Using Powershell to display DNS Cache

In a tip picked up from Angel Luis, I found this Powershell script to be useful. It may come in handy from time to time. His article recommends creating a batch file with the following content. @echo off Powershell -noexit "ipconfig /displaydns | select-string ‘Record Name’ | foreach-object { $_.ToString().Split(‘ ‘)[-1]   } | Sort | Out-Gridview" Jeff Loucks Available Technology

Powershell Short Cuts

Up Arrow Moves backward through the command history, beginning with the last command typed and working back towards the first command typed. For example, if the last command you typed was clear-host (as in our sample command history) then pressing the Up arrow key one time will display clear-host at the command prompt; you can then run this command by pressing ENTER. Pressing the Up arrow key a second time will display the command get-childitem *.dll. Pressing the key a third time displays cd c:\windows, and so on. Down Arrow Moves forward through the command history. Continuing with the Up … Continue reading Powershell Short Cuts

Hyper-V R2 Video – Issac Roybal

  Issac Roybal is the Product Manager for Hyper-V and spent a few minutes discussing some very late breaking features in Hyper-V coming with the Windows Server 2008 R2 RC release including changes to the number of supported cores as well as an extremely cool enhancement to the new Live Migration feature. Jeff LoucksAvailable Technology