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PowerShellGet 3.0 Preview 2

PowerShellGet 3.0 preview 2 is now available on the PowerShell Gallery. The focus of this release is the Install-PSResource parameter, error messages, and warnings. For a full list of the issues addressed by this release please refer to this GitHub project. Note: For background information on PowerShellGet 3.0 please refer to the blog...

PowerShell Gallery TLS Support

Summary To provide the best-in-class encryption to our customers, the PowerShell Gallery has deprecated Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions 1.0 and 1.1 as of April 2020. The Microsoft TLS 1.0 implementation has no known security vulnerabilities. But because of the potential for future protocol downgrade attacks and other TLS ...

PowerShellGet 3.0 Preview 1

We are excited to announce that our first preview release of PowerShellGet 3.0 is now available on the PowerShell Gallery. This is a major update to PowerShell's experience for discovering, installing, updating and publishing PowerShell resources like modules, DSC resources, role capabilities and scripts. This was first proposed in RFC PR...

PowerShellGet and PackageManagement in PowerShell Gallery and GitHub

As of today, PowerShellGet is an open source project, and both the PowerShellGet and PackageManagement modules are available in the PowerShell Gallery. Moving PowerShellGet to Open Source PowerShellGet is now a repo under github.com/PowerShell. Of course, the PackageManagement module is already open-sourced as it is part of the OneGet ...

Package Management Preview for PowerShell 4 & 3 is now available

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. The versions of these modules ...

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&...

Setting up an Internal PowerShellGet Repository

At TechEd, we announced and released an early version of PowerShellGet: a package manager for PowerShell modules.  The response was positive, and many people asked the same type of question:   “Can I set up my own internal repository for PowerShellGet?”   Many enterprise-oriented houses want the ability to create ...

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