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    Monad WebCast

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    Jeffrey Snover, our architect, is going to give a web cast on Monad. Please mark your calendars and attend these events. You will get tons of information on Monad TechNet Webcast: Next Generation Command Line Scripting using Monad (Part 1 of 2)...
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    Monad Beta1 Released

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    After nearly nine months, the Monad team has released Beta 1 of the Microsoft Command Shell. Although initially promised for release at the end of the month, the Monad team has worked hard to release Beta1 to BetaPlace ahead of schedule! To download the...
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    Wait is Over. Monad beta available

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    Time has finally arrived for people to get their hands on new Microsoft Command Shell Code named Monad. We will be releasing a beta version of Monad at our betaplace and it will be available for download on June 21st. Please see my blog Where to get...
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    Where to get Monad?

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    Monad is currently in development. A preview is available for those who are interested. To get Monad Preview 1. go to http://beta.microsoft.com 2. login using guestid mshPDC 3. You will get information to download the monad bits.
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    How to determine Monad version?

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    if you are running Monad and would like to determine the version of Monad you are running then you can determing the version by doing the following MSH>$host.version Major Minor Build Revision ----- ----- ----- -------- 1 0 224 0 This...
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    Msh Language Quick Start

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    MSH LANGUAGE QUICK START Arithmetic Operators (also see Unary and String operators) + addition, concatenation - subtraction * multiplication, string repetition / division % modulus Array Comparison Return all elements equal to 3: 1,2,3,5,3,2 –eq 3 Return...
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    What is Monad ?

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    Monad is the new command line shell developed by Microsoft. Goal of Monad is to deliver an extensible scripting environment that is secure,interactive, programmable and production-ready to enable consistent and reliable automation of administrative tasks...
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