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General Tech Linux Powershell Systems Administration

Making a simple phone notification tool using IFTTT – Available on a Free Account

I previously made a guide on how to create a notifier using Microsoft Power Automate: https://jaytuckey.name/2020/04/21/making-a-simple-phone-notification-tool-using-microsoft-power-automate-previously-microsoft-flow/ However, the Request trigger used in that flow is only available on a premium account so many people won’t be able to use it without a work account. For those people, here’s how to make the same thing using […]

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General Tech Linux Powershell Systems Administration

Making a simple phone notification tool using Microsoft Power Automate (previously Microsoft Flow)

Note – The “Request” trigger used in this post is only available on a Premium Power Automate account. If you want this for personal use, I suggest you look at using IFTTT instead, see my guide here: https://jaytuckey.name/2020/04/21/making-a-simple-phone-notification-tool-using-ifttt-available-on-a-free-account/ Many of us have access through our work to Microsoft Power Automate, previously called Microsoft Flow. With […]

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Powershell Systems Administration Uncategorized WSUS

Fix for Windows Server 2016 Stuck at “Downloading 0%” from WSUS server – UpdateServiceUrlAlternate Registry Key

I ran into an issue recently with our Windows Server 2016 servers not installing their updates. Instead, all our 2016 servers would get stuck with the message “Updates are available. Downloading updates 0%” however they would never actually download the updates. These servers were configured to our WSUS server, which was also a Server 2016 […]

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Powershell SCCM Systems Administration Uncategorized

How to Opt-In and Detect to Microsoft Update for other Microsoft products using Powershell

Update 2018-03-25: Updated the script to make it more easily runnable from the command line (thanks Grant for the suggestion). I’ve also made the script available from on my Gitlab repo. To run the script from the command line, download it from the Gitlab repo, and then execute like this: # CMD Prompt powershell.exe -ExecutionPolicy […]