Tired of waiting for the Event Viewer? Try Get-EventLog

I’m not a programmer and I have never wanted to be one.  I grudgingly began learning PowerShell because it was the way of the future for Windows Systems Administration (Server Core, anyone?)  From the first time I executed the Get-EventLog command, I was hooked on PowerShell.  The Event Viewer in Windows is slow, I mean … Continue reading Tired of waiting for the Event Viewer? Try Get-EventLog

fsutil – a useful tool

While studying for my GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner (GCFE) certification, I came across a paragraph in my study material that is explaining unallocated vs. allocated diskspace and what can be recovered.  The material says: “Windows writes file information in sector-sized chunks.  If the file is 1280 bytes in length and the cluster size is 2048, … Continue reading fsutil – a useful tool

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