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  1. Windows PowerShell 2.0 CTP

    Windows PowerShell 2.0 Community Technology Preview (CTP) is now available for download. Brief Description Windows PowerShell 2.0 CTP introduces several significant features to Windows PowerShell 1.0 that extends its use, improves its usability, and allows you to control and managethe Windows environment more easily and comprehensively. Overview Use the Download link on this page to download the installation package for ...

  2. Free PowerShell V1 Book From the Makers of PowerShell Plus

    A free book (Mastering Powershell) is avaialable (567 pages of good stuff) written by Dr Tobias Weltner (creator of PowerShell Plus). Read more at source: http://blogs.msdn.com/...

  3. Windows PowerShell Graphical Help File

    Microsoft released version 1.1 of Windows PowerShell Graphical Help File.Overview View the Windows PowerShell 1.0 help (including cmdlet help and the About topics) in a fully-searchable, graphical format (a standard Windows .chm file). Also included in the help file is the VBScript to Windows PowerShell Conversion Guide and a collection of PowerShell Tips of the Week. And after yesterday I ...

  4. The Top 10 Most Popular Resources around PowerShell for Exchange

    Here are the Top 10 Reads for Administrators using PowerShell on Exchange!

  5. Windows PowerShell V2 Community Technology Preview 2

    Windows PowerShell V2 Community Technology Preview 2 (CTP2) is available to download from the Microsoft site. Brief DescriptionWindows PowerShell V2 CTP2 introduces several significant features to Windows PowerShell 1.0 and Windows PowerShell V2 CTP that extends its use, improves its usability, and allows you to control and manage the Windows environment more easily and comprehensively. OverviewUse the Download link on ...

  6. Windows PowerShell 1.0 Documentation Pack

    Now that the final version of PowerShell has finally RTM'd (read It's a Wrap! Windows PowerShell 1.0 Released! on the the blog of the Windows PowerShell team), Microsoft has also released the Windows PowerShell 1.0 Documentation Pack.The documents included are:The "Getting Started Guide", a 32-page introduction to using the shell and the Powerscript language supported by the Windows PowerShell (GettingStarted.rtf).A ...

  7. Windows PowerShell V2 Community Technology Preview 3

    Windows PowerShell V2 Community Technology Preview 3 (CTP3) is available to download from the Microsoft site. Brief DescriptionWindows PowerShell V2 CTP3 introduces several significant features to Windows PowerShell 1.0 and Windows PowerShell V2 CTPs that extends its use, improves its usability, and allows you to control and manage the Windows environment more easily and comprehensively. OverviewUse the Download link on ...

  8. Windows PowerShell Release Candidate 2

    Microsoft has announced the availability of Microsoft Windows PowerShell RC2, the command line shell and scripting language that helps IT Professionals achieve greater productivity and control of system administration. Using a new admin-focused scripting language and consistent syntax and utilities, Windows PowerShell accelerates automation. Windows PowerShell is easy to adopt, learn, and use, because it works with existing IT infrastructure ...

  9. An Introduction to Microsoft PowerShell

    I was reading Anderson Patricio's Blog, when I found out this cool PowerShell eBook."Forget batch files and set your VBScripts aside: There's a new scripting and automation kid on the block and its name is Microsoft® PowerShell™. Designed from the ground up to be powerful, flexible, consistent, and complete, PowerShell™ promises easier and more efficient Windows and Windows Server System ...

  10. PowerShell is going to be default on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7

    That is a really great news, I've just read on PowerShell Team blog that PowerShell will be installed by default on top of Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7. It means that for us Exchange guys we will have one less step in order to install Exchange Server in the future Operating Systems :) Read more at source:

  11. Basic installation guide for Windows PowerShell Web Access

    Windows PowerShell Web Access is a new feature in Windows Server 2012. It is an IIS application that provides a Windows PowerShell console in a web browser. The IIS application acts as a gateway between the web browser and the machines that you can connect to in your environment. These machines should have Windows PowerShell remoting enabled. The video below ...

  12. Scheduling Background Jobs in Windows PowerShell 3.0

    One of the most common phone calls that the support team gets for Windows PowerShell is "How do I use Task Scheduler to schedule Windows PowerShell scripts?". As an administrator, you need to have full control over when scripts run in your environment. Perhaps you need run a script only during a one-off maintenance window or maybe you want to ...

  13. PowerShell 2.0 CTP

    Next week we'll be releasing a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of Windows PowerShell V2.0. This release will not be for everyone. This morning I wrote 3 blog entries that set your expectation about the CTP. I decided to blog them BEFORE the CTP because when you see what is in the CTP - most of you will make a mad ...

  14. New Exchange 2007 PowerShell Training Package from TrainSignal

    From Scott Lowe who created the content: Stop doing the same tasks over and over again, and start getting more done with less time & effort, thanks to PowerShell! PowerShell is Microsoft's powerful command line shell and task-based scripting technology that gives you the control and flexibility to fully automate system administration tasks! Using real world scenarios, you'll learn the ...

  15. Windows PowerShell RC2 Documentation Pack

    Windows PowerShell RC2 was released some days ago, now you can put your hands in the Documentation Pack.The documents included are:The "Getting Started Guide", a 32-page introduction to using the shell and the Powerscript language supported by the Windows PowerShell (GettingStarted.rtf).A Windows PowerShell Language Quick Reference (quadfold.rtf).The "PowerShell User Guide" (userguide.rtf), a companion document to the Getting Started Guide. You ...

  16. PowerShellIDE 1.0

    I was reading Brettjo's Blog when I found this extraordinary tool:PowerShellIDE is the World's first PowerShell Editor and IDE.It is a graphical user interface that helps explore and exploit the vast power available with PowerShell. It contains a debugger, lets you step through PowerShell scripts, explore variables as you run your scripts and also supports many Intellisense-like functions.Currently, PowerShellIDE is ...

  17. Doing a RBL or MultiRBL check in a Powershell script

    Powershell is the new scripting language that will supersede VBScript and JScript. Exchange 2007 will have built-in powershell functionality, exposing *all* of its operations but as anb Exchange admin you can also use Powershell on Windows xp or 2003. For example, you can check if your Exchange server is blacklisted on the Internet. If you have a large Exchange deployment ...

  18. PowerShell browser toolbar

    Is this cool or is this cool? Shay Levy created an amazing browser toolbar using Conduit community toolbars, that provides one-click access to lots of Powershell related resources. Here’s the list of features (as of July 15, 2009): Search When you click the little down arrow you’ll find a new search option ‘PowerShell Forums Search’. Using this option performs a ...

  19. Overhauling the PowerShell startup process

    An interesting post was blogged in the PowerShell Team Blog (https://blogs.msdn.com) and they explained that running the script below you can increase the speed to open your PowerShell Console, as follows: Set-Alias ngen @(dir (join-path ${env:\windir} "Microsoft.NET\Framework") ngen.exe -recurse |sort -descending lastwritetime)[0].fullName[appdomain]::currentdomain.getassemblies() | %{ngen $_.location} Read more at source: http://blogs.msdn.com/...

  20. PowerShell 1.0 for Windows Vista

    As you probably know, Exchange Server 2007 is the first Microsoft product to take full advantage of Windows PowerShell. Exchange 2007 includes the Exchange Management Shell, an extended version of PowerShell and every action available through the GUI is also available through the Exchange Management Shell.With the release of Windows Vista, Microsoft released also the installation packages for the new ...

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