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In this first of several shows focusing on Windows PowerShell, architect evangelist David Aiken shows some basic "getting started" commands in Windows PowerShell.
The show covers help, basic cmdlet usage, formatting, objects, navigation and safety.
In this show, we take a look at some more Windows PowerShell Cmdlets and how we can use Windows PowerShell to easily manage Windows Vista.
Jeffrey Snover and I have written up a blog post on this show that is available on the Windows Vista Team blog. You can see the commands used in this…
Datacastle uses PowerShell to work with Hyper-V for quicker tests across many configurations and for quicker and improved deployment at customer sites. Datacastle Vice President of Quality Assurance Barry Preppernau talks with ISV Architect Evangelist Bruce Kyle about how he uses PowerShell in…
In this PDC Hands On Lab Cast Ron Jacobs will walk you through Lab 6 which demonstrates management features of the new Application Server code named "Dublin" including integration with IIS manager and a rich set of PowerShell cmdlets.
Join James Brundage, Windows PowerShell Test Team SDE, as he introduces the -Object family of cmdlets.
Continue your video tour of Windows PowerShell V2 via
MSDN Channel9 and
TechNET Edge. Find reusable scripts and techniques at the
PowerShell Script-Center. …
Join Krishna Vutukuri, Windows PowerShell SDE, as he demonstrates how to create and use Romote Sessions. Learn how to invoke remote commands, establish remote session persistence, and enter an existing session.
Continue your video tour of Windows PowerShell V2 via…
Cmdlets are small scripts used in Windows Powershell. You can find
documentation here, and you can download
Cmdlets here. What you may not have known is that Bing has a visual search for Cmdlets that can save you some time. Once the results
load, you can see the top 12 on the left…