Tired of having users ask you to map network drives because the password and username are not persistent? Try this command in Powershell or Command Prompt: net use Z: \\Hostname\ShareFolder /savecred /p:yes Put in the appropriate credentials and that’s it! The username and password will remain persistent even after reboots.
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Here is a cool Powershell command that will find a removable drive, quick format the drive, then name the drive. This command is special because it searches for the drive name versus the drive letter. Sometimes drive letters change; this command will ensure that you are always deleting the correct drives data. Powershell Command: Get-Volume |
Converting to Server 2012 Core from GUI is very easy. Microsoft said that 90% of their Windows Updates are GUI patches. Which is why they came out with Server 2008 Core. The only problem was that if administrators got stuck and could not find out how to accomplish a task via Command Prompt or PowerShell