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  • Blog Post: Exchange 2007 Technet Evening Session summary

    Yesterday Ilse Van Criekinge presented the Technet Evening about "Designing, Managing and Maintaining Exchange Server 2007, beyond the basics" She tackled different topics going from the installation requirements through high availability. In this post I will summarize the most important topics: ...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 2007 Server Roles

    I am currently building my new test environment with Virtual Server 2005 R2. After installing my Exchange 2007 server with the new server roles I will go on and install System Center Operations Manager 2007 Beta 2 (see next post), I installed the Mailbox , Hub Transport and Client access roles. There...
  • Blog Post: Dev & IT Pro Days: Getting PowerShelled by Bruce Payette

    During the second day of the event we will have a PowerShell session "Think PowerShell" delivered by Bruce Payette. Bruce Payette is a founding member of the PowerShell team at Microsoft. He is a co-designer of the PowerShell language and the principal author of the language implementation. Bruce is...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell and IIS 7 Better Together

    During the keynote @ IT Forum Barcelona which I missed (damn) Jeffrey Snover (PowerShell Architect) did a demo on how to manage a website based on PHP. The video of the demo can be found onto the Channel 9 site. The key message here is that Longhorn is the platform to host your websites because it can...
  • Blog Post: Powershell Analyzer

    Are you looking for a good Powershell Text Editor, don't look further. Thanks to David I found this really good Powershell Texteditor. You can always download the latest version from http://www.powershellanalyzer.com/ . Source: CCalderon Technorati tags: Powershell , Powershell...
  • Blog Post: Technet Evening Exchange 2007 – Q&A and Powershell scripts Part I

    On Wednesday June 7th I give Technet Evening about Exchange 2007, during this 2 hour session I give a Technical overview of Exchange 2007. I will not post a wrap-up of the session because Ilse Van Criekinge already did on her Pro-Exchange user group site. Ilse created a great article which is a good...
  • Blog Post: TechNet Spotlight: TechEd IT Professionals 2008 Videos

    TechEd IT Professionals 2008- Available Videos TechEd IT Professionals 2008 Event Page: http://www.microsoft.com/emea/spotlight/event.aspx?id=104 Links to Session Videos: Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics CRM , Susan Sauls Intro to SQL Server Data Services , Soumitra Sengupta ...
  • Blog Post: Windows Powershell in action

    I am currently reading the first chapters of a Powershell book called "Windows Powershell in Action" written by Bruce Payette. There are currently Five chapters available and I am done with the first two. It's very well written with lot's of examples and a good explanation of how Powershell works...
  • Blog Post: Want to Apply another theme to OWA - try M000OWA

    I just ran against this funny OWA theme called M000OWA. You want to know how to do it, just follow the link Have fun with it
  • Blog Post: PowerShell and Group Policy Administration

    Did you know that you can use PowerShell scripting to enhance the Group Policy administration? Me neither until I read the nice article "Simplifying Group Policy Administration with Windows PowerShell" In this article you will discover how to use the GPMC API's to manage the GPO through Windows PowerShell...
  • Blog Post: Technet Evening Exchange 2007 – Q&A and Powershell scripts Part II

    Let’s continue with powershell and the next thing I showed was how to create and test a script. The script we wanted to create was a move mailbox script. Not just a move mailbox but one where we searched for the top 3 biggest mailboxes. First let me explain a little bit the mailboxstatistics command...
  • Blog Post: Powershell NetCmdlets Beta 2

    Just read on the bink.nu about some NetCmdlets which delivers great network tools for us IT Pro's. Networking Tools for IT Professionals The current package contains the following Cmdlets: [ get/send ]-email : Send HTML emails with file attachments. Retrieve email through POP or IMAP connectivity. [...
  • Blog Post: Download Windows Powershell RC2

    You might already have noticed it we released Windows Powershell RC2. Go ahead and download Powershell RC2 Some resources about Windows Powershell: /\/\o\/\/ PowerShelled Bart De Smet Powershell Team Powershell script center Vivek Sharma Lee Holmes My blog Update:...
  • Blog Post: Interesting Links

    Going through the blogs I'm reading I wanted to share the following links with you. Windows Mobile: Version 2 of Windows Live Search for Mobile was released . There are versions for Windows Mobile 2003, Windows Mobile 5 and above, J2ME, and Blackberry. Windows Vista: According to Mary Jo Foley a preview...
  • Blog Post: Powershell Documentation Pack

    In case you did not noticed we released a Powershell documentation pack. This pack contains the following information: The "Getting Started Guide" , a 32-page introduction to using the shell and the Powerscript language supported by the Windows PowerShell. A Windows PowerShell Language "Quick Reference...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell and Exchange 2007

    I am busy preparing the Belgian Technet Evening where I will give an overview of Exchange 2007 . There will be an overview of the new ESM, the new features in Outlook Web Access and last but not least I will demo the power of “PowerShell” within Exchange 2007 . So after downloading my Exchange 2007...
  • Blog Post: Powershell

    I know most of you already know that we Released To Web (RTW) Windows Powershell 1.0 for Windows XP SP2 or Windows Server 2003. Go ahead and download Powershell 1.0. On the Vista team blog Alex Heaton wrote a post about 12 cool features of Windows Powershell . Today I discovered a link on the Canadian...
  • Blog Post: Monad aka Powershell

    If you like Monad like I do then I have some resources for you. Check out Thomas Lee's blog , he likes Monad and Vista and links also to valuable resources like the video of Monad that we posted on IT's showtime guess who is doing the Video. IT's Showtime is really a great place to find information about...
  • Blog Post: Latest community Chopsticks video’s

    The Belgian community is pretty much alive and beside organizing quite a lot of events they also create chopsticks video’s. With this blogpost I wanted to share with you what community based video’s we have put online lately: UAC and the need for two user accounts? In this session Tom will illustrate...
  • Blog Post: Windows PowerShell 2.0 Community Technology Preview

    Release Highlights This is a summary list of features added for the CTP of Windows PowerShell 2.0.  More descriptions are found in the "What's New in Windows PowerShell 2.0 CTP" link below, in the Release Notes and in the “about” files that ship with the release. Compatibility...
  • Blog Post: HPC:: Windows Compute Cluster has now PowerShell support

    Last week the Compute Cluster (HPC) group released their Microsoft Compute Cluster Toolpack. ( Download Here ) The Toolpack consist out of three tools: Cluster monitoring tool to visualize the cluster utilization. MPIPingPong.exe to verify if all the nodes and network in the cluster are functional. A...
  • Blog Post: "Monad" becomes Windows Powershell

    Today during Bob Muglia his keynote at the MMS 2006 conference he announced the new name of the formerly code name "Monad" as Windows Powershell Windows Powershell will be available for download in Q4 2006, but the RC1 can be downloaded from now on: X86 Windows PowerShell latest build X64...
  • Blog Post: Longhorn:: 10 Reasons to look at Windows Longhorn Part 2: PowerShell

    PowerShell is our newest and coolest command line shell and scripting language. It is built on the .Net Framework and introduces features that enable command-line users and script writers to leverage the power of that foundation. It introduces a number of powerful new concepts, but it enables you to...
  • Blog Post: Free book Introduction into Windows Powershell

    It has been a while since I received a mail (still behind on mails) from my fellow Evangelist from Switzerland Frank Koch and I wanted to share this with you. He has written a 44pages book about Windows Powershell. If you don't have the time to absorb any other 400 - 500 pages book on PowerShell than...
  • Blog Post: Operations Manager 2007 and Powershell

    In my previous post I showed how to install Operations Manager 2007, in this post you will get a first look at powershell in Operations Manager 2007. Like in the new version of Exchange 2007, Operations Manager 2007 also makes usage of powershell. Let's start with the beginning, open the MSH console...