So today I have been actively learning a little bit more about Powershell and generally playing with some of the features which are not that readily obvious. I was chatting with a colleague yesterday, Paul Flaherty, and we have both been overwhelmed with the power that "Monad" will give to the Exchange Administrator.
My previous post was pretty basic and today I learnt something pretty cool. Accessing the registry through Monad.
Through MSH you can type: IPCONFIG which will tell you about your IP settings, you can run NOTEPAD which will open a Notepad, navigate up and directories using regular DOS commands. TAB Auto-Complete also works.
Here's how, and there are a couple of ways of doing so.
The other way is:
To return back to the regular [MSH] context type cd c:
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Brett touched on this a while back, and I just wanted to pad things out a bit.
So as brett mentioned,...
Originally Posted here: http://blogs.flaphead.dns2go.com/archive/2006/09/08/3548.aspx Brett touched...
I met Scotty at my Exchange 2007 TechNet session last week. Scotty is a bit keen on Powershell. I'm a