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  • 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: Update-TypeData, ISE CTP3 vs ISE RC, and Teched2009 Demos

    There were quite a few name changes in the ISE Object Model from CTP3 to RC Using Update-TypeData, we can achieve some parity between the two We can add aliases to the CTP3 version to make it look like the RC Version For example, <Name>System.Management.Automation.Host.PSGHost</Name>...
  • Blog Post: 574 Reasons Why We Are So Proud and Optimistic About W7 and WS08R2

    In my previous blog post , I mentioned that we were all very proud and optimistic about W7 and WS08R2. There are tons of reasons for this including how well the project has been run, the hardcore focus on quality and performance, the great new features, etc. Another reason we are so optimistic is the...
  • Blog Post: NY Times Delcares PowerShell to be 30% of the value of Windows 7 :-)

    Wow - the NY Times is Johnny-on-the-spot with their analysis of the 10 best features of Windows 7 for IT Pros HERE . It turns out that PowerShell is responsible for 3 of them! Come review time, I'm telling my boss that we're responsible for 30% of the value of W7. :-) !!! Just to be clear - I'm totally...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell will be installed by default on Windows Server 08 R2 (WS08R2) and Windows 7 (W7)!

    Yes that’s right, it’s not a typo. At today’s PDC, all attendees received a Pre Beta of WS08R2 & W7 (there are advantages to going to the PDC J ). Every version has PowerShell installed by default. The one exception is Server Core were we are trying to make everything an optional install. Our vision...
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