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Posted in Windows Powershell | No Comment | 1,335 views | 28/05/2015 10:54

Following script will get System Logs in last hour.

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# System Log Parameters
$SystemLogParameters = @{
LogName= "System"
EntryType= "Error","Warning"
After= (Get-Date).AddHours(-1)
}
 
# Get System Logs
Get-EventLog @SystemLogParameters

You can set scope by changing EntryType parameter.


Posted in Windows Powershell | No Comment | 1,356 views | 28/05/2015 10:51

Following script will get Application Logs in last hour with “vmic*” source logs.

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# Application Log Parameters
$ApplicationLogParameters = @{
LogName= "Application"
EntryType= "Error","Warning"
After= (Get-Date).AddHours(-1)
}
 
# Get Application Logs
Get-EventLog @ApplicationLogParameters -Source vmic*

You can set scope by changing EntryType parameter.


Posted in Windows Powershell | 3 Comments | 2,910 views | 28/05/2015 10:47

Following creates a new event log folder called “yusufozturk” in your Application Log Folder.

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# Create Event Log
New-EventLog -LogName "yusufozturk" -Source "Hyper-V" -EA SilentlyContinue
 
# Limit Event Log Properties
Limit-EventLog -LogName "yusufozturk" -OverflowAction "OverWriteAsNeeded" -MaximumSize 100MB -EA SilentlyContinue

As you see, you can also set OverFlowAction and MaximumSize.


Posted in Windows Powershell | No Comment | 2,395 views | 27/05/2015 18:00

As you know, LoadWithPartialName is now deprecated. So you need to change your codes.

You should use Add-Type instead of LoadWithPartialName. This is example alternative for that:

Add-Type -Path "C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\Microsoft.Web.Administration.dll"

That will load DLL into PowerShell session. So you have to specify full path now.

Then you can use it like:

New-Object Microsoft.Web.Administration.ServerManager

Now you can start exploring IIS using with Add-Type :)


Posted in Windows Powershell | No Comment | 988 views | 16/05/2015 13:48

These are IIS Application Pool Limits that you can get using CIM via PowerShell.

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# WebSite AppPool Information
$WebSiteAppPools = Get-CimInstance -Namespace "root\MicrosoftIISv2" -ClassName "IIsApplicationPoolSetting" -OperationTimeoutSec 15 -EA Stop
 
$WebSiteAppPool = $WebSiteAppPools[0];
 
# IIS AppPool Limits Information
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolAppPoolState = $WebSiteAppPool.AppPoolState
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolCPUAction = $WebSiteAppPool.CPUAction
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolCPULimit = $WebSiteAppPool.CPULimit
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolCPUResetInterval = $WebSiteAppPool.CPUResetInterval
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolDisallowOverlappingRotation = $WebSiteAppPool.DisallowOverlappingRotation
[string]$WebSiteAppPoolDisallowRotationOnConfigChange = $WebSiteAppPool.DisallowRotationOnConfigChange

You can find more properties in my blog.


Posted in Windows Powershell | No Comment | 1,079 views | 04/05/2015 17:23

These are IIS Website Logging properties that you can get using CIM via PowerShell.

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# Get WebSites
$WebSites = Get-CimInstance -Namespace "root\MicrosoftIISv2" -ClassName "IIsWebServerSetting" -OperationTimeoutSec 15 -EA Stop
 
$WebSite = $WebSites[0];
 
# WebSite Log Information
[string]$WebSiteLogFormat = $WebSite.LogType
[string]$WebSiteLogDirectory = $WebSite.LogFileDirectory
[string]$WebSiteLogPeriod = $WebSite.LogFilePeriod
[string]$WebSiteLogTruncateSize = $WebSite.LogFileTruncateSize
[string]$WebSiteLogLocalTimeRollover = $WebSite.LogFileLocaltimeRollover
[string]$WebSiteLogState = $WebSite.DontLog
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileBytesRecv = $WebSite.LogExtFileBytesRecv
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileBytesSent = $WebSite.LogExtFileBytesSent
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileClientIp = $WebSite.LogExtFileClientIp
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileComputerName = $WebSite.LogExtFileComputerName
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileCookie = $WebSite.LogExtFileCookie
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileDate = $WebSite.LogExtFileDate
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileFlags = $WebSite.LogExtFileFlags
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileHost = $WebSite.LogExtFileHost
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileHttpStatus = $WebSite.LogExtFileHttpStatus
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileHttpSubStatus = $WebSite.LogExtFileHttpSubStatus
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileMethod = $WebSite.LogExtFileMethod
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileProtocolVersion = $WebSite.LogExtFileProtocolVersion
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileReferer = $WebSite.LogExtFileReferer
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileServerIp = $WebSite.LogExtFileServerIp
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileServerPort = $WebSite.LogExtFileServerPort
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileSiteName = $WebSite.LogExtFileSiteName
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileTime = $WebSite.LogExtFileTime
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileTimeTaken = $WebSite.LogExtFileTimeTaken
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileUriQuery = $WebSite.LogExtFileUriQuery
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileUriStem = $WebSite.LogExtFileUriStem
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileUserAgent = $WebSite.LogExtFileUserAgent
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileUserName = $WebSite.LogExtFileUserName
[string]$WebSiteLogExtFileWin32Status = $WebSite.LogExtFileWin32Status

You can find more properties in my blog.