We’ve got a great lineup of sessions and speakers scheduled for the upcoming PowerShell Deep Dive in San Diego, CA on April 30 – May 2! The schedule was recently published on The Experts Conference site, and is also listed below for convenience.
This blog post explains how to resolve problems that may occur when you install Windows Management Framework (WMF) 3.0 Beta. WMF 3.0 Beta includes Windows PowerShell 3.0 Beta. You can find the WMF 3.0 Beta installation package on the Microsoft Download Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=240290.
One of the most common phone calls that the support team gets for Windows PowerShell is “How do I use Task Scheduler to schedule Windows PowerShell scripts?”. As an administrator, you need to have full control over when scripts run in your environment.
Meet the new kid on the block! Windows PowerShell Workflow (PSWF) is the latest addition to the Windows PowerShell family.
First, let’s establish the context for the decision to integrate workflows into Windows PowerShell. It starts with cloud computing and Windows-based datacenters.
We can check our emails, go on Facebook, and get news feeds on our favorite topics from anywhere and everywhere. Then why not manage our machines from everywhere as well! Windows Server 8 Beta brings you the new feature, Windows PowerShell Web Access,
Windows PowerShell Web Access lets you manage your Windows Servers anywhere and anytime.
Windows PowerShell MVPs are excited about Windows PowerShell Web Access. We just had a MVP summit here at Microsoft and I had the pleasure of talking to some of our MVPs.
Yesterday we published a Beta version of the Windows Management Framework 3.0.
Windows Management Framework 3.0 Beta makes some updated management functionality available to earlier versions of Windows. Windows Management Framework 3.0 Beta can be installed on the following Operating Systems:
Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (32-bit &