TechNet Webcast: An Overview of Windows PowerShell (Level 200)

PowerShell Team

Don Jones is going to give a TechNet Webcast about PowerShell.  Don is a very good speaker and has great ways of explaining things so it should be well worth your time.  BTW, Don is the author of the upcoming book Windows PowerShell: TFM (as in the TFM of RTFM). Don also has a great PowerShell Blog and a Script-specific Search Engine

Event Name: TechNet Webcast: An Overview of Windows PowerShell (Level 200)
Start Date: 12/19/2006
Start Time: 1:00 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
End Date: 12/19/2006
End Time: 2:00 PM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)


Join this webcast to experience Windows PowerShell, the way everyone will be automating Windows and other Microsoft server products in the years to come. This session is far more than a simple introduction. Scripting guru Don Jones shows you how to start making Windows administration faster and easier when you use Windows PowerShell interactively to manage services, access control lists, the registry, and much more— all with no scripting required. We also provide an overview of Windows PowerShell security.

Presenter: Don Jones, Scripting Guru, Author, SAPIEN Technology

Don Jones is the founder of, a site dedicated to improving Windows administration through scripting and automation. Don is the first on-staff scripting guru at SAPIEN Technology. He has been helping Windows administrators create automation solutions since 2003 and is the author of a half-dozen books on scripting and automation technologies. Don and Jeffery Hicks are coauthors of Windows PowerShell: TFM (SAPIEN Press, 2006), the definitive manual to using Windows PowerShell to make Windows administration easier and more effective.

You can sign up for the webcast here: TechNet Webcast: An Overview of Windows PowerShell (Level 200)

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