Few PowerShell Functions Around Windows Security

As parts of the PowerShell project that I’m currently working on, with the help with other people’s contribution in various forums and blogs, I have produced few PowerShell functions around Windows security: Validate Credential Usage: Get Current User Name Usage: Check If Current User has Local Admin Rights Usage: Check if a user is a member of a group Usage: Get Local Machine’s SID Usage: Check If an account is a domain account (as opposed to local account) Note: This function also requires the Get-LocalMachineSID function listed above Usage:

Changing Display Language on Windows 7 Home and Professional Editions

I bought a laptop for other family members yesterday, it comes with Windows 7 Home Premium. I needed to change the display language from English to Chinese because the main user of this laptop does not speak English. I thought it was a no brainer as I’ve done it before, all I had to do was to load another language pack in “Regional and Language” in Control Panel. However, I was wrong. apparently this function is available in Windows 7 Ultimate and Enterprise editions. I didn’t really want to use Windows Anytime Upgrade to upgrade it to Ultimate just so

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