Learn about Windows PowerShell
Discover the power of the “double splat.”
Pass a cluster of parameter values by using an array.
Learn the easy way to use Where or ForEach in Windows PowerShell 4.0.
Use Windows PowerShell ISE code snippets to ease the burden of tricky-to-remember syntax.
Microsoft guest blogger and PFE, Ian Farr, talks about using Windows PowerShell to get account lockout and password policies.
Microsoft PowerShell MVP, Tobias Weltner, talks about Windows PowerShell and Excel interaction.
Learn how to easily copy information to the clipboard by using Windows PowerShell.
Guest blogger, Trevor Sullivan, talks about using the CIM module in Windows PowerShell .
Use Windows PowerShell to show the path to all your Windows PowerShell profiles.
Honorary Scripting Guy and guest blogger, Trevor Sullivan, explores CIM and using it with Windows PowerShell.
Learn how to find all Windows PowerShell cmdlets that accept a CIM session.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks using Windows PowerShell to enable and disable network adapters.
Guest blogger, Tim Bolton, talks about using Windows PowerShell to find old mobile devices that may cause account lockout.
Use Windows PowerShell to list computer restore points.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, provides an excerpt from his new book, Windows PowerShell Best Practices, about searching for strings.
Find all two letter aliases.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about finding all two-letter alias combinations by using Windows PowerShell.
Guest blogger, Rohn Edwards, discusses creating a Windows PowerShell proxy function to display registry key time stamps.
Use Get-Help to determine if a Windows PowerShell command exists.
The Scripting Wife reveals the top five Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog posts for 2013.
Use Windows PowerShell to rename the net adapter.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about various ways to rename network adapters by using Windows PowerShell.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about ways to use Windows PowerShell to find connected network adapters.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, shares an excerpt from his book, Windows PowerShell Best Practices that discusses scripting pitfalls.