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UK PowerShell Users group being formed

Richard Siddaway and Thomas Lee are trying to get a PowerShell Users Group started in the UK.  If you are interested, let them know at: http://tfl09.blogspot.com/2006/11/uk-powershell-user-group-anyone.html Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]Windows PowerShell/Aspen ArchitectVisit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at:    http://blogs.msdn...
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Transcript of Solving Management Problems with Windows PowerShell

Along with Jeffrey, I presented Solving Management Problems with Windows PowerShell session at TechEd Barcelona.   Many people asked for the script examples  I used during the presentation. Attached zip file contains transcript as well as input files used during presentation...
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Transcript from my IT Forum Chalk and Talk

During my IT Forum Chalk and Talk on PowerShell Utilities, I created a transcript and promised to post it.  The talk was really free form with me responding to the various questions from the audience so that transcript does not follow any particular storyline.  Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]Windows PowerShell/MMC ArchitectVisit the Windows ...
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Port25 Interview

I recently did an interview with Sam Ramji of Port25.   I must say that I really enjoyed this talk.  Sam is a a really smart guy and we had a blast exploring a wide range of topics. http://port25.technet.com/archive/2006/11/14/powershell-released-an-interview-with-architect-jeffrey-snover.aspx Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]...
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Windows PowerShell & Windows Vista

We've had many questions about when Windows PowerShell will be released for Windows Vista. We plan to release Windows PowerShell 1.0 by January 31st, 2007.  Cheers! Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]Windows PowerShell/MMC ArchitectVisit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at:    http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShellVisit the Windows PowerShell...
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IIS7 and PowerShell – the Lovefest

I had the great honor of demoing PowerShell and IIS7 during BobMu's keynote address at IT Forum in Barcelona.  It is awesome what these two technologies can deliver when used together.  You can find out more about this at the following link: http://www.iis.net/News/Item.aspx?i=1213 10,000 thanks to Sergei Antonov (IIS developer) Bill...
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No, really – PowerShell V1.0 IS released :-)

A log   It turns out that having it available on a particular day means different things to different people.  After all, a day has 24 hours in it.  Add the fact that we announced in Barcelona which is 9 hours off Redmond time and you've got 33 hours of interpretation.  :-) 10,000 apologizes for the inconvience.  It ...
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IT Forum Day One: Windows Vista and Windows PowerShell

I thought you might enjoy my blog entry on the Windows Vista blog.  Those guys have a much cooler background than we have.  :-)   http://windowsvistablog.com/blogs/windowsvista/archive/2006/11/14/it-forum-day-one-windows-vista-and-windows-powershell.aspx Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]Windows PowerShell/MMC ArchitectVisit the ...
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It's a Wrap! Windows PowerShell 1.0 Released!

Today at the keynote at ITForum in Barcelona, we announced the official release of Windows PowerShell 1.0!   For those of you unfamiliar with Windows PowerShell, it is a best of breed next-generation commandline shell designed from the ground up to be flexible and powerful while still remaining easy to use. Many thanks go to our ...
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Don't forget your GETs – The importance of naming consistency

PowerShell and SMO are getting together like chocolate and peanut butter.  Yesterday I blogged about Bob Beauchemin's TechEd talk about the today and today I see Dan Sullivan's PowerSMO blog entry: http://pluralsight.com/blogs/dan/archive/2006/11/07/41936.aspx .   Dan includes the scripts he used in a ZIP file so you ...
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