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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 the Get-WinEvent cmdlet to return all events from all logs related to Windows PowerShell.
Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to find applications that are hanging.
Learn about using scheduled tasks and scheduled jobs in Windows PowerShell.
Use Windows PowerShell to find the start mode and startup account used by services.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using Windows PowerShell 3.0 to reset Hyper-V Resource Metering.
Guest blogger, Marc Carter, reprises his popular blog post about locating installed software.
Use Windows PowerShell to rename a newly created computer.
Use Windows PowerShell to rename a virtual machine on Hyper-V.
Read sneak previews for Charlotte PowerShell Saturday sessions.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, provides reflections about TechEd 2012 in Orlando, Florida.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using Windows PowerShell to count pictures and to display free space on his picture volume.
Use Windows PowerShell 3.0 in Windows 8 to identify the status of optional features in Windows.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using Windows PowerShell to find information about Windows 8 Modern App updates.
Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to find code-signing certificates on the local computer.
Microsoft PowerShell MVP and honorary Scripting Guy Sean Kearney continues with part 5 his five-part holiday series.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, provides a look from inside the trenches about how the 2012 Scripting Games are progressing.
Use Windows PowerShell 3.0 to get the network connection profile.
Windows PowerShell MVP, Richard Siddaway, shares another excerpt from his book PowerShell in Practice.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using the Windows PowerShell Variable: drive.
Learn how to find Windows PowerShell cmdlets that accept an array of strings for parameter input.
Use Windows PowerShell to easily create a sortable date.
Use Windows PowerShell to change output object property names.