PowerShell System Audit

Problem this snippet solves:

This is a PowerShell iControl Sample illustrating the return values for some system auditing information

Code :

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param (
  $g_bigip = $null,
  $g_uid = $null,
  $g_pwd = $null

Set-PSDebug -strict;

# function usage
function usage()
  Write-Host "Usage: SystemAudit.ps1 host uid pwd";

function Print-DeviceAudit()
  $uptime = (Get-F5.iControl).SystemSystemInfo.get_uptime();
  $version = (Get-F5.iControl).SystemSystemInfo.get_version();
  $sysInfo = (Get-F5.iControl).SystemSystemInfo.get_system_information();
  $hostname = $sysInfo.host_name;
  $serial = $sysInfo.chassis_serial;
  $category = $sysInfo.product_category;
  $platform = $sysInfo.platform;
  Write-Host "============================================"
  Write-Host "System:  $hostname";
  Write-Host "Serial:  $serial";
  Write-Host "Product: $category, $platform";
  Write-Host "Version: $version"
  Write-Host "Uptime:  $uptime";
  Write-Host "============================================"

function Do-Initialize()
  if ( (Get-PSSnapin | Where-Object { $_.Name -eq "iControlSnapIn"}) -eq $null )
    Add-PSSnapIn iControlSnapIn
  $success = Initialize-F5.iControl -HostName $g_bigip -Username $g_uid -Password $g_pwd;
  return $success;

# Main Application Logic
if ( ($g_bigip -eq $null) -or ($g_uid -eq $null) -or ($g_pwd -eq $null) )

if ( Do-Initialize )
  Write-Error "ERROR: iControl subsystem not initialized"
Published Mar 09, 2015
Version 1.0

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