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Use Windows PowerShell 3.0 in Windows 8 to easily get network adapter statistics.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson talks about using Windows PowerShell to find errant access control lists on files inside a folder.
Learn how to use Windows PowerShell 3.0 to identify the zone information of files in a folder.
Guest bloggers, June Blender and Justin Hall, investigate strange behavior with TimeSpan objects in the Search-ADAccount cmdlet.
Use Windows PowerShell to find which virtual machines on Hyper-V is using dynamic memory.
Windows PowerShell MVP and honorary Scripting Guy, Sean Kearney, completes his series about using Windows PowerShell to create a virtual machine.
Use Windows PowerShell to find screensaver information for a user who is currently logged-on.
Guest blogger, Matt Graeber, completes his three-part series about interacting with the Windows API.
Use an easy command in Windows PowerShell to get userdomain\username.
Guest blogger, Matt Graeber, talks more about interacting with the Windows API.
Use a .NET Framework class in Windows PowerShell to get user name and domain name information.
Guest blogger, Matt Graeber, discusses how to use Windows PowerShell to interact with Windows API functions in Part 1 of a three-part series.
Learn how to audit special privilege use with Windows PowerShell.
Guest blogger and pioneer of the PowerSploit module talks about using Windows PowerShell and regular expressions to search binary data.
Use Windows PowerShell to report on computer performance.
Guest blogger, Alan Byrne, talks about using Windows PowerShell to create Office 365 reports.
Use a cmdlet from the PSCX module to get your system uptime.
Microsoft senior technical evangelist, Keith Mayer, talks about getting started with virtual machine’s in the cloud by using Microsoft Azure and Windows PowerShell.
Use Windows PowerShell to add disks to a live virtual machine on Hyper-V.
Microsoft PowerShell MVP and honorary Scripting Guy, Sean Kearney, continues his series about creating a new virtual machine with Windows PowerShell.
Use a Windows PowerShell function in Windows 8 to return advanced properties of network adapters.
Guest blogger, Jonathan Tyler, talks about how to write to Windows event logs by using Windows PowerShell—and avoid errors in doing so.
Use a switch in Windows PowerShell 3.0 to easily find only directories.
Simplify your code and do not translate an old file and folder VBScript script into Windows PowerShell.