Scripts

PS Clear Cisco IOS

Tue, 08/03/2021 - 10:50
PS Clear Cisco IOS is a script that automatically clears port security for Cisco IOS. hhhax7 explains, "we use port security on our switches and I used this script to check for devices in err disabled mode, and if they were tripped, reset the ports and clear port security automatically... I can make it check for anything I want to just by changing a couple lines. I have also used it to shut down
PS Clear Cisco IOS

IT Pro Tuesday #161

Tue, 08/03/2021 - 10:38
Get this in your inbox each week. Welcome back to IT Pro Tuesday! First off, we’re asking you to share your expertise by replying with some of your own favorite resources and free tools, so we can pass them along to thousands of other IT Pros in the coming weeks. And as always, we’re updating the full, searchable list on our website here. Enjoy. But on with this week's tools...! Here are the most

IT Pro Tuesday #160

Mon, 07/26/2021 - 15:01
Get this in your inbox each week. Welcome back to IT Pro Tuesday! Did you know that Microsoft 365 allows ransomware threats, phishing messages and spam to enter your users’ mailboxes? Although Microsoft provides email threat protection on M365, it only offers a basic level of security that is not enough. To prevent your users from introducing ransomware and other threats, you still need an

IT Pro Tuesday #151

Mon, 05/24/2021 - 13:09
Get this in your inbox each week. Welcome back to IT Pro Tuesday! To start off this week, we’re looking into how companies running Microsoft 365 are dealing with email security. We’re hoping to shed some light on how people are protecting their organizations from the daily threats we’re all subjected to. If you'd like to help us understand it better, why not take part in our survey for MSPs and IT

Meraki-CLI

Mon, 02/15/2021 - 14:42
Meraki-CLI is a wrapper around the official Meraki Dashboard API Python SDK that makes all 400+ commands available to the user as a standard command-line tool, including -h help options, commands, switches and arguments. Supports classic Linux-style pipelining, so you can pipe the output of one instance of the program to another. Kindly shared by its author, packetsar, who recommends it for "any
Meraki-CLI

IT Pro Tuesday #137

Mon, 02/15/2021 - 14:31
Get this in your inbox each week. Welcome back to IT Pro Tuesday! This week, we're asking for your favorite tools and resources we can share with the community... those that help you do your job better and more easily. Please reply or leave a comment with your suggestions, and we'll be featuring them in the coming weeks. As always, we’re updating the full, searchable list on our website here

Microsoft-365 Scripts

Tue, 01/19/2021 - 13:03
Microsoft-365 Scripts is a collection of scripts and resources to help with the configuration of Microsoft 365. iB83gbRo adds, "Hit github repo also has a handful of scripts to do what is outlined in the checklists."
Microsoft-365 Scripts

IT Pro Tuesday #133

Tue, 01/19/2021 - 12:57
Get this in your inbox each week. Welcome back to IT Pro Tuesday! This week, we're asking for your favorite IT-related shortcuts we can share with the community... those that help you do your job better and more easily. Please reply or leave a comment with your suggestions, and we'll be featuring them in the coming weeks. As always, we’re updating the full, searchable list on our website here

Automating with PowerShell: Deploying Azure Functions

Mon, 10/19/2020 - 12:46
Automating with PowerShell: Deploying Azure Functions is a blog post that contains scripts for single-click deployment buttons for a number of Azure functions. Lime-TeGek explains, "deploying Azure functions can get confusing at times; do you need AppInsights, do you need to activate option y or option x, and the interface changes every couple of years, so [this] only selects the items really
Automating with PowerShell: Deploying Azure Functions

IT Pro Tuesday #122

Mon, 10/19/2020 - 12:40
Get this in your inbox each week. Hello IT Pro, Welcome back to IT Pro Tuesday! To start off, a quick heads up about a new threat being tracked by Hornetsecurity Security Lab: XLM macros are being used in XLSB documents to distribute QakBot malware. Because both XLM macros and the XLSB document format are uncommon, these new malicious documents have a very low static detection rate by current anti