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Prepare for the Advanced category of the 2013 Scripting Games with this practice event.
Prepare for the Beginner category of the 2013 Scripting Games with this practice event.
Use Get-Help and a switch to show the latest Windows PowerShell online Help in your browser.
The 2013 Windows PowerShell Scripting Games Competitor’s Guide is posted today.
Easily find the installed version of Windows PowerShell.
Announcing the Windows PowerShell 2013 Scripting Games, which begin April 22, 2013.
Use Windows PowerShell to obtain a list of all installed Best Practice Analyzer models.
Honorary Scripting Guy, Boe Prox, talks about installing WSUS on Windows Server 2012 via Windows PowerShell.
Find the path to the temporary folder.
Guest blogger, Bob Stevens, talks about using Windows PowerShell to clean out temporary folders on desktops following a malware infection.
Find the settings for all five script execution policy scopes.
Guest blogger, Bob Stevens, shares a script to pick out comments from a Windows PowerShell script.
Use Windows PowerShell to determine the status of your DHCP server audit log.
Microsoft senior technical writer, Yuri Diogenes, and knowledge engineer, Tom Shinder, talk about using Windows PowerShell to protect a Windows Server 2012-based cloud infrastructure.
The next steps Microsoft Script Explorer are revealed.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using named arguments in Windows PowerShell functions.
Easily find all the Windows PowerShell functions.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about the best practices surrounding accepting input for a Windows PowerShell function.
Use the Get-Content cmdlet to read the content of your Windows PowerShell function.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about some best practices for using Windows PowerShell functions.
Learn how to easily find Windows PowerShell aliases for cmdlets.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, demystifies some of the confusion surrounding using Windows PowerShell aliases.
Microsoft PowerShell MVPs, Don Jones and Jeffery Hicks, talk about a fundamental tool design consideration.
Microsoft PowerShell MVPs, Don Jones and Jeffery Hicks, talk about the impact of Windows PowerShell scope when creating tools.
Microsoft PowerShell MVP, Richard Siddaway, talks about using Windows PowerShell and WMI to work with performance counters and Windows assessment.