane

Currently working on scripting and IT automation. My skill set includes IDM, Active Directory and Exchange Administration, powershell scripting and more...

Using the REST API in Manage Engine ServiceDesk Plus with PowerShell

It has been a while since my last post.  I have changed jobs and started focusing more on scripting and automation so I thought I would finally write a new post.  PowerShell is a very powerful scripting language and I … Continue reading

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Send Mail with inline embedded images with powershell

Its been a while but here is a quick tip for embedding inline images in SMTP emails with powershell.  Outlook will see these the attachments and embed them inline with the message. create your message: Add your contact and subject … Continue reading

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Distributing .apk files for android 2.3.x with IIS 7+

A project recently came across my desk to set up a web server for android application file distribution. Setting up an IIS web server to distribute files is generally simple and straight forward. Though I recently discovered that with android … Continue reading

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Filtering a list of usernames based on OU or Container

Recently I was given a list of usernames and asked to find all the user who were in a specific OU in Active Directory.  This sounds complicated but is actually quite easy to do with powershell in 3 easy steps: … Continue reading

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Security Group Monitoring

A question I have seen come up is how do I monitor access to important security groups such as Domain Admin.  You always want to minimize access to this group but sometimes someone may give this access without you knowing … Continue reading

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My new blog!

So I decided to start a new tech blog I’ll update when I can with tips and tricks from the IT world!

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