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Summary: Learn how to use a free Windows PowerShell module to audit and install patches on Windows systems.
Learn how to simplify your Windows PowerShell Script by using parameter validation attribute.
In Beginner Event 7, you are required to display a list of all enabled logs on the computer that contain at least one entry.
In Beginner Event 5, you are required to provide the source and number of errors from the application log.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about the need to use .NET Framework classes from within Windows PowerShell code.
Quickly search a hash table in Windows PowerShell.
Guest blogger and Microsoft MVP Niklas Goude talks about using Windows PowerShell workflow to ping computers in parallel and save time.
The All Links on One Page for the 2012 Windows PowerShell Scripting Games is essential for monitoring the latest information about the games.
In Beginner Event 6, you are required to compute the uptime for the local computer.
Winners of the 2012 PowerShell Scripting Games Announced!
In Advanced Event 5, you will produce a report that lists the number of errors from all the traditional logs on a particular server.
Learn how to display all Windows PowerShell modules and cmdlet names.
Guest blogger, Jonathan Tyler, talks about how to write to Windows event logs by using Windows PowerShell—and avoid errors in doing so.
Honorary Scripting Guy, Boe Prox, talks about installing WSUS on Windows Server 2012 via Windows PowerShell.
Learn how (and why) to register for the 2012 Windows PowerShell Scripting Games.
Advanced Event 3 of the 2012 Scripting Games challenges you to create a log file that appends each time a person logs on to the network.
Summary: Guest Blogger Thiyagu teaches how to use Windows PowerShell to parse and analyze email message headers.
Summary: Learn about the Microsoft Active Directory Windows PowerShell cmdlets, and use them to find active and disabled users.
Learn how to use error handling in your Windows PowerShell scripts.