How to Use PowerShell to Restart a Crashed or Closed App/Process? Core

Learn how to use PowerShell to check if a given application or process is running, as well as how to automatically resume it in the event of a crash, a user closing it by accident, or it consuming a lot of memory (memory leak). If (!(Get-Process -Name notepad -ErrorActionSilentlyContinue)) {Invoke-Item C:\Windows\notepad.exe } If a process... Continue Reading Continue Reading

How do you utilize Windows Defender Antivirus on Windows Server 2019 and 2016? Core

Windows Defender Antivirus is a free built-in antivirus programme from Microsoft that comes preinstalled on Windows Server 2016 and 2019. (Since Windows 10 2004 the name Microsoft Defender is used). We’ll look at the features of Windows Defender on Windows Server 2019/2016 in this article. Enable Windows Defender GUI on Windows Server The Windows Defender... Continue Reading Continue Reading

How to use GPO to enable Windows Lock Screen after inactivity? Core

In this post, we’ll show you how to use Group Policy to setup automatic screen (session) lock on domain workstations and servers. An important aspect of information security is locking the computer screen when the user is inactive (idle). When the user needs to leave the office for a short time, he may forget to... Continue Reading Continue Reading

How to use WMI and PowerShell to check drive free space on Windows? Core

Access-based Enumeration (ABE) hide the objects (files and folders) from users who don’t have NTFS permissions on a network shared folder. Access-based Enumeration (ABE) checks access permissions on file system objects before the user receives a list of the folder contents. All inaccessible resources are simply not displayed. And for a user from another department, e.... Continue Reading Continue Reading


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