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Use PowerShell to Export and to Import Repetitive Commands

  Summary: Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to import and to export command history and avoid writing scripts.   Hey, Scripting Guy! I have worked with other systems where I was able to keep track of the commands that I typed into the console. The neat thing about that was that I could export my commands, and import them into ...

Learn When to Write PowerShell Scripts and When Not To

   Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy Ed Wilson discusses when to write a Windows PowerShell script and when not to write a script.   Hey, Scripting Guy! I am wondering why everyone is talking about Windows PowerShell. To me it seems to simply be another scripting language, and I do not know why I should worry about it. I already ...

iCame, iPod, iScripted: Scripting iTunes conclusion

  [Disclaimer: this is a reprint of a previously published article from the TechNet Script Center FunZone. The FunZone was not migrated from our old platform. It is printed here due to popular demand.] This is part three of a three part series of articles about using VBScript to script iTunes. The first article was published last Sunday, ...

iCame, iPod, iScripted: Scripting iTunes part 2.

  [Disclaimer: this is a reprint of an old Scripting Guys article from the TechNet Script Center FunZone. The FunZone was not migrated from our old platform. It is printed here due to popular demand.] This is part two of a three part series of articles about scripting iTunes with VBScript. See last Sundays article for part one. Bonus ...

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