Learn about Windows PowerShell
Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to create ACLs for Windows Azure endpoints.
Easily find disabled user accounts in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) by using Windows PowerShell.
Guest blogger, system admin Marc Carter, talks about recursively searching AD security groups with Windows PowerShell.
Use Windows PowerShell to display only hidden files and folders.
Guest blogger, Bob Stevens, revises his script for conditional user profile removal.
Quickly search a hash table in Windows PowerShell.
Use Windows PowerShell to interact with the console display.
Learn about the Windows PowerShell version of “Pause.”
Use a hash table to play musical notes in the console.
Use community-based cmdlets to list available runbooks in Orchestrator.
Learn about cmdlets developed by the community for Orchestrator.
Easily create a backup before editing in Orchestrator.
Learn about things to be aware of when working with a Windows PowerShell script in Orchestrator.
Get data from Windows Powershell in Orchestrator for debugging.
Learn how to troubleshoot a Windows PowerShell script within Orchestrator.
Publish Windows PowerShell data to the Orchestrator data bus.
Make data from a Windows PowerShell script in System Center 2012 Orchestrator accessible on the data bus.
Use Windows PowerShell to access the Orchestrator variables or published data.
Sean Kearney explains how to use a Windows PowerShell script in System Center 2012 Orchestrator to access variables and published data.
Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to run a command on a remote server.
Guest blogger, June Blender, talks about how to use Windows PowerShell implicit remoting.
Use Windows PowerShell to find services that depend on each other.
Microsoft senior technical evangelist, Keith Mayer, talks about remoting the cloud with Windows Azure and Windows PowerShell.
Learn how to control text-file encoding with Windows PowerShell.