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Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to run Exchange Server 2010 commands remotely by using implicit remoting.
Much of the time, there is no guarantee to the order in which Windows PowerShell returns objects. This blog explains how to fix that issue.
Learn how to use the WSUS Update Scope with Windows PowerShell to get update status information for client computers.
Guest blogger, Boe Prox, shows how to use Windows PowerShell to approve or to decline updates for WSUS.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, shows how to use Windows PowerShell to select unique objects and properties from a sorted list.
Guest blogger, Boe Prox, shows how to use Windows PowerShell to install WSUS and configure clients for updates.
Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to automate basic administrative tasks on a WSUS server.
Use Windows PowerShell to discover what schema updates have been applied to your Active Directory environment.
Learn how to use the free PoshWSUS Windows PowerShell module to administer your WSUS server.
Learn how to use the computer target scope with Windows PowerShell to find WSUS client computers that are missing updates.
Learn how to use a new Exchange Server 2010 cmdlet to audit via Windows PowerShell changes made to the server.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, teaches how to use the Windows PowerShell Group-Object cmdlet to organize data.
Microsoft PFE, Seth Brandes, discusses using Windows PowerShell to troubleshoot a customer problem with Exchange Server public folders.
Microsoft PFE, Georges Maheu, opens his security assessment toolbox to discuss a Windows PowerShell script he uses to look at Windows services.
See how guest blogger, Rich Prescott, leveraged the Windows PowerShell community as he built his popular ArPosh Client System Administration tool.
Guest blogger, Boe Prox, discusses the development of the free Windows PowerShell module that he wrote to manage WSUS.
Learn which scripts submitted by the community to the Scripting Guys Script Repository rank in the top 10 for 2011.
Microsoft PFE, Bhargav Shukla, shows how to use Windows PowerShell and RBAC to control access to Exchange cmdlets.
What do scripters need to know? Check out the top ten questions posted on the Scripting Guys Forum to find out.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, teaches how to use Windows PowerShell to group and to format output.
Create a Windows PowerShell function that accepts pipelined input and creates a variable length underline that uses various characters.
Use Windows PowerShell to print output from commands without installing print drivers.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, shows how to use the Windows PowerShell Get-Random cmdlet to choose a specific number of random letters.
Guest blogger, Tim Bolton, shares a real world story that brings home the need to learn Windows PowerShell.
Maybe you missed them; maybe you just need a quick review. Here are the top 10 Scripting Guy blog posts from 2011.