Matt Bielman

Troubleshooting, Support Automation, and fun with technology
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    How to call .NET and Win32 methods from PowerShell (and your troubleshooting packs)

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    Every once in a while I run into a problem that I just don't know how to solve using PowerShell directly. Fortunately, PowerShell has great interoperability with other .NET code, so if you're already familiar with VB.NET or C# you'll never be lost. ...
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    Change the troubleshooting experience to meet your needs

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    If you use any of the inbox diagnostics on Windows 7 you'll notice that they're designed to find and fix a series of problems, but if you look at the maintenance diagnostic you'll see it sets a slightly different tone. Rather than address traditional...
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    Gaming with the Windows Troubleshooting Platform

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    Today we’re going to dive straight into a fun, simple project; creating a multiple choice trivia style game using the Windows Troubleshooting Platform. We’re skipping the architecture, applicability, and design discussions; instead we’ll build this simple...
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    Welcome!

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    Hello world, welcome to my blog! My name is Matt Bielman; I am a Program Manager with Microsoft and build automated diagnostics for Windows. I started at Microsoft as a Support Professional in 1999 supporting Windows 95/98. Since then, I’ve been involved...
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February, 2010