Automation/Scripting


Understanding PowerShell Class Inheritance

Inheritance will save you a ton of time when creating similar classes by repurposing some of the work you've already done and cutting down on redundancy.

How To Navigate the Windows Registry Like a File System

With the help of PowerShell cmdlets, navigating a registry is made a lot simpler.

How To Get Detailed Information on Your Server's Processes with PowerShell

While many know that the Get-Process command in PowerShell can provide basic process information, it can also display specific details with some minor tweaks.

How To Work with PowerShell in Linux

Is it possible to remotely monitor with PowerShell installed on a Linux machine?

How To Install PowerShell on Linux

Even if you have little experience with Linux, getting PowerShell up and running will only take a few simple steps.

Q&A: Why You're Writing Your PowerShell Functions Wrong!

Don Jones, TechMentor presenter and cochair, discusses some of his observations on how people are using PowerShell, and how they could do a better job.

Q&A: PowerShell for Office 365

A Microsoft SharePoint MVP shares his insights on what PowerShell can do for you with Office 365.

Azure Active Directory Domain Services Goes Live

Microsoft this week announced that its Azure Active Directory Domain Services is commercially available.

Windows Nano Server Deployment 101, Part 2: The Execution

Navigate the uncharted Nano Server deployment waters with this step-by-step guide.

How To Get PowerShell to Write Scripts for You

Recall earlier scripts to save a ton of time.

Microsoft Said To Fix PowerShell Problems with Latest Window 10 Update

Microsoft is now giving an all-clear signal, of sorts, with regard to PowerShell issues caused by a late August Windows 10 update release.

Windows 10 Update KB3176934 Breaks PowerShell

The update to Windows 10 version 1607 that was released on Aug. 23 breaks PowerShell and should be deferred, Microsoft announced this week.

How To Create an Active Directory Account in PowerShell

Going the PowerShell route will save you time when creating a large batch of new Active Directory users.

How To Build a Better PowerShell Test-Connection Function with Proxy Commands

It's easier to modify an existing cmdlet to your needs than writing one from scratch.

How To Automatically Run PowerShell Scripts at a Scheduled Time

The trick is to getting your run prompt to run correctly in the Windows Task Scheduler.

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