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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
I originally set it up the DC as musktech.co.uk but felt that would cause issues later on and I followed a guide to change the name of the server using Powershell. That seems to have worked well and the server has changed its domain name to musktech.local.
Skills: Active Directory DNS Microsoft Dynamics CRM Microsoft Hyper V Microsoft Windows Server MS Office 365 Microsoft Windows Azure
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
If multiple files I need to be able to rename as Kroger1, Kroger2, Kroger3...etc I can also use a powershell script to rename files files if sftp command line is not able to do so or too complex. ... If multiple files I need to be able to rename as Kroger1, Kroger2, Kroger3...etc I can also use a powershell script to rename files files if sftp command line is not able to do so or too complex. So to be able to call powershell script at the end of ftp script would be helpful.
Skills: FTP Scripting
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Docker Vagrant Scripting languages: python,shell, perl, Ruby, Powershell aws
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $10 - Posted
Must work on windows 7 and windows 10. Internet Explorer 9-11 as well. I need a Powershell scrip written to perform the following functions: Create and assign propoer permissions: It is necessary to allow Full Control permissions to each user for the following local folders:  C:\GMT Upload  C:\GMTUpload\Device  C:\GMTUpload\Clinical  C:\GMTUpload\Clinical\ImageLibrary  C:\GMTUpload\Clinical\Documents  C:\GMTUpload\Clinical\Temp  C:\Temp  C:\Windows\TWAIN_32  C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Greenway OR C:\Windows\System32\Greenway If any folder does not exist where specified, create it with any subfolders and set the permissions as described above.
Skills: Windows PowerShell