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Create Remedy Work Orders with PowerShell

In previous posts, I have shown you how to query for data in Remedy using PowerShell and ARAPI.NET. Creating or updating information in Remedy is not much different. Log into the AR Server Build a list of Field IDs and

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Getting incident notes from Remedy using ARAPI.NET from PowerShell

Here is another example of using ARAPI.NET from PowerShell. This is a script I wrote and use every day to retrieve notes from a Remedy Incident. As a manager, I rarely use Remedy to work incidents. However, I frequently need

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Use PowerShell and EWS to find out who is sending you email

I get a lot of email from a lot of different sources. A lot of it is from automated alerts generated by services accounts that monitor various applications that my team supports. Each month I like to see how many

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PowerShell error: NativeCommandFailed after installing KB3000850 — fixed! See KB3062960

Recently we went through the exercise of updating our Windows Server 2012 R2 deployment image to include a bunch of updates. After this, we noticed that several PowerShell scripts were failing. I also noticed that some commands stopped working properly

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Understanding Byte Arrays in PowerShell

In a previous article, I presented a PowerShell script for inspecting and validating certificates stored as PFX files. My goal is to get data into an X509Certificate2 object so that I can validate the certificate properties. The X509Certificate2 Import() methods

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Working with certificates in PowerShell

Overview Today’s script is an attempt to bring together several things I have learned about writing good PowerShell scripts. I still have a lot to learn and this is not necessarily a sterling example of best practices. However, it does

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Using PowerShell and EWS to monitor a mailbox

I support a suite of application services that implement our ITIL processes. One of the functions allows users to create trouble tickets by sending a specially crafted email message to a specific email address. The application has a service that

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Script to list the data fields on a Remedy Form

Here is another quick example of using PowerShell to query information from your Remedy server. When I am developing scripts I end up spending a lot of time in Remedy Developer Studio looking at forms to find the data fields

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Using ARAPI.NET from PowerShell

In my last post I explained how to install ARAPI.NET. Now let’s take a look at how you can use the Remedy API in a PowerShell Script. The first trick to using ARAPI.NET is to ensure that you are running

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Fun with Regular Expressions

A while back a friend of mine mentioned that he could not find a regular expression that was capable of parsing Windows Performance counter strings. He said that it couldn’t be done with regex alone and he had written a

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