Building A Computer Reporting Script With Powershell
One of the most common tasks many system administrators have to do is keep track of all the systems in their environment. With virtual machine (VM) sprawl being a thing now, and with multiple teams bringing up servers left and right, it’s sometimes hard for a sysadmin just to keep track of what’s out there.
If she doesn’t have an accurate gauge of how many systems are online and the kinds of resources they are consuming, she cannot make good decisions. This is why it’s important to come up with a way to stay on top of your environment. One way to do this is with PowerShell. Since PowerShell has built-in capabilities to reach out and gather all kinds of information about each system, it’s the perfect product to build a tool to make this happen in your environment.
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