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  • Blog Post: Two Minute Drill: Change Print Monitors/Processors via PowerShell

    Hello folks, Pankaj here to show you an interesting way to change the Print Monitors and Processors registry keys with a single PowerShell command. This command can be a timesaver if you have hundreds of 3rd party Print Processors and Monitors on your Print Server (s). *NOTE* these commands only work...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with Windows PowerShell

    Today we're going to talk a little bit about Windows PowerShell. Before we get into Powershell though, let's look back at how PowerShell came about. Ever since MS-DOS and the earliest versions of Windows, there has been a command line tool. The problem was that not everything that could be done via the...
  • Blog Post: APP: Windows Powershell (Installation / Configuration)

    WINDOWS POWERSHELL (INSTALLATION / CONFIGURATION) Description: Windows PowerShell 1.0 on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista is available via the PowerShell 1.0 setup package. Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 include PowerShell with the Operating System. Windows Server 2008 includes...
  • Blog Post: Coming Soon ... Windows PowerShell v2.0 CTP

    This week, Microsoft will be releasing a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of Windows PowerShell v2.0.  Now - before you rush out to find, download and use the CTP, there is a very important point to remember: This release will not be for everyone .  A CTP is NOT a Beta Release.  A CTP...
  • Blog Post: APP: Windows Powershell (Basic Commands)

    WINDOWS POWERSHELL (BASIC COMMANDS) Description: Windows PowerShell is a command line shell and scripting language that helps IT professionals achieve greater control and productivity in their environment. Using an admin-focused scripting language, more than 130 standard command line tools, and...
  • Blog Post: From our PowerShell folks – Windows PowerShell Web Access

    Hello AskPerf!  Not sure if you’ve heard about this new feature with Windows 8 Server beta or not, but you can now manage your machines via Windows PowerShell in a web browser.  This means, you can use Windows PowerShell from a large variety of devices such as mobile phones, tables, and computers...