LogFileParser with PowerShell
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by David das Neves
2y ago
Hi all, I am writing you from the PSConfAsia, where I had a session regarding PowerShell Classes with my LogFileParser. Take a look here, where I posted it officially: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/daviddasneves/2017/10/27/logfileparser-with-powershell/ All the best, David das Neves Premier Field Engineer, EMEA, Germany ..read more
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Demystifying Windows as a Service – wake up! please.
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by David das Neves
2y ago
Hi there,   take a look at my latest blog article about WaaS and clearing it up – hopefully: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/daviddasneves/2017/06/18/demystifying-windows-as-a-service-wake-up-please/   #David ..read more
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Powershell Security at Enterprise Customers
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by David das Neves
2y ago
TL;DR; (“too long; didn’t read”) There are some people who don´t have the time to read the whole text – if you are familiar with the topic the text in bold includes the most important points and is just for you. The most important points to enforce Powershell Security is to use the newest Versions (OS and Powershell), use whitelisting and enforcing the usage of the ConstrainedLanguageMode and establish a good rights structure with frequent centralized logging and validate all the new features coming with the new Windows 10 Versions. And now in more detail:   Hi together, I work as Premier ..read more
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Storing Credentials securely
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by David das Neves
2y ago
Hi together, I have been asked many times how to store and use securely credentials / passwords in scripts. The simplest thing is just to create a credential on a computer and export it via Export-Clixml where you make use of the SecureString and the native Windows Data Protection API (DAPI), which is secure. (take a look here) But the downside is that you can decrypt the securestring only at the computer and with the user who encrypted it. Therefore I want to show you this simple but neat way to achieve this task on all computers. For this we simply make use of certificates to encrypt and dec ..read more
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PSConfEU 2017 – materials
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by David das Neves
2y ago
Hi there ! And again – a fantastic Powershell Conference managed by Tobias Weltner is now over! The session materials can be found here: https://github.com/psconfeu/2017 The video material can be found here: powershell.video Additionally to this I will create also some blog posts to my sessions. In one of these I will explain Powershell Security in depth! Stay tuned! David ..read more
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Awarded! Top 50 Powershell Blog
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by David das Neves
2y ago
This was kinda surprising! Thanks goes to Anuj ..read more
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Powershell on GitHub – collaborate! http
Power in the shell | Davids Blog
by David das Neves
2y ago
Powershell on GitHub – collaborate! https://github.com/powershell ..read more
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2017 New Years #PowerShell #DevOps Study
Power in the shell | Davids Blog
by David das Neves
2y ago
2017 New Years #PowerShell #DevOps Study List http://ow.ly/uLjF307qoO8 Release Pipeline Model. http://ow.ly/i/qg0IQ ..read more
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#PSConfEU There it is! I have been selec
Power in the shell | Davids Blog
by David das Neves
2y ago
#PSConfEU There it is! I have been selected as a Speaker for this great event! What a great pleasure! see you guys there! PSConfEU http://ow.ly/i/pF937 ..read more
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How important is scripting? Why Powershell?
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by David das Neves
2y ago
Here we are – speaking about a topic, which all companies should have discussed and implemented years ago, but most of them didn´t. I will show you with some examples, why you should change your mind and even if you´re on the right train – there are still ways to improve. Why scripting Most of the companies think of scripting and automation as of cryptic hieroglyphics, which only the software developer gurus can handle. This is just a self protecting lie to be not forced to learn something new. Scripting (totally equally, which language you are using) is built up logically, whi ..read more
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