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Enabling IoT Remote Server in Windows 10 IoT Core with PowerShell

This post is the eighth in a series describing our automation efforts for provisioning Windows 10 IoT Core on a Raspberry Pi. To recap, KiZAN has a lab of 26 Raspberry Pi 2 boards running Windows 10 IoT Core. On a regular basis, we need to re-flash, provision and configure the boards. When we perform the re-flash and provisioning process, it is manual and consumes more time than we want to spend (up to 2 days). In this post, you'll learn how to enable IoT remote server in Windows 10 IoT Core with PowerShell.

Disabling the Soft AP on Windows 10 IoT Core Using PowerShell

This post is the seventh in a series describing our automation efforts for provisioning Windows 10 IoT Core on a Raspberry Pi. To recap, KiZAN has a lab of 26 Raspberry Pi 2 boards running Windows 10 IoT Core. On a regular basis, we need to re-flash, provision and configure the boards. When we perform the re-flash and provisioning process, it is manual and consumes more time than we want to spend (up to 2 days). In this post, you'll learn how to disable SoftAP in Windows 10 IoT Core with PowerShell.

Setting the Time Zone in Windows 10 IoT Core with PowerShell

This post is the sixth in a series describing our automation efforts for provisioning Windows 10 IoT Core on a Raspberry Pi. To recap, KiZAN has a lab of 26 Raspberry Pi 2 boards running Windows 10 IoT Core. On a regular basis, we need to re-flash, provision and configure the boards. When we perform the re-flash and provisioning process, it is manual and consumes more time than we want to spend (up to 2 days). In this post, you'll learn how to set the time zone in Windows 10 IoT Core with PowerShell.

Setting the Screen Resolution in Windows 10 IoT Core with PowerShell

This post is the fifth in a series describing our automation efforts for provisioning Windows 10 IoT Core on a Raspberry Pi. To recap, KiZAN has a lab of 26 Raspberry Pi 2 boards running Windows 10 IoT Core. On a regular basis, we need to re-flash, provision and configure the boards. When we perform the re-flash and provisioning process, it is manual and consumes more time than we want to spend (up to 2 days). In this post, you'll learn how to set the screen resolution in Windows 10 IoT Core with PowerShell.

Disabling Windows Update in Windows 10 IoT Core with PowerShell

This post is the fourth in a series describing our automation efforts for provisioning Windows 10 IoT core on a Raspberry Pi. To recap, KiZAN has a lab of 26 Raspberry Pi 2 boards running Windows 10 IoT core. On a regular basis, we need to re-flash, provision and configure the boards. When we perform the re-flash and provisioning process, it is manual and consumes more time than we want to spend (up to 2 days). In this post, you'll learn how to use PowerShell for Disabling Windows Update on Windows 10 IoT Core.



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Installing Wifi Drivers in Windows 10 IoT Core with PowerShell

This post is the third in a series describing our automation efforts for provisioning Windows 10 IoT core on a Raspberry Pi. To recap, KiZAN has a lab of 26 Raspberry Pi 2 boards running Windows 10 IoT core. On a regular basis, we need to re-flash, provision and configure the boards. When we perform the re-flash and provisioning process, it is manual and consumes more time than we want to spend (up to 2 days). In this post, you'll learn how to use PowerShell to remotely install WiFi drivers on a Windows 10 IoT core device.

Renaming a Windows 10 IoT Core Device via PowerShell

This post is the second of a series of posts describing our automation efforts for provisioning Windows 10 IoT core on a Raspberry Pi. (Click here to read the first post)

To recap, KiZAN has a lab of 26 Raspberry Pi 2 boards running Windows 10 IoT core. On a regular basis, we need to re-flash, provision and configure the boards. When we perform the re-flash and provisioning process, it is manual and consumes more time than we want to spend (up to 2 days). In our first post, you learned how to find the IP address of a Windows 10 IoT core device after the initial flash. The second step in our automation journey is automatically renaming a device. In this post, you'll learn how to use PowerShell to rename a Windows 10 IoT Core Device after its initial flash.

How To Find the IP Address of a Windows 10 IoT Core Device

KiZAN has a lab of 26 Raspberry Pi 2 boards running Windows 10 IoT core. On a regular basis, we need to re-flash, provision, and configure the boards. When we perform the re-flash and provisioning process, it is manual, and consumes more time than we want to spend (up to 2 days).  Truth be told, we don't have 2 days of free time, so we decided to invest in automation.

Once the entire re-flash and provisioning process was automated, we hoped to reduce the time spent to under 2 hours. Yeah, from 2 days to 2 hours. You do the math. This post is one of a series of posts describing our automation efforts for provisioning Windows 10 IoT Core on the Raspberry Pi 2. 

In this post, you'll learn how to find the IP address of a Windows 10 IoT Core device after initial flash with PowerShell.

 

Using IoT to Connect Cows, Doorbells and More

In a world filled with an increasing number of Internet-connected devices, data is king. Thermostats (like the Nest) stream temperature and humidity information, door bells (like Ring) stream video, and we've even seen the Connected Cow that streams movement data

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