Learn about Windows PowerShell
Advanced Event 1 of the 2012 Scripting Games asks you to review a coworker’s script.
Summary: Learn how to use Windows PowerShell to quickly find installed software on local and remote computers.
Beginner Event 1 of the 2012 Scripting Games uses Windows PowerShell to identify a working set of processes.
In Beginner Event 4, you are required to compare two folders after completing to a backup.
In Beginner Event 8, you are required to determine if a computer is a desktop computer or a laptop computer.
In Beginner Event 2, you have to find stoppable running services.
Guest blogger, Bob Stevens, talks about how to use Windows PowerShell to perform conditional user profile removal.
In Advanced Event 2, you must find information about remote and local services.
In Advanced Event 6, you are required to compute the uptime for multiple servers.
In Advanced Event 7, you are required to search all Windows logs for the most recent event.
In Beginner Event 9, you are required to search the event log for specific entries.
Beginner Event 3 of the 2012 Scripting Games requires you to create a file in a folder that may or may not exist.
Guest blogger, Bill Stewart, discusses a Windows PowerShell function to determine folder size.
Summary: Learn how to use a free Windows PowerShell module to audit and install patches on Windows systems.
Windows PowerShell 3.0 is now available for download!
Guest blogger and Microsoft MVP Niklas Goude talks about using Windows PowerShell workflow to ping computers in parallel and save time.