CDN’s (Content Delivery Network’s) have become incredibly widely used these days when it comes to creating and maintaining a high performing, international website - yet a lot of people starting out aren’t necessarily always aware of them or whether they need one.
I’ve previously covered ‘What is a CDN?’ and I thought it was high-time I cover another of IT system with a three letter acronym for a name.
‘Rubber Duck Development’ or ‘Rubber Duck Debugging’ has many names and is a method of troubleshooting/debugging code and systems. The concept behind it though is incredibly simple and makes a surprising amount of sense!
This one is a very short, but sweet, guide to finding all locked out AD User accounts. These few simple commands have saved me a huge amount of time on more than one occasion!
Supporting an infrastructure containing Exchange servers, which will be the case for most enterprise environments these days. there’s always a requirement to find out how big a users mailbox is at any given time. This is where the
Get-MailboxStatisticscmdlet comes in extremely handy!