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Port Checking and Implementing Pipeline Support in Functions on MCPMag

I’ve had a couple of other articles come out on MCPMag with one that deals with port checking using PowerShell while the latest one talks about implementing pipeline support in a PowerShell function. Check them out and let me know … Continue reading

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Querying UDP Ports with PowerShell: Part 2

In my previous post on working with UDP ports and PowerShell I showed you how you can set up listeners on both your local and remote systems to send and receive data through those ports.  While this is a great … Continue reading

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Scanning ports on multiple hosts

Recently we had an issue that called into the use of checking to see if some ports were open and listening on our servers.  Naturally, we could have used a tool such as portqry.exe to gather this information. However, you … Continue reading

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