Learn about Windows PowerShell
Microsoft senior support escalation engineer, Vinay Pamnani, talks about WMI Explorer 2.0.
Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to export a certificate.
Microsoft PFEs, Raimund Andree and Per Pedersen, explain how to customize your existing environment and install software to some or all machines in your lab.
Use Windows PowerShell to import a certificate.
Microsoft PFEs, Raimund Andree and Per Pedersen, talk about using Windows PowerShell to automate the deployment of a PKI environment as it would typically be deployed in a production environment.
Learn about a quick troubleshooting tip for the Get-VM cmdlet.
Learn how to easily deploy a PKI environment by using AutomatedLab.
Use Windows PowerShell to take a snapshot of a virtual machine prior to making changes.
Learn how to predefine server roles and switch the operating system to Windows 10 Technical Preview in your AutomatedLab environment.
Use Windows PowerShell to quickly create a system restore point.
Learn how to create a small lab environment by using AutomatedLab.
Easily find the syntax of a Windows PowerShell cmdlet.
Microsoft PFEs, Raimund Andree and Per Pedersen, present a multipart series about using Windows PowerShell to deploy a solution called AutomatedLab.
Use Windows PowerShell to test connectivity to remote servers without using Ping.
Windows PowerShell program manager, John Slack, talks about upgrading to Windows PowerShell 4.0.
How do I keep my servers configured correctly?
Windows PowerShell MVP, Dave Wyatt, says the number 1 reason to upgrade to Windows PowerShell 4.0 is Desired State Configuration.
Learn to find if a Windows PowerShell DSC resource is available.
Microsoft IIS MVP, Terri Donahue, talks about her path to upgrading to Windows PowerShell 4.0.
Use Windows PowerShell 4.0 Where operator to filter results.
Guest blogger and Windows PowerShell MVP, Jeff Wouters, provides several practical reasons for upgrading to Windows PowerShell 4.0.
Use Windows PowerShell to replace all characters in a string that is not part of a group.
Microsoft PowerShell MVP, Teresa Wilson (aka Scripting Wife), talks about upgrading to Windows PowerShell 4.0 because it is easier to use.
Learn how to determine the version of Windows PowerShell installed on your system.
Richard Siddaway discusses the issues around upgrading your version of Windows PowerShell.