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  • Server Core 2008 R2 will include ASP.NET and PowerShell to be installed as options

    Kirk Jackson reports that Server Core 2008 R2 will soon allow ASP.NET and PowerShell to be installed as options which will help better manage server core installs. http://pageofwords.com/blog/2008/11/14/ServerCore2008R2WillIncludeASPNETAndPowerShell.aspx
    Posted to Announcements/Events (Forum) by ps2 on 11-17-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, ASP.NET
  • Using PowerShell’s PsParser::Tokenize, Discover Functions in PowerShell Scripts

    One of the new features in PowerShell version 2.0 are Modules, which allow PowerShell code to be organized in self-contained, reusable units. Doug Finke has written a Get-Functions Script which takes a single file, a list of files or the –Recurse switch. The switch finds all the functions in all...
    Posted to General (Forum) by ps2 on 11-17-2008
    Filed under: Modules, PowerShell
  • PowerShell Certification

    Richard Siddaway reports that PowerShell certification was discussed at the panel discussion at TechEd EMEA recently. The consensus of the panel was that there should not be a specific PowerShell certification. Read more of his blog at Richard Siddaway’s blog at: http://richardsiddaway.spaces.live...
    Posted to Announcements/Events (Forum) by ps2 on 11-19-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, Certification, TechEd
  • Basic PowerShell Concepts

    Chapter 2 of Windows PowerShell Unleashed , published by Sams and authored by Tyson Kopczynski, Pete Handley and Marco Shaw covers the key aspects of PowerShell Version 1. You can read Chapter 2 here: http://www.networkworld.com/subnets/microsoft/102808-ch2-windows-powershell.html
    Posted to General (Forum) by ps2 on 11-19-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, Concepts
  • Sysinternals Tools – Keeping up to date with PowerShell

    Shay Levy’s written a PowerShell function called Get-Sysinternals.ps1. This script looks at the versions of Sysinternals tools on your system (by default in a folder c:\sysint) and downloads any updated versions. http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/scriptfanatic/archive/2008/09/06/keep-in-sync-with...
    Posted to General (Forum) by ps2 on 12-02-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, SYSInternals
  • TaskAgent & Windows PowerShell – A Series

    At the Argos Users Software conference in October a session was presented on how to extend the standard TaskAgent functionality using scripting with T-SQL and Windows PowerShell. Rossen Totey has written a three part series which can be accessed in the following links. Part 1 - http://abecasinsight.com...
    Posted to General (Forum) by ps2 on 12-03-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, Task Agent
  • PowerShell WMI Based Audit Script

    Alan Renouf has written a PowerShell Audit Script that produces a rich HTML file as output. It is a great demonstration of what you can get from WMI plus what you can do with HTML in PowerShell. The file can be accessed at the following link: http://teckinfo.blogspot.com/2008/10/powershell-audit-script_15...
    Posted to Using Scripts (Forum) by ps2 on 12-09-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, WMI
  • Windows PowerShell Scriptomatic Tool

    A new utility that writes Windows PowerShell scripts that harness the power of WMI (Windows Instrumentation Management) for use in system management and administration. This tool was created by Microsoft consultant and author Ed Wilson. Download here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid...
    Posted to Using Scripts (Forum) by ps2 on 12-09-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, WMI
  • Get SQL Log Messages with Windows PowerShell

    This is a handy script for the SQL Server DBAs. This script retrieves SQL log messages for a specified instance. You can also specify how many of the most recent messages to retrieve. View the script at the following link: http://www.peetersonline.nl/
    Posted to Using SQL Server (Forum) by ps2 on 12-09-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, SQL
  • Zip Files with PowerShell

    Thomas Lee has posted some resources that can be used to create and manipulate Zip files using PowerShell. Using PowerShell and ScriptZipLib, you can create ZIP files. You can view his blog at: http://tfl09.blogspot.com/2008/12/zip-files-with-powershell.html
    Posted to General (Forum) by ps2 on 12-11-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, Zip
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