[Solved] The file install.wim is too large

When you try to create a bootable USB key with a FAT32 filesystem, you may encounter the following error message if your install.wim file is larger than 4 Gb. This can easily be solved by splitting the install.wim file into two or more .swm files of maximum 4 Gb with the DISM command. However, you […]

[Solved] The volume size is too big

You may encounter the following message you try to format with DiskPart a FAT32 partition bigger than 32 Gb. This happens typically when you want to create a bootable USB key, and because nowadays most of the USB keys have a capacity greater than 32 Gb. An easy way to fix this is to shrink […]

How to display all ongoing deployments on Azure

Currently, I didn’t find a user interface method to display all ongoing deployments. However, as always PowerShell is our friend! The Get-AzureRmResourceGroupDeployment cmdlet gives you all deployments, whether they are ongoing, failed, or succeeded. As an input of this cmdlet, you can target the resource groups you desire with the Get-AzureRmResourceGroup cmdlet. For example, if […]

How to find a user’s password expiration date with PowerShell

Retrieve the information This information can be found in the user’s Active Directory’s objects with the Get-ADUser cmdlet. However, the msDS-UserPasswordExpiryTimeComputed attribute is a constructed attribute. According to Microsoft: Constructed attributes have the property that they are attributes for which the attribute value is computed by using other attributes, sometimes from other objects. And because […]

How to configure computer delegation with PowerShell

By configuring computer delegation with PowerShell, you can determine whether you can access an Active Directory (AD) computer from another computer. This article will demonstrate the difference between unconstrained delegation, constrained delegation to any service, and constrained delegation to specified services. Contents of this article: The concept of computer delegation in a nutshell Two different […]