I am a Microsoft Senior Premier Field Engineer based out of Atlanta, GA. My focus is on Exchange Server and Powershell. This blog is mainly to share interesting Powershell script samples and tidbits about Exchange. I am a Microsoft Certified Master for Exchange Server 2007.
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Hey folks. I will be delivering a session the MS AD module for PowerShell at the February meeting of AAUG (Atlanta Active Directory User Group). Its open to all. These user groups are absolutely great. I have been started to attend the PowerShell user group in Atlanta when my travel schedule permits. If you want to see yours truly in action and learn about the AD Module, come on out. Check out the info on their site:
The meeting is Feb 16, 2012 from 7-9 at the Alpharetta MS Office. There meeting will be available via live meeting for their members (anyone can join). Come on out!
I don’t love doing the whole self promotion thing, but every so often I am proud of something enough to go for it. This past Christmas eve (Dec 24th…as if you didn’t know the date) “The Scripting Guy” Ed Wilson was nice enough to allow me to write a post for the “Hey Scripting Guy” Blog. It’s a pretty simple subject, but valuable just the same. Its about configuring Windows Search to index the actual contents of your PowerShell scripts/modules.
Check it out: