Tag: PowerShell

Simple scheduled log file clean up with PowerShell 1.0

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Servers accumulate gigabytes of log files over time. Anyone who has managed Microsoft’s IIS Service will know it collects data until your hard disk is full. You can set a log rollover based on interval or file size but IIS…

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Find all files modified after specified date

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PowerShell is a powerful scripting tool included in Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2 and all other subsequent Windows operating systems. Why? You can’t do everything from the GUI. For example, the Exchange GUI is designed to be used…

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Windows Path Length Limitation (260 characters)

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Windows defines the maximum length for a path at 260 characters. You can mount a folder as a drive, or use symbolic links, to create a shorter path length, although I prefer to identify all offending file names…

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