Task Scheduler Error “A specified logon session does not exist” – Fix via Command Line and PowerShell for Scripting

This is very know issue, if you search internet, you will get multiple blog post with same solution for this issue, and if you follow the steps, it actually resolve this issue. In simple word, solution of this problem is Logon to the faulty system. Open SECPOL.MSC from Run Go to Security Settings | Local Policies | Security Options Open

Migrating a VMWARE VM to AWS using AWS PowerShell

In this topic we will describes the necessary steps to migrate a VMWare VM to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) using PowerShell. You could also migrate VM using AWS command line tools, but I found using PowerShell is much easier than command line tools. [ad#as_in] Requirements: AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell (http://aws.amazon.com/powershell/) IAM account to authenticate. Basic knowledge on PowerShell.