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PowerTip: Get a list of suspended Azure Automation jobs

Summary: Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, Thomas Rayner, shows how get a list of all your suspended Azure Automation jobs. I think I have an Azure Automation job that is getting suspended for running too long. How can I verify this? You can use the Get-AzureRmAutomationJob cmdlet and its -Status flag to get this information. Here is an ...

PSScriptAnalyzer deep dive – Part 3 of 4

Summary: Thomas Rayner, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, shows how to use Pester to get nUnit formatted results out of 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, ...

PowerTip: Convert from UTC to my local time zone

Summary: Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, Thomas Rayner, shows how write a function to convert from UTC to your local time zone. I have a time that I’d like to convert from UTC to my local time zone. How can I do this? You can write your own function to do this, and use the [System.TimeZoneInfo] .NET class and associated methods to ...

PSScriptAnalyzer deep dive – Part 2 of 4

Summary: Thomas Rayner, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, shows how to suppress, include, and exclude PSScriptAnalyzer rules. 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...

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...