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Here is an example: PS C:\> Repair-DhcpServerv4IPRecord -ScopeId -ReportOnly This command gets inconsistent DHCP client records for the scope The command specifies the ReportOnly parameter. Unlike the previous example, this command makes no changes to inconsistent records. DNS server cmdlets Windows Server 2012 added extensive Windows PowerShell support for configuring and managing DNS servers. Several new cmdlets have been added to the DNS Server module in Windows Server 2012 R2. These new cmdlets are designed to help you configure and manage DNSSEC in your DNS server environment. The new cmdlets for this functionality include: Add-DnsServerSigningKey Disable-DnsServerSigningKeyRollover Enable-DnsServerSigningKeyRollover Get-DnsServerSigningKey Invoke-DnsServerSigningKeyRollover Remove-DnsServerSigningKey Set-DnsServerSigningKey Step-DnsServerSigningKeyRollover You can use the Get-Help cmdlet on Windows Server 2012 R2 to display additional information about these new cmdlets.
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Yet more new cmdlets CHAPTER 10 191 Hardware certification cmdlets New in Windows PowerShell 4.0 are cmdlets relating to the Windows Hardware Certification Kit (HCK). These cmdlets can be used to create HCK project definition files and test collection files, create test summary reports, merge test results in different ways, and export/import test collections in XML format. The new cmdlets for this functionality include: Export-HwCertTestCollectionToXml Import-HwCertTestCollectionFromXml Merge-HwCertTestCollectionFromHckx Merge-HwCertTestCollectionFromXml New-HwCertProjectDefinitionFile New-HwCertTestCollection New-HwCertTestCollectionExcelReport You can search Microsoft TechNet if you need more information about these cmdlets. Hyper-V cmdlets There are several new cmdlets you can use for managing various aspects of a Hyper-V environment running on Windows Server 2012 R2. The sections that follow include descriptions of some of the new cmdlets you might find useful for your environment along with some usage examples. Test-VMNetworkAdapter The Test-VMNetworkAdapter cmdlet tests connectivity between virtual machines by using Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Ping packets. Ping verifies IP-level connectivity to another TCP/IP computer by sending ICMP Echo Request messages. Here is an example: PS C:\> Test-VMNetworkAdapter –VMName "ContosoVM01" –Receiver –SenderIPAddress "" –ReceiverIPAddress "" –VMNetworkAdapterName "ContosoNic01" This command tests connectivity by using the virtual network adapter named ContosoNic01. The command targets the receiver virtual machine. Virtual machine firmware cmdlets The following cmdlets can be used to view or modify the firmware configuration of virtual machines: Get-VMFirmware Set-VMFirmware
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