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Testing Environment Information: Windows 10 Enterprise: Version 1909 (OS Build 18396.535) (Type winver or systeminfo at a Command Prompt) PowerShell Version: 5.1.18362.145 (Type “HOST” at a PowerShell Prompt) Testing Date: 12/25/2019 Background: Unfortunately, when using the following PowerShell command, it erases all other entries in your PATH Environment Variable. Most forums I’ve seen are telling […]

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25, the awesome service that lets you access your home computers from anywhere, recently announced that it’s getting rid of its free accounts. The most basic account now costs $25 per year. Fortunately, we can use PowerShell to keep our DNS names updated with the latest public IP Address from our Internet Service Provider for […]

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I was trying to run “New-SPSite” to create a Site Collection in SharePoint. I accidentally typed in the wrong username as the owner so I received an error. Upon investigation there is not a quick and simple way to see if a user exists outside of SharePoint before its added. Most recommended solutions require you […]

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