This one is not really complicated. You must just open your eyes because this parameter is working differently. Usually, you pass parameters with the variable name preceded by a $ dollar sign. But for the Tee-Object cmdlet, you must omit the $ dollar sign for the Variable parameter, and it works like a charm!
Today, one of my colleagues wanted to log on to a server and got this message. Of course, the password was the right one and the account was not locked out. (Fortunately, this issue did not prevent me to open a remote PowerShell session.) As soon as I have an issue, my first reaction is … Continue reading [Solved] The Local Security Authority cannot be contacted
This week, one of my colleagues logged on to a server and when he opened the file explorer all external USB drives where appearing and disappearing continuously. At the same time, in the upper right corner, several messages appeared asking to unlock all BitLocker-protected drives. This happened on several Windows 2012 R2 servers. After investigation, … Continue reading [Solved] External USB drive twinkling in Windows Explorer
A few days ago I wanted to manually enroll a certificate for a computer of another forest through web enrollment. However, the certificate didn't show up among other certificates for web enrollment. First of all, I verified that my account had as least Read and Enroll permissions. This is usually where you have to go … Continue reading [Solved] The certificate’s template doesn’t show up for web enrollment