Microsoft released a "production preview" of its Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.0 solution yesterday.
Here's a look at the Invoke-Command cmdlet and how it will be extended in Windows Server 2016.
Why use third-party tools when all you need to get the job done can be found in Windows?
- By Troy Thompson
The OpenSSH protocol goes way back, but it's recently been making the news.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced "PowerShell for Office 365," a new Web resource for IT pros.
The introduction of containers to Windows Server, Hyper-V and Microsoft Azure tied with Windows PowerShell automation paves the Microsoft path to DevOps and support for cross-platform modern apps.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft likely will tell us more about its cloud-optimized next Windows Server product, including a new Nano Server component, at this week's Build event for developers.
Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of the popular Microsoft scripting engine, forecasts where PowerShell is going and outlines containers' role in automation.
- By John K. Waters
While the process is relatively simple, the steps need to take are a bit confusing.
We build on part one to find more math operators in .NET that can be used in PowerShell.
Be warned: some simple .NET work is involved.
Get the job done quickly with both SharePoint and PowerShell.
- By Spike Xavier
Also create a script that will allow you to pick and choose which information you want to receive.
Microsoft late last week released an experimental solution for maintaining Exchange Server 2013 configurations.
Disk failures happen. Here's how to get back up and running with minimal effort.