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  • Windows PowerShell Blog

    HanselMinutes Interview

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    I had the pleasure to do an interview with Scott Hanselman. If you aren't already a regular HanselMinutes listener, I can strongly recommend it. Scott is super smart, articulate and entertaining. BTW - if you ever have a chance to see Scott demo PowerShell...
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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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    PDC09 SVR12 and SVR13 Slides

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    Slides for the two PDC 09 sessions - SVR12 and SVR13 attached. Enjoy Cheers Nana [MSFT] --- Narayanan Lakshmanan [MSFT] Developer Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell Visit the Windows PowerShell ScriptCenter...
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    MSIgnite BRK4452 - Writing Windows PowerShell DSC Resources and Configurations

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    Recordings of MS Ignite 2015 session BRK4452 : Writing Windows PowerShell DSC Resources and Configurations are now available online . As mentioned in the session you can download the demo modules using the following code: Find-Module -Tag BRK4452...
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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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    Meet the Exchange Superstars!

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    Now you can meet the superstars (Vivek Sharma and Mihai Jalobeanu) behind the Exchange Management Shell in a video interview at: http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/07/20/428366.aspx You can also get a demo of the Exchange Management Shell (which...
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    PowerScripting Podcast 3/19/08 Part 2

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    Part 2 of my interview for the PowerScripting Podcast is now available HERE. Enjoy! Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at:    http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell Visit the Windows...
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    All crosshairs on the same prairie dog

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    When I lived in Colorado, I picked up the great concept/phrase, "All crosshairs on the same prairie dog". Damon Cortesi recent blog highlights this principle. http://dcortesi.com/2006/09/07/windows-powershell/ He posted a blog about the verbosity...
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    Get Great Software and Help Haiti

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    I’m always impressed by the level of creativity of the people in the PowerShell community.  I remember having my socks knocked off the first time I saw what SoftwareFX did with PowerGadgets .  I could not believe the things that they were doing...
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    Accessing data past the end of an array

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    In the newsgroup Microsoft.Public.Windows.PowerShell Marco Shaw asked about accessing data past the end of a defined array. He wondered why he didn't get an error. As a general rule in PowerShell, when you ask for something that doesn't exist, you...
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    PowerShell Build Environment for Windows SDK

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    The Windows SDK team would like your feedback on what features you would like most in a future Windows SDK. One of your choices is a PowerShell Build Environment. If this is something that would be useful to you, go HERE and take the survey and let them...
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    PowerShell Interview

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    I recently did a pretty wide ranging interview for TechNet with Osama Sajid.  They broke it up into 3 sections.  You can find the first section (along with pointers to the others) HERE .  In part 3 I talk about the idea of Integrated Lifetime...
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    PowerShell Analyzer is Now Available for Purchase

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    Karl Prosser has been doing great things with PowerShell Analyzer for quite some time now and has finally decided to join forces with Dr. Tobias Weltner and go commercial with it. Given the amazing amount of time and creative thinking that Karl has put...
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    PowerShell Analyzer: The Video

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    If you haven't already installed PowerShell analyzer, you can now check out want it does by watching the video. Karl Prosser recently released a 7 minute video showing you a run-through (as opposed to a walk-through) of its features. Now that fact that...
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    Port25 Interview

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    I recently did an interview with Sam Ramji of Port25. I must say that I really enjoyed this talk. Sam is a a really smart guy and we had a blast exploring a wide range of topics. http://port25.technet.com/archive/2006/11/14/powershell-released-an-interview...
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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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    Apologies to Lee Holmes

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    10,000 apologies to Lee Holmes for not including his book in the Tower of Power pic (it was next to my keyboard - note all the bookmarks). Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http...
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    VI PowerScripter From icomasoft

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    icomasoft has just released VI PowerScripter . PowerScripter is a PowerShell based extension module to VMWare's VI Client. I have not seen it but looking at the online manual has got to make any admin start drooling. The thing I like about this so much...
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    Check Spelling Script

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    After reading Marcel's introductory piece on ScriptBlock, I decided to rewrite an old script of mine that checks the spelling of all text files in a directory. Here is what I came out with. #region Parse a line to a list of words $StringFind = ...
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    PowerPack Challenge

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    Quest Software’s PowerPack Challenge’09 is on... calling all script warriors to show their skills. See the details here - http://powergui.org/powerpackchallenge.jspa Happy Scritping Osama Sajid, Program Manager
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    2 + 2 equals "Monday Evening"

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    I wanted to follow up on Jeffrey's post and one of the comments. It has to do with this example: PS> [int]1/2 0.5 The reason that we get a double rather than an int is because of precedence. The conversion has a higher precedence than the division...
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    Congratulations to Quest Software

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    We just held a partner Conference in Denver. We give awards to recognize those partners that really "get it" and are able to take our technologies and use them to develop great customer solutions. Quest Software was awarded Global ISV Partner of the Year...
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    Best of Tech.Ed 2006 (BOSTON)

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    TechNet has made the provided videos of the top rated sessions of the TechEd 2006 Boston conference available at: http://www.microsoft.com/emea/itshowtime/ My talk: Windows PowerShell: Next Generation Command Line Scripting is available at: http...
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    Congratulations to the PowerGUI Team

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    Kirk Munro blog entry HERE says that PowerGUI has just it the 100,000 download milestone. This comes on the heels of them winning the Breakthrough Product Award at TechEd. These guys are on a roll! Congratulations to the entire team! Jeffrey Snover...
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    What’s for DinnerNow? Alphabet Soup.

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    DinnerNow is a .NET demo application that uses the latest and greatest .NET technologies. The nice thing about it is that it shows you how to use these technologies working together in the context of a real-world application. The individual teams typically...
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