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Powershell is a great way to automate your daily tasks.As IT Pro has  a lot of tasks that must complete daily and more tasks to schedule it for next day , next month or repeat a tasks every month.

The necessary of automation it's important for every IT Pro. Sometimes the difficult is to find the time and the concentration that need to create a Powershell Script , do the necessary tests to automate one of your tasks.

After several weeks i would like to publish a new Powershell script that create to automate one of my task.

Migrating Exchange mailboxes between databases is not your every-day task, and administrators can therefore find themselves spending an inordinate amount of time troubleshooting or re-distributing mailboxes across the databases. In this article, we will show you how to move mailboxes from one database to another in Exchange 2013 using the Exchange PowerShell. Following these steps should hopefully allow you to spend less time and make fewer mistakes when it comes to doing this task yourself.

Step 1 - Get the Mailbox Names

Another one version of our Tool. The new Version include and Reports for Users. 

It's very easy and you don't need to be expert to use the Tool.

Below i will explain how can use the new feature.

When you will open the Tool you will see a new Tab Users. Click on it and select one of the 3 options to Export Reports. If you don't select any OU then the Report will be include all the Forest.

Today i would like to publish some useful powershell commands that can use it at daily tasks and get quick your info that need.

Some of these commands already have publish in previous articles but it's better to have it central in one place instead to search articles to find what you want.

The specific Article i will keep it up to date and add commands as often it's possible. 

I want to create a central base that everyone can find quick and easy commands that need the specific time. 

After feedbacks from users for the specific tool i decide to update with new version that include new featires.So I would like to announce the new version of Powershell Tool - Export Reports from Active Directory. This version include the option to select from specific Organization Unit to export Reports. 

It's very easy and you don't need to be expert to use the Tool.

Below i will explain how can use the new feature.

When you will open the Tool you can see the option which say Select Organization Unit.

As i mention lot of times in the past Powershell is an amazing tool that can do lot of things. As IT with so many tasks , so many Servers to support, HelpDesk , Security and much much more to do you can automate lot of tasks with Powershell. 

Today i don't have to publish a new Article with How To that usually do in Askme4tech.

I would like to announce the 1st tool from Askme4Tech with Power GUI which include most of the Powershell commands that i have Publish in the past related to Reports of Active Directory. 

Powershell today is one of the most powerfull tool for IT Pro,System Admins for lot of tasks. One of tasks that has help me a lot is a quick reports that can export from my enviroment in CSV Files and use it to easy found what i want ot give it to my Manager for any kind of Review.

Today i will focus in Export any info from Active Directory like Computers , Users, Contacts and any attributes of them like Name, Operating System , emailaddresses and save it in Csv for further use.

So let's start

CIM Instead of WMI to discover monitor info

Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8.1 brings new set of Cmdlets to manage any Server or device that complies with CIM. Before months i wrote an article Use WMI with Powershell to Discover Monitor Information but new CmdLets like CIM is more powerfull and can use it instead of WMI. Also after publish the article related to WMI lot of users complaint that can get this info with better way which is the CIM.

Powershell is a great tool for system administrators. So today i will describe how can use powershell to connect remotely in one or multiple pc's without being leverage againgst multiple systems. Imagine that you need to conenct in 20 pc's at least and do a small change , monitoring processes or restart a specific service. With powershell you can do it without need to connect in every system.

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