When running multiple scripts, either at the same time, or sequentially, it’s nice to know which script is running. An easy way to do this, it to set the title of the PowerShell window, when […]
If you want to see what channel your wireless network, or the neighbouring networks, then you can run the below script in either PowerShell or the Command Prompt.
netsh wlan show networks bssid
Why look at the channels that […]
If you operate a list of allowed mac addresses on your DHCP server to prevent unauthorised users/devices from obtaining an IP address, it can be a pain to have to constantly open the DHCP console […]
You can easily use PowerShell to delete files that are older than x minutes/hours/days. This is useful if you have a temporary folder which you would like to regularly clear down. Please see the below […]