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Set-BluGenieSystems



Set-BluGenieSystems

SYNOPSIS

Set-BluGenieSystems is an add-on to manage the System list in the BluGenie Console

SYNTAX

Set-BluGenieSystems [[-Add] <String[]>] [[-Remove] <String[]>] [[-RemoveIndex] <Int32[]>] [-RemoveAll] [-Walkthrough] [<CommonParameters>]

DESCRIPTION

Set-BluGenieSystems is an add-on to manage the System list in the BluGenie Console
Computer Objects are the list of computers you want to action an event on. You can add Computer Objects manuall, throught text files, and throught AD Groups.

EXAMPLES

EXAMPLE 1

Command: Set-BluGenieSystems
Description: Use this command to identify any systems in the global systems catalogue
Notes:

EXAMPLE 2

Command: Systems 'TestPC1'
Description: Use this short-hand alias to add a single computer to the global systems catalogue
Notes:

EXAMPLE 3

Command: Systems -Add 'TestPC1','TestPC2','10.20.136.50','10.20.136.50'
Description: Use this command to add multiple computers (Using Host Names and IP Addresses) to the global systems catalogue
Notes:

EXAMPLE 4

Command: Systems 'file:.\collections\systems.txt'
Description: Use this command to parse a file for a list of systems to add to the global systems catalogue
Notes: A File is identified by using the "File:" prefix

EXAMPLE 5

Command: Systems 'group:S_Wrk_Posh3Systems'
Description: Use this command to parse a Domain Group for a list of systems to add to the global systems catalogue
Notes: A Group is identified by using the "Group:" prefix
If no domain is specified the domain is pulled from the local registry

EXAMPLE 6

Command: Systems 'group:S_Wrk_Posh3Systems:TestLab.com'
Description: Use this command to parse a domain group with a specific domain name and add systems to the global systems catalogue
Notes: Append the ":<Domain.com>" to the end of the Group name
If no domain is specified the domain is pulled from the local registry

EXAMPLE 7

Command: Systems -Remove ^\d
Description: Use this command to remove all items with a digit as the first character of the name from the global systems catalogue
Notes: The -Remove command excepts (RegEx).

EXAMPLE 8

Command: System -Remove Test
Description: Use this command to remove all items with Test in the name from the global systems catalogue
Notes: The -Remove command excepts (RegEx).

EXAMPLE 9

Command: Systems -Remove '^TestPC1$','^TestPC2$'
Description: Use this command to remove all items that have an exact match of the system name from the global systems catalogue
Notes: The -Remove command excepts (RegEx).

EXAMPLE 10

Command: Systems -RemoveIndex 1
Description: Use this command to remove the first item in the global systems catalogue
Notes:

EXAMPLE 11

Command: Systems -RemoveIndex 1,10,12,15
Description: Use this command to remove specific index items from the global systems catalogue
Notes: To get the Index value you can run (Set-BluGenieSystems). This will show the system list and the index values.

EXAMPLE 12

Command: Systems -RemoveAll
Description: Use this command to remove all the systems from the global systems catalogue
Notes:

PARAMETERS

Add

-Add <String[]>
Description: Add computer objects to the global systems catalogue
Notes: To parse a file for a list of computers use the "File:" prefix
o Example: file:.\collections\systems.txt
To parse a domain group for a list of computers use the "Group:" prefix
o Example: group:S_Wrk_Posh3Systems
To parse a domain group with a specific domain name, append to the end of the Group name ":Domain.com"
o Example: group:S_Wrk_Posh3Systems:TestLab.com
o Note: The domain needs to be a trusted domain and the account running this command needs to have access to it.
Alias:
ValidateSet:
Required? false
Position? 1
Default value
Accept pipeline input? false
Accept wildcard characters? false

Remove

-Remove <String[]>
Description: Remove a specific computer object from the global systems catalogue
Notes:
Alias:
ValidateSet:
Required? false
Position? 2
Default value
Accept pipeline input? false
Accept wildcard characters? false

RemoveIndex

-RemoveIndex <Int32[]>
Description: Remove a specific index from the global systems catalogue using an index value
Notes:
Alias:
ValidateSet:
Required? false
Position? 3
Default value
Accept pipeline input? false
Accept wildcard characters? false

RemoveAll

-RemoveAll [<SwitchParameter>]
Description: Remove all system objects from the global systems catalogue
Notes:
Alias:
ValidateSet:
Required? false
Position? named
Default value False
Accept pipeline input? false
Accept wildcard characters? false

Walkthrough

-Walkthrough [<SwitchParameter>]
Description: Start the dynamic help menu system to help walk through the current command and all of the parameters
Notes:
Alias: Help
ValidateSet:
Required? false
Position? named
Default value False
Accept pipeline input? false
Accept wildcard characters? false

CommonParameters

This cmdlet supports the common parameters: -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -InformationAction, -InformationVariable, -OutVariable, -OutBuffer, -PipelineVariable, -Verbose, -WarningAction, and -WarningVariable. For more information, see about_CommonParameters.