Category Archives: powershell

Addning vmware vm to AD with Invoke-VMscript

Adding a new Vmware VM to Active Directory without using Customization Specifications proved to be a challenge. Since the VM was newly created from a template with firewall enabled I was forced to use Invoke-VMscript to get into to the … Continue reading

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DiskSpd new disk I/O performance tool

Late september Microsoft released a new tool for disk performance testing.┬áIt has been mentioned more then once at SQL Pass Summit. Have a look here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/DiskSpd-a-robust-storage-6cd2f223 It’s said to be better than SQLIO and at first looks it seems very … Continue reading

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SQL Pass Summit 2014 – First day

Finally settled in Seattle for SQL Pass Summit 2014. Had a pleasant trip with IcelandAir from Stockholm in just above 12 hours. Feels lucky since a friend spent 22 hours. Registration went smooth with a nice swag in form of … Continue reading

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