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PowerShell DSC Azure Extension 1.5 is now available

We’re excited to announce version 1.5 of the Azure DSC extension, which now supports Windows Server 2012 (in addition to Windows Server 2012 R2). Version 1.5 uses the Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview November 2014. You can see the history for previous releases in this post...
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Release history for the Azure DSC Extension

On August 2014 we introduced the Azure Desired State Configuration (DSC) Extension, which can be used to upload and apply a DSC configuration on an Azure VM. UPDATE 3/15/2018 Going forward, the DSC Extension release history will be published in the DSC Extension documentation (only). https://docs.microsoft.com/powershell/dsc/...
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PowerShell Remote Script Debugging in the ISE

This is the second of a series of blogs discussing the new PowerShell 5.0 script debugging features.  These new features are available through the PowerShell 5.0 preview, which is part of the WMF (Windows Management Foundation) 5.0 preview that you can get from HERE. In this blog I will discuss the new features that support remote script ...
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PowerShell Break All Command

The PowerShell team has added some new script debugging features for version 5.0.  I’ll be talking about these new features in a series of blogs starting with the new PowerShell Break All command.  PowerShell 5.0 has been released as a preview over the last few months.  While PowerShell is in preview new features are ...
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Introducing: PowerShell Gallery

PowerShellGet is an exciting new feature releasing in WMF 5.0 Preview.  With it, you can easily discover, install, update, and publish PowerShell modules to and from online repositories – simplifying the process of sharing PowerShell content. While we’ve talked about how to set up your own repository in the past, we haven&...

Documenting DSC Part 2

In a previous post, we introduced the team of writers working on documenting DSC. (You can always contact them at DSCIX@microsoft.com.) We’ve started out by bringing the existing documentation up to date (the topics for all of the built-in resources have been brought current, for example) and transferring all or parts of most of the...

Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview November 2014 is now available

We’re excited to announce Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview November 2014, a new package publicizing new and exciting management technologies, is now available for download on Download Center! This Windows Management Framework (WMF) preview includes everything from WMF 5.0 Preview September 2014 plus some new improvements.You&...

Documenting DSC

We have a new team of content developers focusing on documenting Desired State Configuration (DSC). Led by our manager Steve Kaczmarek, the team comprises Jaime Ondrusek, Corey Plett, and Eric Slesar. A little background:   Steve – I joined Microsoft in 2003 and manage the Management and Automation content development team. In ...

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