Tag Archives: powershell

SCRIPT: Automatically Change Proxy Settings

Powershell

When you’re in the consulting business, you travel a lot between companies. That what I consider the beautiful part of the job. Downside is that every company has it’s own policy for Internet usage. A lot of companies regulate their internet access through so called proxy servers. When you visit a lot of companies you […]

SCRIPT: Check your WAN IP and get Notified on change

Powershell

One of the first powershell scripts I wanted to share is a script that checks your WAN ip and notifies you by e-mail when it changes. Background: I’ve used to sign up with a dynamic DNS provider but my router stopped updating my ip address to that DynDNS provider. After a while I received an […]

Citrix PVS command-line tools

After exploring and mastering a product through the GUI, It always tickles me to get to the CLI and get myself fimiliar with the true power and scripting possibilities of that product.  The standard tool for Citrix PVS is MCLI.exe and is installed by default when the console is installed. after installing the PVS Console […]