As you see it is late at night and I am trying to use powershell not only to apply instructions from a guide on how to migrate Exchange 2007 users or how to create connectors using a powershell, but I am trying to have it as a tool for being used as a day to day…
I write this blog article as I feel confident somehow in using powershell as I did some small commands just to refresh my  network card; it is too simple
1st I queried a wmi class for network cards
Get-WmiObject Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration
it results a long list of instances and properties


We can modify the system behavior in displaying the class instances to be in tabular format by piping the data to format-table command like this

PS C:> Get-WmiObject Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration |format-table


you can define the command as variable then you can call any methods like renew DHCP lease


I will describe all what we have done later in a series of powershell

Mahmoud Ibrahim (admin)

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Mahmoud Ibrahim has technology experience with over 18 years of IT industry. He'd worked in many organizations in many roles and expanded his knowledge across technology stacks, and he is enjoying sharing his expertise whenever possible :).
He is working as a presales expert in Micro Focus serving the international community.

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