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Adam Bertram

Adam Bertram
Adam is a system administrator and Pluralsight author passionate about automating and making processes more efficient, specializing in Powershell. Adam has been in the enterprise IT space since 1998 mostly employed as a Microsoft system administrator. However Adam has also had experience ranging from network engineer, IT security, VoIP engineer and web developer. You can follow Adam via twitter (@adbertram) or his blog www.adamtheautomator.com.
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18
Mar

How to Migrate Scheduled Tasks from One Server to Another

With the end of life approaching for Windows Server 2003, a lot of admins are moving services from legacy 2003 servers to Windows Server 2012 R2.  A common task when performing...
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04
Mar

Setting Up Your First PowerShell DSC Pull Server

Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) is a technology introduced in Windows PowerShell v4.0.  DSC sets out to save the IT professional time by essentially building...
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17
Dec

How to Build a SCCM OSD Progress Report to Wow Your Boss - Part 3

If you haven’t read part 1 and part 2 of this article series yet I recommend you do. Reading part 1 & 2 are essential for this next part because I go over the first few steps in...
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17
Dec

How to Build a SCCM OSD Progress Report to Wow Your Boss - Part 2

If you haven’t read part 1 of this article series yet I recommend you do. Once you’ve properly extended the SCCM hardware inventory you should now focus your attention on the...
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17
Dec

How to Build a SCCM OSD Progress Report to Wow Your Boss - Part 1

Microsoft SCCM (and MDT) are great tools that provide a robust system to lay down OS images onto many clients. Once setup, SCCM admins and technicians can easily image computers...
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03
Dec

How Can I Share My Knowledge With an IT Community?

”Doing nothing gets you nothing.” -Sean Reichle If you're still reading by the third article in this series you have now drank the Koolaid.  You're all set on sharing your years...
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03
Dec

I Started Contributing to an IT Community and You Can Too

"Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success."-Henry Ford An IT admin can encounter an automation opportunity, do some Googling...
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03
Dec

I Don't Have Time To Give Back to My IT Community!

This article is second in a set of articles about participating in an IT community.  If you haven't done so already, I highly recommend you read the first article titled [The...
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04
Nov

Automating the Pruning of Stale Active Directory Users and Computers

One of my current job responsibilities is managing Microsoft's Active Directory (AD). AD is an enormously useful product and fulfills many different roles. AD also comes in many...
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24
Sep

Powershell: Upping your Parameter Validation Game with Dynamic Parameters Part II

Now that you've got an understanding of Powershell's advanced functions and the ValidateSet() parameter validation method in the first part of my blog, “Validating Powershell...
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