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PowerTip: Find all the Azure Automation jobs that will run in the next two days

Summary: Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, Thomas Rayner, shows how to find all the Azure Automation jobs that will run in the next two days. Is there a way to find all the Azure Automation jobs that will run in the next two days? Use the Get-AzureAutomationSchedule cmdlet, and check out the NextRun attribute. Here is an example: Get-...

PSScriptAnalyzer deep dive – Part 1 of 4

Summary: Thomas Rayner, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, shows the basics about how to use PSScriptAnalyzer. Hello! I’m Thomas Rayner, a Cloud and Datacenter Management Microsoft MVP, filling in for The Scripting Guy this week. You can find me on Twitter (@MrThomasRayner), or posting on my blog, workingsysadmin.com. This week...

Nearly everything has changed for SQL Server PowerShell

2016 was the best year in SQL PowerShell history! I guess I should have mentioned that here sooner. Wired® Magazine recently said that Microsoft SQL Server was the surprise hit of the year. The primary cited reason is the SQL Server port to Linux, but there are several other reasons to be really excited about SQL Server and SQL Server ...

View passwords of wireless profiles without using netsh.exe

Ever since the GUI lost the ability to view the password of a wireless profile, I wanted to provide this functionality in PowerShell. A search of the Internet for how to view the password of a Wi-Fi profile returns numerous examples of how to use netsh.exe to accomplish this. I wrote a previous blog post about how to view Wi-Fi profiles, and ...

Visual Studio Code editing features for PowerShell development – Part 2

Summary: Editing features for Visual Studio Code that use the PowerShell extension. Welcome to Part 2 about editing features of Visual Studio Code. Everything that we  examined in Part 1 of this series is about Visual Studio Code editing features that are available without the PowerShell extension installed! They apply to your markdown, JSON...

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