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Powershell Add multiple bulk DNS records from csv file

This script is very handy when creating multiple bulk  DNS records in the Microsoft DNS server. It is very plain instructions how to use. At the core of this script Add-DnsServerResourceRecordA is the PowerShell cmdlet which is doing the task of creating DNS records.

To use this script create…

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Azure add create a Subnet to existing Virtual Network using PowerShell

This is second part of the earlier written article Create a Azure Virtual Network with Subnet using PowerShell. Here in this blog I will create subnet in already created Azure vNET (Virtual Network). I have defined Azure vNET and subnets in Powershell variables. I am creating a Azure vNET without a…

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Install an SSL-TLS Certificate In Microsoft IIS web server

After Install and Configure IIS Web Server on Windows Server I wanted to add SSL/TLS certificate on web site on IIS web server, These are the step by step procedure to add certificate, Open Server Manager on windows server, from Tools click Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager

Microsoft windows server IIS web server Internet information services manager tools server manager add ssl tls certificate edit binding

I…

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Powershell Write-Eventlog The source name test does not exist on computer localhost

I was writing one GUI program on Microsoft Powershell, One of the requirement was logs (Information, Warnings and Errors) must be written under Event Log - Event Viewer, So troubleshooting or information viewing for program operations is easy and everything is logged properly. To fulfill the task th…

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Configuring Secure LDAPs on Domain Controller

After installing and configuring Certification Authority (CA) server, Next step is use it to generate SSL certificate for LDAPS configuration on Domain Controller.

The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is used to read from and write to Active Directory. By default, LDAP traffic is t…

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