In one of my automation tasks I had the need to create a credential object with a $null password – an empty / NULL password. One easy way to do is, create just instantiate a new secure string object using the new() constructor from the .Net class like this: or using New-Object cmdlet like this […]
If you move your workloads to production or even preproduction it is highly recommended to protect them not only against data loss but also from accidential deletion. One feature in Azure which can help are Resource Locks. Depending how you configure the lock, you cannot delete the resource, but still read and modify (CanNotDelete lock) […]
If you want to know how much space your OperationsManger database is using you could run a SQL Report. Because it is a feature from SQL Server 2008 R2 it’s easily overseen I just want to show an example.