This takes the value of $content and sends it to the remote computer where it is saved to a new file. If you are using Power Shell 3.0 or later, you can simplify this a bit and take advantage of $using. In this example, I am reading the content of the exe file by reading bytes.Now, I can reference the variable $content, which exists on my computer in the remote Power Shell session. In the remote session, I can write all the bytes to the specified file. * To create your CSR, see Mac OS X Yosemite: Create Your CSR. Use these instructions to create your CSR (certificate signing request) and then, to install your SSL and intermediate certificates./Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1107/38/os-x-yosemit... GENERATING A CERTIFICATE SIGNING REQUEST (CSR) USING OPENSSL (APACHE & MOD_SSL, NGINX) A CSR is a file containing your certificate application information, including your Public Key.Generate your CSR and then copy and paste the CSR file into the web form in the enrollment process: GENERATE KEYS AND CERTIFICATE: To generate a pair of private key and public Certificate Signing Request (CSR) for a webserver, "server", use the following command : The total size of attachments sent to support, e.g., screenshots, must be limited to less than 5 megabytes in size.It just requires some added work than the other operating systems supported.
Note: Be sure to enter the server name (Net BIOS name) accurately, or select your server from the drop down list in the MSP portal.Plus, most of these tools are a pain to operate or have complex interfaces. Also, the official Microsoft stance is that it only supports 2003-2008r2 server.That is where the File Server Migration Toolkit comes in. True that is does not officially support 2012 or 2012r2, however, it does work the same for both.Copying files between computers has long been a common system administration task.In the Windows world this has usually been a no-brainer.
I have an affinity for migrating shares in a specific way that does not utilize the native tools.