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November, 2007

  • Windows PowerShell Blog

    IT-Forum: Demo files for all talks

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    Attached is a zip file containing all the demo files I've used at IT Forum. Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell Visit the Windows PowerShell ScriptCenter...
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    What's New in CTP of PowerShell 2.0

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    As you start to play with the CTP bits of Windows PowerShell 2.0 , it would be wise to tell what's new in this CTP release. First thing to know is that this release is compatible with and replaces Windows PowerShell 1.0. You must un-install PowerShell...
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    Update-Gac.ps1

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    Below is the content of the Update-GAC.ps1 script that I run whenever I install a new version of PowerShell. Our installation is supposed to ngen the assemblies in the background. If that works, it doesn't work fast enough for me. Also I've seen lots...
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    The Community Technology Preview (CTP) of Windows PowerShell 2.0

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    The Windows PowerShell Team is pleased to release the first Community Technology Preview (CTP) of Windows PowerShell 2.0! This release provides a “sneak peak” into the future, including key features that empower Windows administrators to: Run commands...
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    SQL Server Support for PowerShell!

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    Finally the information is public!!! You can't image how difficult it has been to know this information but not be able to tell anyone. It's so cool you just want to stop people on the street and tell them. Check out this eweek article: Microsoft Releases...
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    CTP: Watch This Space

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    Next week we'll be releasing a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of Windows PowerShell V2.0. This release will not be for everyone. This morning I wrote 3 blog entries that set your expectation about the CTP. I decided to blog them BEFORE the CTP...
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    CTP: CTP -NE Beta!

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    Next week we'll be releasing a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of Windows PowerShell V2.0. I'm going to hold off saying what is in it until next week. The purpose of this email is to set your expectations about the CTP. CTP -NE BETA ! The first...
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    Graphing with Glee

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    Doug Finke has a blog HERE which shows you how to use PowerShell to program GLEE - Graph Layout Execution Engine. GLEE is a .NET tool for graph layout and viewing developed by Lev Nachmanson of Microsoft Research. You can read more about GLEE HERE . ...
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    CTP: Platform Requirements

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    Next week we'll be releasing a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of Windows PowerShell V2.0. I'm going to hold off saying what is in it until next week. The purpose of this email is to set your expectations about the CTP. Platform Requirements The...
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    CTP: Versioning

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    Next week we'll be releasing a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of Windows PowerShell V2.0. I'm going to hold off saying what is in it until next week. The purpose of this email is to set your expectations about the CTP. Versioning The PowerShell...
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    PowerShell V2 Book Available!

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    The PowerShell ecosystem is once again proving itself to be super smart and agile. Superstar's Don Jones and Jeffery Hicks are once again demonstrating why they are MVPs for PowerShell. On Nov 12 th , they (and Sapien Press) will release an electronic...
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    PowerShell Plus Beta Available

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    I just got mail from Tobias Weltner letting me know that they are making PowerShell Plus free for non-commercial use.  If you have not checked this tool out - you should. PowerShell Plus is like what you'd get if the Console spent a year with a 24x7...
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    Learning PowerShell

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    John Sheehan has blogged his experiences learning PowerShell over his Thanksgiving holiday.  You can read about them HERE .  I found it a fun read. Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team...
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    IT-Forum: Mgt308 Managing Systems with PowerShell - PPT

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    Attached is my presentation. Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner 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...
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    Distributed PowerShell Available Today Via Specops Command

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    When I worked in the CTO office at Tivoli, I identified the fact that there were just a handful of design patterns for distributed applications and distributed management in particular.  We then started a management framework project to support those...
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    TECHED: What’s New for Developers in PowerShell V2

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    Attached is the Deck I just presented at TechEd. I've provided it in PPT and PDF formats Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell Visit the Windows PowerShell...
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    New-HashTable

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    John Sheehan the architect for Microsoft Application Virtualization (aka SoftGrid) recently jumped on the PowerShell bandwagon and was nice enough to write up his experiences.  At one point he wrote himself a process monitor which involved putting...
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    IT-Forum: Mgt308 Managing Systems with PowerShell - PDF

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    I'm doing this as seperate posts because I'm having trouble doing it as a single ZIP file. Attached is a PDF of my presentation. Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn...
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    Check it out: Out-vCard

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    Check out Dmitry Sotnikov's blog Out-vCard: Exporting Outlook Address Book . It lets you do things like: Get-QADGroupMember DL.ProjectA | Out-vCard To create a Vcard file for every member of a distribution list. This made my day (and I was already...
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    RedMonk Interview

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    I did an interview with Michael Cote from RedMonk at IT Forum earlier this week. It runs 10 minutes and covers a range of topic including our V2 CTP. You can check it out HERE . I've had a number of talks with Michael and really enjoy them. Michael has...
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    Developing Your Own Custom Commands

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    Jim Truher has written a great article in the Dec 2007 MSDN Magazine walking through the steps for writing your own custom commands.  Jim was one of the founding members of the PowerShell team and co-designed the Language with Bruce Payette . ...
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    RedMonk On System Center, Virtualization, IBM, and PowerShell

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    Michael Cote and James Governor of RedMonk have a good video on their view of the state of Microsoft as of IT Forum 2007 HERE .  These guys are both smart and fun and their perspective is always enjoyable.  I thought these guys were wicked smart...
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    -Name in Get-XXX Cmdlets

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    I just saw a cool article by Don Brown who has written a set of SMS Cmdlets for Windows PowerShell . These work with SMS 2003 and are well worth a look-see if you are an SMS customer. (Btw – I wrote Get-XXX to mean GET-(any nounname) but now that I look...
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    PowerShell Security

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    Derek Melber has a very good analysis/summary of the PowerShell security over at WindowsSecurity.Com. If you run across someone concerned about the security aspects of PowerShell, this would be a good article to point them to. The article is HERE . ...
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    Notes for My TechEd Talk

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    If you are interested in my presentation: TECHED: What's New for Developers in PowerShell V2 , you might be interested in this BLOG ENTRY by Sebastien Lambla over on http://serialseb.blogspot.com/ . He took very good notes during my session and posted...
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