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  • Blog Post: Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview November 2014 is now available

    We’re excited to announce Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview November 2014 , a new package publicizing new and exciting management technologies, is now available for download on Download Center! This Windows Management Framework (WMF) preview includes everything from WMF 5.0 Preview September...
  • Blog Post: Creating a Secure Environment using PowerShell Desired State Configuration

    Introduction: Traditionally, IT environments have secured their business critical information against external threats by adding additional layers of security to the org’s network (e.g. firewalls, DMZs, etc.). However many of today’s attacks are coming from inside the network so a new...
  • 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: Windows Management Framework V5 Preview

    The Windows Management Framework V5 Preview is out! Check out Jeffrey Snover's announcement here . The preview contains updates to PowerShell Desired State Configuration, as well as two new features: NetworkSwitch cmdlets and Windows PowerShell OneGet. OneGet is designed to dramatically simplify how...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell Sessions, Slides and Demos from TechEd 2013

    We presented following sessions at this year’s edition of TechEd(s). At TechEd, we announced the newest feature in Windows PowerShell 4.0 – Desired State Configuration , so do check out the attached demos for it!! Desired State Configuration in Windows PowerShell TechEd-NA Session...
  • Blog Post: High Level Architecture of Windows PowerShell Workflow (Part 1)

      1 Summary In March we introduced Windows PowerShell Workflow (PSWF), which explained why we integrated workflows with PowerShell, and what were our major investment areas for our first release. In a recent post , Jeffrey Snover summarizes this decision: “ We integrated the Windows Workflow Foundation...
  • Blog Post: When Windows PowerShell Met Workflow

    Meet the new kid on the block! Windows PowerShell Workflow (PSWF) is the latest addition to the Windows PowerShell family. First, let’s establish the context for the decision to integrate workflows into Windows PowerShell. It starts with cloud computing and Windows-based datacenters. Cloud computing...
  • Blog Post: Windows PowerShell 2.0 on Windows Update

    Today, we released Windows PowerShell 2.0 and WinRM 2.0 for pre-Windows 7 operating systems on Windows Update. This non-security, optional update is designed for Windows Server 2008 SP2, Windows Vista SP2, Windows Server 2003 SP2, and Windows XP SP3. Windows PowerShell 2.0 and WinRM 2.0 are also available...
  • Blog Post: MMS Partner Presentation: Windows Management Framework

    MMS Partner Day focuses on ISVs that produce products for Windows and System Center. I talked to them about the Windows Management Framework (WMF) and encouraged them all to check it out and begin using it to build their products. WMF is a download which combines PowerShell V2, WINRM 2.0 and BITS 4.0...
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