If you need to generate Hyper-V inventory reports but don't want the hassle of writing your own custom PowerShell script, here is a shortcut.
Microsoft recently announced a bunch of tooling updates for organizations using Office 365 and Azure solutions.
Microsoft has evolved Flow into a very capable workflow automation platform. The catch is that if you want to use Flow to its fullest potential, you'll need to pay a little extra.
Here's how to streamline your PowerShell query process to avoid returning a huge list of applications.
The Control Panel has long been Microsoft's workhorse for deleting unwanted apps. But while this method works fine most of the time, it's not exactly scalable.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that the PowerShell 7 Preview 3 scripting solution is now available.
Brien walks you through the basics of building a PowerShell script that examines remote servers one at a time.
Amid the Build news this week, some quiet open source tools bombshells were dropped by Microsoft.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that the Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module reached the "general availability" release stage.
Kaspersky Lab this week described more about a zero-day Windows vulnerability (CVE-2019-0859) that its researchers recently discovered, and how PowerShell was used by the exploit.
Microsoft on Friday announced plans to replace Windows PowerShell with its newest Core product, which will be called "PowerShell 7."
A quick primer on one of the most useful tools in PowerShell scripting.
Despite its weird name, splatting can be a really handy technique if you create a lot of PowerShell scripts.
Your screen doesn't have to be PowerShell's only output device. As Brien shows, the Out verb lets you redirect PowerShell's output in a variety of useful ways.
PowerShell sometimes displays far more information than you can comfortably digest. Thankfully, there are ways to display only the information that really matters.