Scripts

Scripts that I have posted to various sites

8 Responses to Scripts

  1. Greg says:

    Hi Boa,
    I am using your Get-Certificate.ps1 script to list certificates on windows servers.

    .EXAMPLE
    Get-Certificate -Computername ‘boe-pc’ -StoreName My -StoreLocation LocalMachine

        Thumbprint                                 Subject                              
        ----------                                 -------                              
        F29B6CB248E3395B2EB45FCA6EA15005F64F2B4E   CN=SomeCert                          
        B93BA840652FB8273CCB1ABD804B2A035AA39877   CN=YetAnotherCert                    
        B1FF5E183E5C4F03559E80B49C2546BBB14CCB18   CN=BOE                               
        65F5A012F0FE3DF8AC6B5D6E07817F05D2DF5104   CN=SomeOtherCert                     
        63BD74490E182A341405B033DFE6768E00ECF21B   CN=www.example.com
    

    Is there any way to list the field in the certificate called signature hash algorithm? I need to find out the certificate is a SHA1 or above.

  2. dnwhittaker says:

    Hi Boe,

    I ran across your scripts while doing some research for WSUS. I’m inheriting a system that is already configured, and I’m trying to tell what updates were assigned to the various computer groups. I had a question, “Is there a way to tell what update is assigned to a Computer group?” It doesn’t matter if it’s using the WSUS client, or a PowerShell script. Thanks in advance.

  3. Steve says:

    Hello

    Do you have any way that PowerShell (as admin) can read \.\physicaldrive0
    Get-Content and System.IO.File wont accept that
    Probabl;y need to p/invoke the win32 api ReadFile

    Thanks

  4. Boe – Great powershell scripts! I was wondering if your script for auto discovery and agent push for SCOM (SCOMAgentAudit.ps1) runs on SCOM 2012 R@. Been running into some errors, not sure if user or compatability. Thanks!

    • Boe Prox says:

      Let me know what those errors are. I can’t promise that I will have a fix for it because I do not have access SCOM 2012 R2, but can at least see what I can do.

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