Scripting Blog [archived]

Formerly known as the "Hey, Scripting Guy!" blog

Hey, Scripting Guy! The Story of a Large Script Project

(image)  Hello, everyone. This is Clint Huffman, this time writing from Seattle, Washington, in the United States. I have hijacked this blog. Don’t tell Ed. Just joking. Actually, Ed Wilson allowed me the honor of filling in for him on one of the blog posts and I hope he isn’t disappointed. I’ve been working on the ...

Hey, Scripting Guy! Using the Windows Presentation Foundation PowerShell Kit to Create a GUI

(image)  About the author: Doug Finke is a Microsoft PowerShell MVP working for Lab49, a company that builds advanced applications for the financial service industry. Over the last 20 years, Doug has been a developer and author working with numerous technologies. You can catch up with Doug on his blog. The Scripting Guys recently ...

Hey, Scripting Guy! The AutoSPInstaller Windows PowerShell Script

(image)   About the author: Brian Lalancette is a consultant at Navantis, Inc. He is MCTS certified with more than 10 years’ experience in various Microsoft platforms, including SharePoint, ISA Server, and Live Communications, and has just recently caught Windows PowerShell fever. You can follow his blog on SharePoint, ...

Hey, Scripting Guy! How Can I Use the DataGrid Control in Windows PowerShell?

(image)  About the author: Ravikanth works at Dell, Inc., as a lead engineer in the Microsoft SharePoint solutions team. He loves automation and is a Windows PowerShell fanatic. He writes regularly on his blog about topics related to Windows PowerShell, SharePoint, and Microsoft server virtualization. He is also a moderator on the Hey, ...

Hey, Scripting Guy! How Can I Receive All Windows PowerShell Jobs?

(image)   (image) Hey, Scripting Guy! I like the idea of using Windows PowerShell jobs in a script. The problem is that I have multiple jobs I want to run. I would like to be able to wait until all the jobs have completed, and then receive the jobs all at once. Is this possible? I looked around at the job cmdlets and I do not see an ...