Filing Bugs: The PowerShell Connect Program is back in business

Filing Bugs: The PowerShell Connect Program is back in business

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Filing Bugs

We need your help to make sure PowerShell isn't just a great product, but a very high-quality product! If you run into any bug or usability issue, please file a bug, even if you see a typo in the documentation.

 

We've set up a bug reporting area on Microsoft Connect for you to:

·         Submit your bugs

·         Vote on issues that others have found

·         Search for workarounds and resolutions to your issues.

 

These bugs are sent directly to the team, and every single one is looked at.

 

If you haven't used the PowerShell Connect site before, you'll need to register first:

1.       Visit http://connect.microsoft.com/

2.       Sign in (top right) using your Microsoft passport credentials.

3.       Click on "Available Connections".

4.       Click "Apply" next to the item "Windows PowerShell"

5.       Click the "Submit Feedback" link on the left navigation bar to submit new bugs and suggestions.

6.       Click the "Feedback" link on the left navigation bar to track your submitted bugs and suggestions, as well as view, vote, and comment on bugs and suggestions submitted by others.

 

If you are already subscribed to the PowerShell Connect site:

1.       Click on "My Participation" and sign in with your Microsoft Passport credentials.

2.       Click "Windows PowerShell"

3.       Click the "Submit Feedback" link on the left navigation bar to submit new bugs and suggestions.

4.       Click the "Feedback" link on the left navigation bar to track your submitted bugs and suggestions, as well as view, vote, and comment on bugs and suggestions submitted by others.

 

We look forward to reading your feedback! If you have any issues with the site, please do let us know.

 

Refaat Issa [MSFT]

 

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