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  • Blog Post: Setting up an Internal PowerShellGet Repository

    At TechEd, we announced and released an early version of PowerShellGet: a package manager for PowerShell modules. The response was positive, and many people asked the same type of question: “Can I set up my own internal repository for PowerShellGet?” Many enterprise-oriented houses...
  • Blog Post: PowerShellPack Reaches 10,000 Downloads in 3 Months

    Just before the release of Windows 7, the Windows 7 Resource Kit PowerShell Pack was released.  Today, it hit 10,000 downloads. It contains 10 useful modules that help you do more with Windows PowerShell.  It has modules that can help every IT admin ( like the TaskScheduler module), and modules...
  • Blog Post: A Module to Create Modules and Advanced Functions

    [1/3/09 Update - the original link to the attachment containing this code was broken but is now fixed. Sorry. jps] It is hard to overstate how important Modules and Advanced Functions are. If you are a PowerShell user - you need to take the time to learn these new mechanisms and use them as your first...
  • Blog Post: All About Modules

    One of the coolest new features of Windows PowerShell is PowerShell modules.  I've just written a tutorial about how to use them on my personal blog . You can check out the full post for more details, but here are some easy things to remember about modules: Modules can be scripts with functions...
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