Good day and a Merry Christmas to everyone!
Lately there have been a good few holidays so not enough time to keep the flow of content high. I have a bigger script regarding automating Veeam Restores, and the testing of it, in the pipeline so better get ready for that one in 2020.
Today there will only be a very quick and basic one. How can we use CMD to remotely/GPO-wise turn off “Fast Start-up”?
Good day and welcome to the first of hopefully many blog posts whereby I mention some of the issues I run into while trying to gather experience regarding the world of IT and share solutions or workarounds I find as I go.
One of the earlier things I ran against (Mostly while performing remote background tasks) is changing current user registry's. The problem is that either the specific user/customer accounts on the servers/workstations don't have enough rights to change a registry or that remote software uses an administrator or SYSTEM account on which it has no use to change the current user registry.
Therefor this Powershell script ended up saving me a few times. This can be used from either an Administrator account on the device itself or remotely using any RMM/MSP software.
Patrick Berger AKA Powershellder.
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