The PowerShell Team is happy to announce the availability of WMF 5.0 RTM via the Microsoft Update Catalog, bringing the improvements delivered in WMF 5.0 to large-scale deployments. IT Administrators can now use existing tools such as Windows Server Update Services (WSUS),
I neglected to mention that the DSC resource debugging enabling Cmdlet, Enable-DscDebug, is available only in the Technical Preview 5 release and this was not available when this blog was first published. My sincerest apologies for that. Fortunately this release is now available at:
System Center 2016 Preview and Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5 released
We’re excited to announce the availability of Package Management related PowerShell modules targeted for PowerShell 4 and PowerShell 3. The MSI based installer can be downloaded from Microsoft Download Center!
This preview consists of modules PackageManagement (formerly known as OneGet) and PowerShellGet.
In an effort to improve the validation capability of PowerShell Script Analyzer, we are running a series of contests. We want you – the community members – to help us identify underhanded PowerShell scripts, and then create rules to catch them.