Windows BCDEDIT Command Tutorial

Windows BCDEDIT Command Tutorial

Windows operating systems store the boot-related data and configuration in the Boot Configuration Data or BCD . The provided data and configuration replace the Boot.ini configuration file. The BCDEdit command line tool is used to manage the Boot Configuration Data easily via a command-line interface with different parameters. The BCDEdit can be used to create … Read more

Windows PowerShell Execution Policy Tutorial

Windows PowerShell Execution Policy Tutorial

Windows PowerShell provides a very advanced scripting environment that is used heavily by system administrators. PowerShell can be used for most administrative tasks by using different commands, scripts, etc. The scripts can be downloaded via official Windows repositories, the internet, etc. So the scripts can be dangerous and be a security hole for the systems … Read more

Copy File To Remote Computer In PowerShell

Copy File To Remote Computer In PowerShell

PowerShell provides the Copy-Item file that is used to copy files. It can be also used to copy files to the remote computers too. But a session to the remote computer should be accomplished and provided to the Copy-Item command. In this tutorial, we examine how to copy single or multiple files to a remote … Read more

Copy File In PowerShell

Copy File In PowerShell

PowerShell provides the Copy-Item in order to copy single or multiple files. The source or destination file can be local to the remote computer. Also, the copied files can be excluded or filtered according to different patterns like file name, file extension, etc. Copy A File We start with a simple copy file example. We … Read more

How To Scan Disk In Windows?

How To Scan Disk In Windows?

Hard disk is an important part of the computers where all files are stored inside them. The hard disk is used and managed by operating systems file systems and over time the disk may become slow as single file data is stored in different locations of the disk as multipart. Windows operating systems provide the … Read more

PowerShell Invoke-Command Tutorial

PowerShell Invoke-Command Tutorial

Windows PowerShell provides the Invoke-Command tutorial in order to run commands locally or the remote systems. The Invoke-Command is used with the PSSession where the New-PSSession is used to create PSSession for the remote system. Run Command Locally The Invoke-Command can be used to call and execute a command or script in the local system. … Read more

PowerShell Copy-Item Tutorial

PowerShell Copy-Item Tutorial

Windows PowerShell provides the Copy-Item command or cmdlet in order to copy different types of items. Generally, the Copy-Item is used to copy files and folders easily. The Copy-Item can be also used to rename files by copying them. The -Destination option is used to specify the destination path or name for the copied file. … Read more

Get Serial Number via CMD (Command Line Interface) In Windows

Get Serial Number via CMD (Command Line Interface) In Windows

Serial Numbers are used to identify the computers, hardware, or similar devices uniquely. Every computer has a unique serial number which is used to identify computers. Serial numbers can be learned in different ways like reading the label under the computer or looking at the BIOS serial number screen. There is also an alternative way … Read more

Windows “rmdir” Recursively

Windows "rmdir" Recursively

Windows operating systems provide the rmdir command in order to delete directories or folders. By default, the rmdir command deletes empty directories or folders. The rmdir command can also delete files and directories recursively. In this tutorial, we examine different ways to delete or remove directories recursively. rmdir Recusrively The rmdir command has the /s … Read more

How To Run PowerShell As Administrator?

How To Run PowerShell As Administrator?

PowerShell is the latest command-line interface for the Windows operating systems. PowerShell is the successor to the MS-DOS which provides the ability to run different commands as regular users or administrators. The PowerShell is opened by default with the current user permissions. If the current user is a regular user the PowerShell is opened with … Read more