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Weekend Scripter: Team Talk About Why to Upgrade to PowerShell 4.0

Summary: Windows PowerShell program manager, John Slack, talks about upgrading to Windows PowerShell 4.0. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we have John Slack, a program manager in the Windows PowerShell team as our guest blogger... Do you use the version of Windows PowerShell that ships with your operating system? Do you ...

Number 1 Reason to Upgrade to PowerShell 4.0: Desired State Configuration

Summary: Windows PowerShell MVP, Dave Wyatt, says the number 1 reason to upgrade to Windows PowerShell 4.0 is Desired State Configuration. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today, Dave Wyatt, is back to share his ideas about upgrading to Windows PowerShell 4.0. Dave is a Microsoft MVP (Windows PowerShell) and a member of ...

My Path to a PowerShell 4.0 Upgrade

Summary: Microsoft IIS MVP, Terri Donahue, talks about her path to upgrading to Windows PowerShell 4.0. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Welcome new guest blogger, Terri Donahue. Microsoft IIS MVP, Terri Donahue is a systems administrator who has been supporting Internet Information Services (IIS) since version 4.0. ...

Upgrade to PowerShell 4.0 Because It Is Easier to Use

Summary: Microsoft PowerShell MVP, Teresa Wilson (aka Scripting Wife), talks about upgrading to Windows PowerShell 4.0 because it is easier to use. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today I continue my series of posts about upgrading to Windows PowerShell 4.0 by turning over the keyboard to Windows PowerShell MVP, Teresa ...

Using PowerShell CIM Cmdlets to Explore WMI Classes

Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, shares an excerpt about WMI and CIM from his book, Windows PowerShell Best Practices. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today I have an excerpt from my new book, Windows PowerShell Best Practices, which is published by Microsoft Press. The CIM cmdlets in Windows PowerShell support ...

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