PowerShell is a task automation and configuration management framework from Microsoft, consisting of a command-line shell and associated scripting language.
Sometimes you might need to load multiple static DNS records into your DNS server, especially when you have to add multiple new servers into your environment. You can do it manually, but it can take a long time and it would be very boring repetitive task, not to mention key-in errors. With PowerShell the
1. Check if ActiveDirecory module is installed on Windows 10 First we need to check if ActiveDirectory module is already installed on a computer or not by running Get-Module PS command. From the output we can see that is not listed. 2. Install (RSAT) Remote Server Administration Tools on Windows 10
By default Powershell execution policy is set to restricted, which prevents execution PowerShell scripts and protects from running malicious scripts. 1) Check Current PowerShell Execution Policy You can verity your execution policy by running the following command You can also list all Powershell execution policies by running the following command: [crayon-610988f960135503242095/] [crayon-610988f96013e392231932/] 2) Set PowerShell