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June, 2009

  • Windows PowerShell Blog

    WMI Performance

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    Andy Cheung wrote a very good blog on WMI performance HERE .  Check it out.   Enjoy! Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Distinguished Engineer Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at:    http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell Visit the Windows...
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    Detection logic for PowerShell installation

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    "How do we programmatically detect that PowerShell is installed ?" - This question has started coming up frequently as more folks (both internally and externally) have started to build applications with PowerShell support. As we approach Win7/W2K8-R2...
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    New Powershell Survey on Connect

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    PowerShell team wants to hear from you. How easy or difficult it is for you to search PowerShell stuff like learning materials, help , samples, scripts etc? how often do you search for these? and what are your best bets to find information? How it...
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    PowerShell Remoting Protocol Documentation Available

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    William Vambenepe has a great blog entry Native "SSH" on Windows via WS-Management that is well worth a read. I know that we've been busting our butts documenting our protocols but I hadn't realized that we actually were posting them where people could...
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    PowerShell trainings

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    PowerShell FAQ : Where I can find useful trainings to learn Poweshell? Answer: Thanks to PowerShell MVPs, we have this very useful page http://www.powershellcommunity.org/LearningResources.aspx And this online videos series from Don Jones is very...
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    PowerBoots 0.2 is Now Available

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    Joel 'Jaykul' Bennett has just published the 0.2 version of PowerBoots on CodePlex .  PowerBoots is a library which allows you to write WPF GUIs in PowerShell.  He has a great tutorial HERE that you should definitely check out.  In fact...
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    Traps vs Try/Catch

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    Someone as asking about Traps vs Try/Catch and Jason Shirk (PowerShell developer) gave a nice concise and precise answer that I thought I would share with you: Trap: Designed for admins V1 and V2 Introduces a new scope Is “global”, meaning...
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    Summer Scripting Game : Its ON

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    The 2009 Summer Scripting Games have officially begun. For the last few days the Scripting Guys have been revealing the events one day at a time. For more information on the events, you can refer to this post from ScriptingGuys. This year’s scripting...
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    Kudos to the Win7 Diagnostics Team

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    Have you ever had problems connecting to a network and gotten one of those dialog boxes that offers to repair it? Mostly the networking just works but every now again one of the 10,000 moving parts required to make networking function gets misaligned...
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    Help Us Help You By Signing Up For A Site Visit

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    Windows Server Site Visits in July 09 (Open to US and Canada participants only) The Windows Server User Research team wants to conduct site visits to learn from people who are involved in any and all aspects of managing servers! We’re hitting the...
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    Windows Event Log in PowerShell - Part II

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    In part 1 of “ Event logs in Powershell ” we talked about differences between Get-EventLog and Get-WinEvent. In this second part we will dig deeper into Get-WinEvent. Starting in Windows Vista, the Windows Event Log was updated to provide a more...
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    2009 Summer Scripting Games

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    Scripting Games start on June 15th and the excitement is building up. Details about the events in the game are emerging. Beginner and Advanced 100 meter Dash Beginner and Advanced Long jump Scripts can be submitted/viewed at http://scriptinggames...
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    Scripting Games 2009 - More details

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    Scripting Guys have posted more details about the 2009 scripting games, read it here . Stay tuned to their blog and Twitter for updates Thanks Osama Sajid
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    Managing Remote Sessions

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    PowerShell V2 introduces a new capability which allows you to remotely manage machines in your organization. You may have already tried this new feature. In this blog, I will show how an administrator can manage different remote sessions (created by different...
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    Peering into script modules

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    Sometimes it’s handy to access internal elements of script modules. For instance you may be using a 3rd party module in your application and would like to see the internal state for debugging purposes. This can be accomplished with the invoke operator...
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    Getting Started with AppLocker management using Powershell

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    Have you tried out the new AppLocker feature in Windows 7? If not, check it out here and here . Also check out the AppLocker references during TechEd here along with a related video here . AppLocker allows you to specify applications that can or cannot...
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