No, really - PowerShell V1.0 IS released :-)

No, really - PowerShell V1.0 IS released :-)

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It turns out that having it available on a particular day means different things to different people.  After all, a day has 24 hours in it.  Add the fact that we announced in Barcelona which is 9 hours off Redmond time and you've got 33 hours of interpretation.  :-)

10,000 apologizes for the inconvience. 

It should all be working now.
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/technologies/management/powershell/download.mspx

Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]
Windows PowerShell/MMC Architect
Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at:    http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell
Visit the Windows PowerShell ScriptCenter at:  http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/hubs/msh.mspx

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  • If you are a command line junkie or just a command line power user then you'll like the PowerShell. Its

  • Hello,

    will there be more localized versions in the near future? (to be specific: hungarian)

  • Am I mistaken, or is there no SDK link available? I'd like to build my own host and can't get the examples at;

    http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms714612.aspx

    to compile

  • When the SDK will be available?

    Thanks

  • I've been fascinated by the build up to the release of PowerShell and been investigating it's use in a project for a client.

    I'm investigating how to migrate an HP3000/MPE JCL to a PowerShell script.  

    I'm a scripting novice [still in e-diapers :o)] and would grateful for for recommendations and insight into what can be done and how.  Advice PLEASE!

  • Is PowerShell (Scripting) capable of doing BIOS Updates (read-write)? For example, updating time & date for computer(s) with a powershell script?

  • Yes, I can download the Windows 2003 and Windows XP SP2 versions however when I try for the documentation all I get is a 404 error from http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/6/2/56279e8d-5c68-40fb-8937-589b6a6afa1c/PowerShellDocumentationPack.zip

    I was impressed by Jeffrey's Monad presentation at last year's IT Forum.

  • Now that I have the release version I can't install it.  The installer tells me to remove the old beta version but there is no uninstaller for the beta.  Nothing in Add/Remove Programs or in the start menu or anything.  

    How do I manually get rid of the beta in such a way as to make the release version installer happy?

  • Steve, Did you install RC2 version of PowerShell? RC2 of Windows PowerShell 1.0 is released as a Windows Update and is visible in Add / Remove programs if you select "Show Updates" checkbox. The RC2 PowerShell update will be under Windows XP - Software Updates ( for XP SP2 ) or Windows Server 2003 - Software Updates (for W2k3). The KB article number for RC2 release is KB925228.

    -Krishna[MSFT]

    This posting is provided "as is" with no warranties.

  • Krishna, thank you.  That was non-obvious.  I suppose the earlier releases prepared me for it being a standard install, the switch to an update threw me off.  It makes sense that it will be released as an update.  I'd like to think there will be times I can sit at a client's computer and have it already installed rather than having to do it myself.

  • Congratulations with PowerShel RTM!

    One question though: Why oh why did you drop MSI installation format?! It was so easy to distribute Monad with MSI. How do I suppose to deploy it in AD environment now?

    At least make it available on WSUS/WU/MU then.

  • > One question though: Why oh why did you drop MSI installation format?!

    The short answer is that that was required to be an offical Windows component.

    Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]

    Windows PowerShell/MMC Architect

    Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at:    http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell

    Visit the Windows PowerShell ScriptCenter at:  http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/hubs/msh.mspx

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