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MMS2007: SW10 Advanced PowerShell Scripting

Attached is a zip file which contains the PowerPoint slides and demo scripts for my SW10 Advanced  PowerShell Scripting talk that I'm about to give at MMS2007.  Enjoy! Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]Windows Management Partner ArchitectVisit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at:    http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShellVisit ...
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MMS2007: Managing Systems Using PowerShell

[3/20/07 - Updated zip file with Demo-ManagingAD.Txt] Attached is a zip file which contains the PowerPoint slides and demo scripts for my SW08 Managing Systems Using PowerShell talk that I'm about to give at MMS2007.  Enjoy! Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]Windows Management Partner ArchitectVisit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at:  ...

Announced: PowerShell to Ship in Windows Server (Longhorn)!!!!

The rate of PowerShell adoption has been quite stunning.  We've all been amazed by the momentum.  Here are a few datapoints: I'm here at the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) in San Diego and the momentum is growing! And now for the biggie: It's a pretty big day for us in the PowerShell world.  Cheers! Jeffrey Snover [...
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Thread.ApartmentState and PowerShell Execution Thread

Recently someone, in internal discussion groups, asked if it is possible to set “ApartmentState” on the powershell’s execution thread. I thought this info is useful to some of you and hence this blog.  To touch basics on ApartmentState see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/cpref/html/...
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MMS: SW08 Revised Title/Abstract

Here is another change for those of you coming to MMS. Yesterday I reviewed the demo that we'll be showing at this session and was really excited by what I saw. We video taped it for Channel9 so if you miss the talk/demo, you'll be able to see it sometime in the future SW08 Managing systems with Windows PowerShell/Managing AD using ...
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MMS: SW09 Revised Title/Abstract

I hope to see some of you at MMS (Microsoft Management Summit) in San Diego next week. I'll be giving a number of talks and will be around a lot so please come introduce yourself and say howdy.  I'm pleased to announce a change in the title and abstract for my SW09 talk on Thursday. Scott Hanselman is going to join me and show you some of ...
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Test-Path: We Goofed

Test-Path: We Goofed!    (also known as a documentation errata…) Test-Path is a very handy little cmdlet. You submit a path and it tells you (TRUE/FALSE) whether the elements of the path exist on the computer. You can use it to determine whether particular files or folders are present (or missing) or to look for a registry key that ...
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Windows Server 2003 SP2 upgrade

Because of the nature of the Windows Service pack (SP) releases, all the windows updates are consumed by SP upgrade. So once you upgrade to a new SP all the updates that were installed earlier cannot be uninstalled.  Since Windows PowerShell is released as an update to Windows, upgrading to W2k3 SP2 will remove the powershell ...

Monad Manifesto – the Origin of Windows PowerShell

A Attached is a public version of the original Monad Manifesto. This is not a Windows PowerShell whitepaper nor is it an accurate description of how V1.0 works. This is a version of the original Monad Manifesto which articulated the long term vision and started the development effort which became PowerShell. Many of the elements described in...
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