Jason Ryberg is a Consultant for Microsoft, where he writes PowerShell code and provides DevOps support. Have you ever wanted to boot to WinPE in Azure and select an Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) Task Sequence? As part of an informal cloud-readiness evaluation,
Summary: Here’s a look at the many features of the PowerShell debugger for Visual Studio Code.
In previous blog posts, we covered how to get started with PowerShell development in Visual Studio Code and the editing features of Visual Studio Code and the PowerShell extension.
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?
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,
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.
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!
Summary: The editing features of Visual Studio Code come in handy as you develop your PowerShell scripts.
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In the previous blog post, we explained how to get started with PowerShell development in Visual Studio Code.
Summary: Use these PowerShell cmdlets to migrate to SharePoint Online.
Today’s post is from Christopher Weaver, who is a Microsoft Premier Field Engineer (PFE) and focuses on SharePoint and Office 365 solutions for large enterprise Premier customers. He has been doing PowerShell and SharePoint with Microsoft for nine years.
Summary: Learn about the power of the Where[-Object] cmdlet in PowerShell.
Can I do a WHERE clause with an IN, in PowerShell?
Today’s post is from Aaron Nelson ( blog | twitter ), who is a Microsoft MVP for SQL Server (Data Platform),
Summary: Learn some handy tips to make Visual Studio Code work more like the ISE.
I was very intrigued with the release of Visual Studio Code last year. An editor that is light-weight and integrated with Git is something worth considering.