The Demystified Series is pleased to present a collection of screencasts on
Windows Authorization Manager (AzMan). Keith Brown, a contributing editor for MSDN Magazine and co-founder of PluralSight, states that this series provides, “…what may be your first look at Authorization Manager – a…
Last week you saw
Jeffrey Snover talking about Monad here on Channel 9. Here's his demo of Monad. Monad is the code-name for a new command shell for Windows.
In this video Jeffrey talks about the five concepts of Monad that you'll need to know to get started.
If you were at the PDC last fall you might have heard about Monad. That's the code-name for a new command shell. Jason Nadal,
on his blog, said he was "blown away" by what he saw.
So, of course, we had to track down the Architect on the team (officially named the "Administration…
On this week’s Community Corner, Dan Stolts talks with
John Weston about Windows Server “Longhorn” (now Windows Server 2008).
They dive into some of the new features in Windows Server 2008, including Powershell and Virtualization.
– Your Show Host…
New MVP Andy Malone talks with John Weston about Windows Server "Longhorn" (now Windows Server 2008). Andy is a technical trainer as well as the Managing Director of Quality Training Ltd. in Scotland. They discuss the new features in Windows Server "Longhorn"
such as built-in…
Jeffrey Snover has been on Channel 9 before
talking about Monad. That was a popular video so we thought we'd have him back on Channel 9 to give us some more thoughts on Monad. You can read more on the
Monad blog and there's
a Monad Wiki that you can participate on too. Jeffrey is one of…
What do you give to the architect that has everything? How about a grab bag of really good advice an interesting discussion with a very smart architect and fellow podcaster Scott Hanselman? This episode defies a single description because we covered so much
ground but if you have ever listened…
In this final part, David shows how you can build a simple MMC Snapin using managed code, to host Windows PowerShell.
The custom MMC view is created using a windows forms usercontrol, and provides custom actions for the listed services.
The code used in the demo is available at…
In this 2nd part of 3, David builds upon part 1, by using the PSObject.BaseObject to access the strongly typed data.
Then you will see how to enable interaction between PowerShell and your GUI via a custom host, using PSHost and PSHostUserInterface.
The code used in the…
In this first of 3 parts, David demonstrates how you can host Windows PowerShell from a Windows Forms application using PowerShell's RunSpace classes and PSObject.
Hosting Windows PowerShell in your own GUI allows you to create administration functionality in Windows PowerShell, giving you…